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Our free online system guides you every step of the way. Wiztax was developed by Tax Lawyers and former IRS Collection Officers with decades of experience.
Wiztax prepares your IRS Forms and gives you simple filing instructions. A Wiztax Expert will also do a Ready to File™ review with you. That’s it! You’re ready to be worry-free.
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“A local law firm wanted to charge me $6,000 for my offer in compromise. I couldn’t afford it. I found Wiztax and went through their online system. I submitted to the IRS and saved almost 90%!”
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I signed up for three payments of $199 to solve my tax issues with Wiztax. I even filed with the IRS after the first payment. Others quoted me thousands of dollars…I’m lucky I found Wiztax!
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No Need To Hire Lawyers or Tax Resolution Firms. No Need to Spend Thousands.
[It’s] not a test of negotiating skills. People who hold this incorrect assumption think they can just lowball the government…perhaps walk away from the table once or twice, and come out with a great offer amount. In reality, getting an offer in compromise is a matter of simple math.
It’s an enticing pitch: A tax-debt relief company says its “skilled” agents…can make a deal with the IRS so that you pay less than what you owe. But it’s hype.
When a taxpayer calls a tax resolution firm, the firm promises what he must to induce the taxpayer to pay the firm’s retainer—$5,000 or more. Once the retainer is paid, the firm generally consumes the retainer as quickly as possible, doing nothing to help the taxpayer.
You don’t need a lawyer or tax resolution firm to solve back-tax issues. It’s not a negotiation. The IRS’s collection process ensures uniformity for all taxpayers.
There’s a formula that determines how much you can theoretically afford to pay….Here’s the good news: you don’t have to pay someone else $5,000-$10,000 to file an Offer in Compromise. You absolutely can do this yourself.
If you do owe money…don’t automatically hire a tax attorney. In many cases, you can handle this on your own.