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When do I know it’s right to file an offer in compromise? 5 top reasons.Read more
What to expect when an IRS Revenue Officer comes calling to your home or business.Read more
Is there such a thing as a hardship status with the IRS?Read more
Defaulted on your IRS installment agreement? Where do you turn now?Read more
Will bankruptcy help in getting the IRS to release a levy or seizure?Read more
Howard Levy is a regular contributor to journals and newspapers regarding the IRS. With his experience and unique perspective, Howard’s articles provide information that you can use to help solve your IRS problems.
EA Journal, November/December 2014Read more
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A former IRS trial attorney, Howard Levy has over 20 years of experience representing individuals and companies facing tax controversies. His expertise includes finding solutions to IRS collection problems, with an emphasis on the use of bankruptcy. He is a partner in the Cincinnati law firm of Voorhees & Levy LLC.
You want to the get the IRS off your back, and are considering an offer in compromise. After all, at the end of each month, after you pay your bills, you have little money left...Read More
Sometimes, when negotiating with the IRS collection division, results can be based not only on the strength of your case, but also on who you talk to. Are you dealing with an IRS Revenue Officer?...Read More
You just received IRS Notice LT16, warning that your unpaid taxes have been assigned for immediate enforcement action. The letter gives you three options: (1) within 10 days, send a check to the IRS to...Read More