October 23, 2016


If out of control consumer debt is a problem, unpaid tax debt can be dangerous.  Both the IRS and Georgia Department of Revenue have collection and enforcement powers that include wage levy, asset seizure and even imprisonment.

The good news is that in recent years, both the IRS and Georgia D.O.R. have put into place programs that can allow you to get back into compliance with  your tax obligations.  Often this includes reductions in your liability and penalty abatement.

Wherever you are in the process and whether or not the taxing authorities have contacted you, our office can help.  We will speak on your behalf with the IRS or Georgia D.O.R. and we can show you options that may be available in your particular case.

With huge deficits on both the federal and state level, the taxing authorities are redoubling their efforts to find taxpayers who owe money.  And IRS computers are better and faster at finding you.   At the same time, the government would rather see you get back in compliance and paying taxes going forward.  Thus, there is room for negotiation.

Tax Problem Resolution Part of Ginsberg Law’s Debt Settlement Practice Group

If you are like many of our clients, you have more than one type of debt.  Your tax debt may be the most pressing problem but you may also owe credit card companies, mortgage lenders, vehicle finance lenders, or student loans (either federal, private or both).

At Ginsberg Law we approach debt settlement holistically, meaning that you cannot look at different types of debt in a vacuum.  Today’s financial world can get very complicated very quickly and we can help untangle the knots.

Let us help you evaluate your options.

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Jonathan Ginsberg

Attorney at Ginsberg Law Offices
Attorney Jonathan Ginsberg helps taxpayers work out negotiated settlements of tax debt with the IRS and Georgia Department of Revenue.

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