It was a new day in Kevin Freeman’s life when he was called by Instant Tax Solutions (ITS) and told they had been successful in eliminating his $241,000.00 federal tax liability. Not only was Kevin not liable for the taxes, he did not have to pay the $16,931.00 accrued interest, nor the $62,400.00 assessed in penalties. In addition, the IRS sent him $10,032.23 returning his withheld tax refunds and personal payments that had been applied to his erroneous tax debt.
In 2007, when Kevin was living with his parents and sharing a room with his son, he was notified by the IRS that his 2007 tax refund of $600.00 was being applied to an outstanding 2001 assessed tax liability. This was his first notification of the 2001 tax debt.
In 2008, Kevin’s financial condition improved greatly. He had a well-paying job and was on his own. When he filed his 2008 tax return, the IRS again withheld his tax refund….this time $8,000.00….and applied it to his 2001 tax debt. In good faith, Kevin continued making monthly payments to the IRS for the 2001 tax debt even though he had informed the IRS of a probable error.
After many frustrating attempts to get the IRS to investigate what he believed was a misunderstanding, Kevin contacted a tax relief agency he had seen in a TV commercial. He paid them an initial $4,000 with a promise of an additional $3,500 to come. It became apparent after nine months with no return calls or up-date, this agency was not resolving his tax situation.
By June, 2009 the IRS had placed a lien on his home. Kevin decided to hire another tax relief agency and start over. After investigating company performance and integrity, he selected Instant Tax Solutions. With the first call, he was put at ease by ITS staff and advised what the solution would be. Kevin states “I was simply guided and helped through my tax problem until the lien was lifted off my home and all money plus interest was restored to me”.
“It doesn’t get much better than that”, Kevin claims. “Instant Tax Solutions was without a doubt my life saver in the tax situation I had with the IRS”.