Reduce Amounts Owed

Not sure if you qualify for a deal with the IRS?
We can help you.

The IRS does make deals on taxes owed and our team of experienced negotiators can help you understand how to best qualify for that.

How it works

Understanding How to Make a Deal with the IRS

By following certain criteria, you can make a deal with the IRS to get tax relief from back taxes owed. Explore below to learn more.


To qualify for a deal with the IRS, you must:

  • owe the IRS over $10,000
  • have very little in the way of equity in assets
  • must be using your monthly income to pay your necessary living expenses
  • not have much or only a small amount left over to pay old taxes.

Tax Relief

If you meet these requirements then you owe it to yourself to explore the possibilities of getting tax relief, including penalties and interest on the original amount owed, if you qualify.

The IRS cuts these deals to get you back in the system as a current taxpayer and to collect a few bucks on the old taxes owing. The fine print in these deals requires you to file your tax returns and pay on time for the next 5 years. If you don’t, then the IRS revokes the deal and bills you for the original amount.

How We Can Help

How Tax Hostage can help you get tax relief.

It is important to plan and structure your overall debt resolution plan carefully with a knowledgeable, experienced tax resolution specialist to get the best deal possible for your overall situation.

Tax Hostage can provide a careful review of what the IRS has recorded in your tax records. This is vital to determining which rules apply to the income taxes you wish to discharge under bankruptcy. Still, other taxes may not qualify including, payroll, sales, and some other income and property taxes depending on certain other conditions. Start working with Tax Hostage now so we can help you determine if bankruptcy is really the right choice.

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