FAQ's

 

  • Can you fix all of my tax problems?
  • How long will it take to get my IRS tax problem solved for good?
  • Am I an offer in compromise candidate?
  • Can you take away my IRS levies, liens and garnishments?
  • How much will it cost to get my tax issues taken care of?
  • I owe back taxes -will the IRS take my house?
  • Can I make an offer to pay just part of my tax debt?
  • I have'nt filed taxes in more than ten years; Will I go to jail?

Potentially yes! After your free consultation, we will let you know what options are available to you and how your specific tax resolution case should be handled for best results.

The bottom line is: everyone has to pay taxes. That being said, we will work with you and for you to negotiate the tax resolution that best serves you. Our process will give you financial freedom and the peace of mind you are looking for, and by the end you’ll finally be in good graces with the IRS and/or State.

For simpler collection matters, where you don't dispute the underlying debt but you just cannot pay it, resolution time depends on a number of factors. Some of these include: the particular plan being implemented (i.e., installment agreement, Offer in Compromise, etc.), the current IRS processing time and workload, and how far along in the procedural process the case has made it.

Once we are engaged to represent you, we get started immediately and act quickly to protect you and your livelihood. The first thing we do with any of our clients is file a Power of Attorney to represent you, then contact the IRS to request that they put a hold on your account. This would prevent them from taking any further action against you while we work your case.

Call us today to schedule your free initial consultation where we will discuss your specific tax situation and give you an accurate estimate of submission, processing, and resolution time.

This has a lot of variables involved and we can’t give you a firm yes or no without first understanding the complexity of your individual case.

Call us today to set up your free initial consultation and we will discuss all of your possible options.

Highly likely, but we’ll need your help to do it. Blackhawk Tax Solutions has years and years of experience that can help you reduce or remove your garnishments, levies or liens.

Give us a call today to schedule a free consultation and find a solution that works for you.

We are unlike most of our competitors in the fact that we charge mostly flat fees for our services. That means that you know up front what to expect and exactly what you’re getting for these services.

That being said, it is almost impossible for us to give you a quote without understanding the complexities of your unique case. That’s why we offer a FREE iniitla consultation where you can speak with a Tax Resolution Specialist, discuss you best option(s) and ask any questions you may have.

Call Blackhawk Tax Solutions today to schedule your free consultation.

It is possible, but it’s not very likely. Laws were changed back n 1998 stating that the IRS must request (through the U.S. Department of Justice) that a federal district court issue a notice of seizure of a taxpayer's primary residence. This is quite rare, and you’ll usually only hear about it with notorious taxpayers (politicians, celebrities and other newsmakers), and when the unpaid liabilities are really large amounts. However, a court order is not needed for seizure or levy of any other taxpayer assets... so don’t just wait around.

Contact us today for your free consultation.

Yes, but it is much harder than radio ads claim. The tax code is daunting and tedious, even for IRS agents and tax resolution specialists. Our team has 40+ years of successful negotiations and resolutions for our clients. Contact Blackhawk Tax Solutions today to talk about a solution that serves you.

Again, it’s possible but highly unlikely. It largely depends how you got to where you are today. If you are you a just a procrastinator or you were a victim of financial or medical issues, the odds are low. Now if you have offshore accounts on the other hand, you may be in trouble.

The best and most effective strategy is to take the hit and get your delinquent taxes prepared. Then you are in compliance, which is 100% necessary to begin resolution, and you know what you’re dealing with. The more proactive you are here, the more receptive the IRS will be to cutting you a deal.