Are you a daredevil?

Are you a daredevil?

 

How daring are you?

 

I know you were thinking about your tax problem lately, so I gotta ask you something because the success of any IRS help efforts depends on your answer.

 

Are you man enough to face the reality of your tax problem?

 

Ambrose Redmoon once said: "Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the

judgment that something else is more important than fear."

 

I don’t have a single client that wasn’t scared to death when they came to see me.

 

This is no coincidence.  Our whole tax system is based on fear, to an extent.  The government wants you to fear the consequences of not paying your taxes on time.  That is why they go out of their way to make a public spectacle of tax evaders, like Wesley Snipes.

 

So, it is time to man up, stop procrastinating and get your head out of the sand.

 

The IRS is painstakingly slow on just about everything.  However, that doesn’t mean that you have gotten away with it, even if you haven’t heard anything in years from them!  The prevailing attitude at the IRS is that they “always get their man.”  Don’t be fooled, they usually do.  When pay day finally comes, they will expect to be paid in full, with penalties and interest added in.

 

And they are fully prepared and willing to use every collection method in the book to get their money once they've figured out that you owe them, including:

 

- Liens

- Seizure of bank accounts

- Wage Garnishment

- Seizure (and auctioning off) personal property

- Jail

 

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"·...something else is more important than fear."

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When you have the courage to stand up and face your problem, you have made the judgment that something else is more important than fear, like:

 

- Living a normal life where you are able to breathe easy, sleep at night, and not spend it looking over your shoulder wondering when the IRS is going to "jump out of the bushes"

 

- Knowing that you have the freedom to pursue your personal dreams & goals without looking over your shoulder. You may be able to have your very own bank account and have your name on the title to your house!  It is possible, do you remember those days?

 

- Keeping your marriage together without the burden of wondering if "today's going to be the day" when the IRS finally catches up to you and throws a major wrench into your relationship.

 

- Saving for the kid's college, retirement, and other long-term goals without the worry that the IRS is going to come in and take it all out from under you.

 

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It Won't Be Pleasant - But You Already Know How Unpleasant It Is Living In Fear of The Unknown.  Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes!

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I'm not going to hand you rose colored glasses and boast that facing up to your IRS problem and working out a solution is going to be pleasant.

 

**But what other choice do you have??????????**

 

If you choose the right decision to take action, things may get worse before they get better.

 

Depending on your situation, chances are you're still going to end up having to pay something, even if that something is just a fraction of what you owe.

 

You may be declared non-collectible (for now), and have your situation reviewed at a later date. However, at a later date, you may have to start paying the tax.  

 

Bankruptcy may be an option for you, but I think we all know that bankruptcy certainly has its share of downsides.

 

However - even though all of these options may cause some "discomfort" or "stress", I think you'll agree that it pales in comparison with:

 

-     Being reduced to an unlivable wage since the IRS has garnished your salary, forcing you to have to change jobs

Or keep running.

-     Not being able to pay your bills because the IRS has seized your bank account

-     Not being able to sell your house or get any form of credit since there's a lien on your property

-     Watching your belongings being sold off at auction just to pay your tax bill

 

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Working Through an Attorney Will Improve Your Options and Likely, Your Chances of Success

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Working with a qualified tax attorney will increase the chance that you'll be able to arrange a payment plan with the IRS that favors you and your lifestyle. Plus, there's a good chance that once I take over your case, you'll never even have to talk to the IRS.

 

"Going it alone" against the IRS will leave you in the hands of very crafty tax collectors who have one objective - to get as much money out of you as possible in the shortest time possible. Don't risk it.

For your free, no-strings-attached consultation, call Travis Watkins at 1-800-721-7054 today, 24 hours a day. Regardless if you choose to hire me as your attorney or not, just taking that first step may be one of the most important decisions you'll ever make.

 

Travis Watkins
Senior Tax Attorney
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