FEES

FLAT FEES

If the IRS debt is assessed and no challenge needs to be made to the correctness of the principal debt, we represent clients based on a flat fee. In most cases, the flat fee can be broken up into installment payments.

 

 

EVALUATION

Initial IRS History Analysis – Free For Non-Business Related Clients

We start each case by contacting the IRS and obtaining information and documents that tell us among other things:

  • How much debt exists
  • Which years are owed
  • When the Collection Statute Expiration Date will run out
  • Whether the IRS Debt may meet date requirements for discharge in bankruptcy
  • Whether a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy” has been issued
  • Whether an Equivalent Hearing Request may still be made
  • Whether tax returns are missing
  • Which returns need to be filed
  • What was reported as income for each year where a return needs to be filed
  • Whether the IRS has filed returns for you

Initial Financial Analysis – Free For Non-Business Related Clients

If you will completely and correctly fill out a worksheet that we’ll provide, we use that information and the IRS information to determine your best legal options.

IRS PAYMENT PLAN – STREAMLINED WITH FTP ABATEMENT REQUEST 

With IRS Collections – $950.00

Pending or Active Levy/Garnishment – Add – $250.00

Collection Due Process Appeal and Hearing – Wage Earner or Retiree – $1400.00

With IRS Collections – small business owner/self employed – $1200.00

Pending or Active Levy/Garnishment – small business owner/self employed – Add – $250.00

Collection Due Process Appeal and Hearing – Small Business Owner/Self Employed – $1750.00

IRS PAYMENT PLAN – PARTIAL PAY OR MULTI-STEP

With IRS Collections – Wage Earner or Retiree – $1350.00

With IRS Collections – Small Business Owner/Self Employed – $2100.00

With IRS Revenue Officer – Wage Earner or Retiree – $2550.00

With IRS Revenue Officer – Small Business Owner/Self Employed – $3500.00

Pending or Active Levy/Garnishment – Add – $500.00

Collection Due Process Appeal and Hearing – Wage Earner or Retiree – $1900.00

Collection Due Process Appeal and Hearing – Small Business Owner/Self Employed – $2500.00

IRS NON-COLLECTIBLE STATUS

With IRS Collections – Wage Earner or Retiree – $1050.00

With IRS Collections – Small Business Owner/Self Employed – $1600.00

With IRS Revenue Officer – Wage Earner or Retiree – $2250.00

With IRS Revenue Officer – Small Business Owner/Self Employed – $3400.00

Pending or Active Levy/Garnishment – Add – $500.00

Collection Due Process Appeal and Hearing – Wage Earner or Retiree – $2500.00

Collection Due Process Appeal and Hearing – Small Business Owner/Self Employed – $3500.00

IRS OFFER IN COMPROMISE

Wage Earner or Retiree – $2150.00

Small Business Owner/Self Employed – $3500.00

Pending or Active Levy/Garnishment – Add – $500.00

Collection Due Process Appeal and Hearing – Add – $750.00

BANKRUPTCY

Phone Discussion with Attorney – $0.00

If you’re a wage earner, self employed, or retired, and have tax and other debt problems, you can speak with a local, experienced attorney who will review your situation, ask some questions, and discuss your options.

In Person Bankruptcy Appointment With Attorney- $0.00

If during the phone discussion, bankruptcy sounds like it may be the best option, than we’ll make an appointment to meet and discuss your situation in more depth. You can also make an the in-person bankruptcy appointment by visiting this calendar and making it yourself later.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Base Chapter 7 Case* below median income – Wage Earner or Retiree – $750.00 plus $335.00 filing fee OR $150.00 plus $335.00 filing fee and $150.00 per month for 6 months after petition filing.

Base Chapter 7 Case* above median income – Wage Earner or Retiree – $1200.00 plus $335.00 filing fee OR $150.00 plus $335.00 filing fee and $150.00 per month for 8 months after petition filing.

Base Chapter 7 Case* – Small Business/Self Employed – $1800.00 plus $335.00 filing fee OR $450.00 plus $335.00 filing fee and $250.00 per month for 7 months.

Other Fees – Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

IRS Debt Discharge Date Analysis Per Tax Year – $100.00

Reaffirmation Agreement – $150.00

Judicial Lien Avoidance – $450.00

Court Required Pre – File Counseling – $10.00 to $25.00

Court Required Post – File Counseling – $0.00 to $25.00

Discharge and Asset Planning – Additional Fee TBD

Litigation – Hourly

Dealing with IRS lien and IRS Collection on Lien Post Discharge – Hourly

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Base Case – $4500.00 (250.00 attorney fee files case ($500.00 if self employed) remainder paid in installments over 60 months)

Other Fees – Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Court Filing Fee – $310.00

Pre – File Counseling – $10.00 to $25.00

Post – File Counseling – $0.00 to $25.00

Litigation – Hourly

 

*Base Chapter 7 Case – Representation in a “Base” Chapter 7 includes all meeting, document preparation, issue explanation, filing, creditor noticing, 341 meeting attendance and trustee communication necessary for your chapter 7 case to reach discharge status.