At Alana Tax Group our mission is to offer our customers the most effective solution to resolve their tax problems. As a part of this mission, we also believing in offering our customers comprehensive information about what it takes to do that
That’s why we’ve added detailed informational about tax issues such as offer in compromise, wage garnishment, bank levies, tax liens, etc… that can be found in our services section. Each section is filled with videos, resources, guides, and detailed information to help you understand as much about the tax resolution process as possible.
To provide you with even greater value and time-savings, we also added links to the forms that we discuss in each section of our website. This way you don’t have to search the IRS website’s myriad of forms and links to find what you are looking for.
We’ve mentioned before that tax resolutions cases can be very complex. The procedures for resolving cases are arcane and not well publicized and there are right and wrong ways to use them. Without proper knowledge of the laws and procedures, you may lose affordable IRS compromises, payment plans, and lesser tax penalties. Not to mention, you may be eligible for resolution options that will not always be presented to you by the IRS.
As such, taxpayers who find themselves straddled with tax debt are often unaware of where to start, who to turn to, or what resolution programs to apply for. Hiring a professional tax resolution firm will give you peace of mind and allow you to sleep soundly, knowing that you are not taking unnecessary risks with your personal and financial freedom.
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- Offer in Compromise Booklet (includes forms 433-A and 433-B): IRS Form 656B
- Offer in Compromise (Doubt as to Liability application): IRS Form 656L
- Installment Agreement Request: IRS Form 9465
- Collection Information Statement for Wage Earners and Self-Employed Individuals: Form 433-A (Not OIC)
- Collection Information Statement (Short Form): Form 433F
- Claim for Reimbursement of Bank Charges Incurred Due to Erroneous Service Levy or Misplaced Payment Check: IRS Form 8546
- Request for Due Process Hearing: IRS Form 12153
- Request for Innocent Spouse Relief Form: Form 8857
- Innocent Spouse Request for Information: Form 12508
- Injured Spouse Claim and Allocation: IRS Form 8379
- To request a hearing: Form 9423 (Collection Appeals Request)
Claim for Refund and Request for Abatement: Form 843
Employer’s Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return. For federal unemployment taxes: Form 940
Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return. Reports payroll taxes quarterly: Form 941
Employer’s Annual Federal Tax Return. Reports payroll taxes annually: Form 944
U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return. For C Corporations income taxes: Form 1120
U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return for an S Corporation. You may get a tax penalty for filing an S Corporation tax return late.: Form 1120S
Collection Information Statement for Businesses: Form 433B
Installment Agreement: Form 433D
- The IRS Collection Process: IRS Publication 594
- How to Prepare an Application for a Certificate of Subordination of Federal Tax Lien: IRS Publication 784
- Innocent Spouse Relief: IRS Publication 971
- What You Should Know about the Audit Reconsideration Process: IRS Publication 3598
- Request for Release of Federal Tax Lien: IRS Publication 1450
- Collection Appeal Rights: IRS Publication 1660