Irvine CA IRS Fresh Start Program Tax Relief Expert Advocate Services Launched

Irvine, CA tax relief consultancy TR Advocates Irvine announced support for qualifying taxpayers under the IRS Fresh Start Program. The firm negotiates with the IRS to reduce taxpayer burdens, facilitate the withdrawal of tax liens, and the payment of taxes through systematic installments.

Irvine, United States - September 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

TR Advocates, an Irvine, CA tax relief consultancy announced its tax relief expert advocate services for the IRS Fresh Start Program. Dedicated tax relief professionals in Irvine offer tax advice and IRS negotiation services to help individuals who are unable to settle their full tax liabilities or are under an unreasonable tax burden.

More information about TR Advocates is available at

The IRS Fresh Start Program was created to support taxpayers who are unable to pay their existing tax debts, are in danger of tax liens, or have overdue tax liabilities. The program is available to qualifying individuals and small businesses, offering systematic debt settlement and lien withdrawals.

Taxpayers who have been unable to file tax returns are also eligible for the IRS Fresh Start Program. The program is based on the guidelines of existing IRS provisions including offers in compromise, lien release, instalment agreements, and penalty abatement.

More information about TR Advocates services for IRS & State tax debt is available at

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Tax Relief Advocates in Irvine helps taxpayers simplify the process of tax payback and avoid the detrimental effects of tax liens, interest on taxes, penalties, and wage garnishments. Qualifying taxpayers who owe less than $50,000 in back taxes enter into structured repayment instalments under this program.

The IRS Fresh Start Program is a collection of tax relief options that accounts for a wider range of financial liabilities and expenses including state & local taxes, student loans, and other forms of debt. Small business tax relief experts in Irvine, CA offer free consultations to help taxpayers understand if they qualify for the program and the complete range of tax relief options.

According to a spokesperson for the Irvine, CA taxpayer advocate service provider, “Facing a tax notice or tax lien that will cause financial hardship can be a disorienting experience. The IRS Fresh Start Program offers qualifying taxpayers a planned way to freedom from the burden of tax issues. We are delighted to offer in-depth advice and answer any questions about the program.”

Tax Relief Advocates Irvine – TR Advocates – is a team of professional tax attorneys and consultants serving the local community. The company holds an “A” rating with the Better Business Bureau and provides individualized tax solutions for simple and complex tax cases.

For more information about IRS debt relief in Irvine, CA, call 888-829-1007 or visit the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: George Nunez
Email: Send Email
Organization: Tax Relief Advocates Irvine
Address: 300 Spectrum Center Drive Suite 400, Irvine, CA 92618, United States
Phone: +1-888-829-1007

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88921293

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