At the Law Offices of John A. Sterbick, we occasionally meet clients whose financial circumstances have deteriorated past the point of inability to stay current on their bill payments. Sometimes, clients have assumed long term debt for assets that have depreciated below the remaining balance of the loan that the client owes the lender.
Similarly, clients may incur years of federal tax debt that the IRS will demand to be paid once the IRS becomes aware that that client has delinquent tax debt. The combination of personal and IRS debt owed is often overwhelming.Read More
The federal income tax deadline was postponed this year from April 15th to July 15th to provide relief for individuals and businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the Internal Revenue Service determined that no further delay is necessary, and Tax Day for Tax Year 2019 is …tomorrow, July 15th. Don’t panic. It is still…Read More
The usual payroll tax debt relief story begins like this: a small business owner misses a single payroll tax deposit, then another and another, until he reaches a point where he gets so anxious about how much he owes that he stops filing payroll tax returns. It isn’t because he wanted to: it’s because he didn’t know what else to do.Read More
If tax problems are weighing on you and threatening your financial security, you need tax resolution assistance from John Sterbick, an expert IRS tax attorney, right away. I’m here to provide you with a wide range of tax relief services, including help with individual IRS back taxes, business tax problems, and issues with delinquent taxpayers…Read More
There are several avenues that a taxpayer can take to stop an IRS levy, including an IRS wage garnishment. Requesting a collection due process hearing, entering into an installment agreement, filing a request for innocent spouse relief, and proposing an offer in compromise are among your options. Not all options are available to all taxpayers, however. The experts at the Law Offices of John Sterbick are very qualified to help you choose the course of action that best suits your circumstances. Before issuing a levy, the IRS will send you notices regarding the amount of tax owed, requests for payment, and a warning of the intent to levy. It is important to keep your mailing address with the IRS current so that you receive these notices. You may also receive phone calls from IRS employees warning of possible levy action. Unlike traditional creditors, the IRS does not have to go to court before it begins levying your assets and income to collect from you.Read More
Is the IRS garnishing your wages? If your wages are being garnished because you’ve failed to pay back taxes, getting tax help right away is the best way to limit the damage to your financial situation. The longer your wages are garnished, the less you can provide for your family, and the more stress you…Read More