What is the Forward Tax Streamline Advantage?
Our team is comprised of experienced tax preparers and licensed tax professionals who work alongside the IRS to help get you out of collections and on the best payment plan possible.
- First, our tax preparers will gather all necessary documentation and file any unfiled tax years to help get you in full legal compliance with the IRS.
- Next, our tax experts will review your case before negotiating with the IRS.
- Finally, our team will present your case to the IRS and provide you with the most attainable resolution option based on your current financial status.
What are the qualifications?
We specialize in working with clients that need assistance getting compliant and out of collections with the IRS. A qualifying candidate for our services typically has up to three years of unfiled back taxes and owes under $10,000 of federal tax liability.
How does the pricing work?
We have a set fee for each phase, plus a set charge for each year of back taxes we need to file. There will be no hidden fees. You’ll know exactly what your services will cost before moving forward.
What is your refund policy?
We have a 100% satisfaction promise - if you are not satisfied after we have completed the first phase, you will get your initial payment back.
How long does the process take?
Most cases should take no more than 4 months to complete. Some cases may require more time depending on the complexity of the case and the client's ability to provide timely information to Forward Tax.
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The Forward Tax Streamline Advantage
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