Victory Tax Lawyers
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Where does Victory Tax Lawyers do business?
Victory Tax Lawyers is a tax relief company based in Los Angeles, CA. The company was founded in 2017 and offers tax relief services to individuals and businesses in 50 states (and Washington, DC).
How much does Victory Tax Lawyers charge for its tax relief services?
Fees vary depending on the size and complexity of each case. According to Victory Tax Lawyers, the average customer will pay $5,250 in fees.However, Victory Tax Lawyers does offer flexible payments so you don't have to pay their fees as a lump sum. Victory Tax Lawyers does not offer a money back guarantee.
|Money Back Guarantee?||No|
What is the minimum tax debt Victory Tax Lawyers will consider?
Victory Tax Lawyers will only consider customers with at least $20,000 in tax debt. Taxpayers with less than $20,000 in tax debt may benefit from a debt consolidation loan or credit counseling services.
What kind of tax cases can Victory Tax Lawyers handle?
Victory Tax Lawyers provides assistance to taxpayers for a wide selection of tax issues. These include:
- Currently not Collectible Cases
- Installment Agreement Cases
- Asset Seizure / Tax Levy
- Bank Account Levy
- Can't Afford To Pay Tax Debt
- Disagree With Amount Owed
- Offshore Banking Tax Penalty Relief
- Revenue Officer Calling
- Tax Lien
- Tax Audit
- Unfiled Return
- Wage Garnishment
What type of customers does Victory Tax Lawyers consider?
Victory Tax Lawyers deals with personal AND business tax relief cases. Some tax attorneys specialize in one or the other. Victory Tax Lawyers business tax resolution services are best suited for businesses with at least $20,000 of revenue.
What type of Currently Not Collectible cases does Victory Tax Lawyers consider?
Currently not collectible (or CNC), means the IRS has determined you don't have the assets or the income to repay your tax debt. In such cases, the IRS stops the collection process until your financial situation improves. Some tax relief companies will either not accept cases with CNC status or have a policy to only take cases that fall within a maximum term before the CNC status expiration.
Victory Tax Lawyers will consider currently not collectible cases. Note that Victory Tax Lawyers will consider all CNC cases regardless of their expiration date.
What type of Installment Agreement Cases does Victory Tax Lawyers consider?
If a taxpayer already has an affordable installment agreement with the IRS, there may not be much a tax relief company can do to help. Which is why some tax relief companies will not take on these cases.
Victory Tax Lawyers will consider installment agreement cases.However, they will only consider these cases when the taxpayer is at risk of defaulting on the installment agreement.
Does Victory Tax Lawyers have the staff to provide in-house services?
Yes, Victory Tax Lawyers employs its own tax relief specialists.
|CPAs on Staff?||No|
|Enrolled Agents on Staff?||No|
|Tax Attorneys on Staff?||Yes|
Does Victory Tax Lawyers have tax attorneys on staff?
Yes, Victory Tax Lawyers has tax attorneys on staff. Tax relief companies that employ tax attorneys offer an important advantage. Tax lawyers are highly specialized professionals who typically need a Juris Doctor degree, advanced training in taxation law, and pass a state bar exam. Read this article for more details on when you should consider hiring a tax attorney.
Does Victory Tax Lawyers have enrolled agents on staff?No, Victory Tax Lawyers does not have enrolled agents on staff.
Does Victory Tax Lawyers have Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) on staff?No, Victory Tax Lawyers does not have CPAs on staff.
What are the pros and cons of Victory Tax Lawyers?
- Washington, DC
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia