Almost everyone has had hard times before, and all it takes is a stroke of bad luck to put many Americans behind and in financial trouble. An unexpected illness, the loss of your job, and many other situations can cause financial hardship and lead to problems with your creditors, the IRS, and the state of Ohio. If you owe taxes to the federal government or the state of Ohio it is very unlikely that this debt will be forgiven, or that the taxing authority will simply overlook the amounts owed. There are many steps that these agencies can take to collect the taxes that you owe. You may find your wages being garnished, your bank accounts could be seized, property liens may be placed against your home and other property, and any tax refunds you are expecting may be used to pay off the taxes you owe to Ohio or the IRS. There are many other tactics that may be used as well, and in the end the taxes you owe will be collected in any way possible unless you take steps to protect yourself and get the professional help you need.
If you owe taxes to the state of Ohio or the IRS it is important that you take steps to resolve this problem. Ignoring the problem will only make it worse, and you can not bury your head in sand like an ostrich and hope the problem will disappear. You need an attorney who understands the tax laws and who can help you get your financial footing back. Unpaid taxes may be settled with an installment plan, which allows you to make installment payments and limits the interest and penalties charged. An offer in compromise may also be used to help eliminate unpaid taxes, and in this situation you may be able to settle these debts for much less than the full amount. An experienced attorney who understands the tax laws and has experience dealing with state and federal tax agencies can help you get the tax relief you need and the brighter future that you want.
When you have overwhelming debts life can quickly become a struggle, and it may seem like there is no end in sight. Help is available though, and you can help stop the debt collection and get your debts under control again. The bankruptcy attorneys at Richard West Law can help provide a free debt consolidation consultation to help you find the right answer for your unique debt problems and circumstances. We can even help you deal with unpaid taxes and other types of debt. Visit https://www.debtfreeohio.com or call (513)771-8700 or (937)748-1749 to get the answers you want, and the financial relief you are looking for.