IRS TAX ATTORNEYS FOR IRS DEBT HELP

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Our trusted San Diego tax attorneys can provide you with personal attention and expert analysis by developing a tax strategy to resolve your tax debt. For instance, if you qualify for the IRS Offer in Compromise program, you can settle your IRS tax debt for significantly less than what you owe. If your income is too high and you do not qualify to settle your debt under this program, you may qualify for the Tax Management Program where your debt is negotiated into an affordable payment plan based on your ability to pay.
The tax attorneys at Delia Law are experienced in analyzing IRS tax problems and offering sound advice. We fully and aggressively represent our client’s interests against the IRS until a resolution is met. If you are seeking IRS tax relief, contact a tax attorney in San Diego at Delia Law for a no cost consultation. You can do so by completing this form or by calling (619) 639-3336. You may also visit us in our San Diego offices at 12707 High Bluff Drive, Suite 200.
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