ARE YOU READY TO GET THE IRS BEHIND YOU?
The bad news, you already know. The IRS keeps adding penalties and interest to your debt. Making it feel like it’s impossible to get out from under it. The good news is, it is possible to put the IRS behind you. But you’re hesitant because you don’t know where to turn. You don’t want to deal with the big companies that keep calling you and you can’t find an Altoona tax attorney who has experience dealing with the IRS. We represent tax payers with Federal tax liens every day. At the law office of Len Stauffenger we negotiate with the IRS on behalf of our clients every day.
If the IRS is about to garnish your bank account or levy your wages, we deal with those problems every week.
YOU’RE NOT ALONE.
My name is Len Stauffenger and I know the IRS weighs on your mind because I have represented hundreds of taxpayers that are in your shoes. You want to get the problem behind you but you don’t know how. You’ve heard things, you’ve read things, but you still don’t know how to proceed. You’ve heard about settling claims for “pennies on the dollar” but you don’t trust it. You don’t trust that you’re being told the truth.
THERE ARE SOLUTIONS TO YOUR PROBLEM.
Dealing with the IRS is not easy but there are solutions to your problem. The trick is there aren’t many people who know what those solutions are and even fewer who really understand how to work them. There is no one at the IRS who will sit down with you and explain a way out of this mess. They may not even know all of the options because they have very specific roles. Revenue Officers have the job of simply collecting money. You need someone to tell you what all of the options are and which ones will work for you or which ones might work for you. You need to know the advantages and disadvantages of each option.
STOP LIVING WITH FEAR OF THE IRS.
Call me at (888) 582-4989. We can meet in person or we can meet over the phone, the choice is yours. The important thing is that you feel comfortable with whoever you chose to represent you against the IRS. There is no obligation. Why not call and get some answers.