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The Georgia state motto “Wisdom, Justice, Moderation” fits right in with the way M&M Financial conducts its business. As Enrolled Agents, we continue to build on our tax resolution expertise with a mandatory minimum of thirty continuing education credits per year. We always fight for our client’s rights and just solutions to their tax problems. And, we believe in charging fair, moderate, flat fees for our service.
M&M Financial resolves tax debts for our clients nationwide. If you or someone you know has a tax debt and needs help, contact M&M Financial. We’ll provide you with an honest, upfront option to resolve your tax liability.
“Thanks for everything you’ve done and are doing. You and [M&M] have released this monkey on my back.”
In August 2013 a struggling sole proprietor from Greensboro, GA hired M&M to resolve her tax debt. During her M&M welcome call, we learned that she had an expired IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy notice. This meant that the IRS could levy her bank accounts and accounts receivable at any time.
Now for those of you that have talked with a lot of other tax resolution firms, you may have heard the buzz word “Appeal” or buzz phrase “Automatic Stay of Collection”. They say it because it sounds so attractive to a struggling taxpayer that is afraid of IRS collection tactics. Some of M&M’s competitors choose to Appeal everything. In my opinion, tax resolution firms go to IRS Appeals every chance they get for two reasons. 1) They want more money out of their clients. Hourly rates equal more money for more work, even if it’s unnecessary. 2) They have no idea what they are doing. Many tax resolution firms out there are new and/or hire green tax professionals. Continue reading →
Want to know if you qualify for an Offer in Compromise to settle your back tax debt? Contact the Tax Resolution Experts at M&M Financial to find out.
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The Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a State and Federal tax debt resolution program that allows delinquent taxpayers to settle their tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. Though not every state allows for OICs, those that do may approve your OIC if you either don’t have the ability to pay your total tax debt within your state’s Collection Statute.
A Georgia business owner with 2 back tax liabilities from a defunct Limited Liability Company (LLC) came to M&M in need of help. Though he had become frustrated by the complicated and time-consuming nature of completing his OIC paperwork, the Offer Specialists at M&M know the process inside and out. With our client feeding us all requested documents in a timely manner, we were able to combine both liabilities into one OIC, which was approved in just 3 months by the Georgia Department of Revenue!
Are you or your business in need of an OIC? Then now is the time for M&M’s expert guidance. Call us today. We can help.
M&M Financial helps struggling taxpayers nationwide resolve IRS and State tax debts, including Georgia Department of Revenue liabilities. Call (866) 487-5624 to discuss your tax debt with an expert.
If you owe the Georgia Department of Revenue, the following information may be of use to you.
• Georgia DOR does have a formal Offer in Compromise program to resolve back tax debt.
• GA-DOR may require a down payment with an Installment Agreements request. A typical Installment Agreement is 6-12 months, in some cases extending to 18 – 36 months.
• All tax must be paid before the GA-DOR will consider the removal of penalties.
M&M Financial assists both businesses and individuals resolve their tax debts with both the IRS and State taxing authorities, including the Georgia DOR. Take a look at some of M&M’s Georgia client case examples near you.