‘Fresh Start’ Tax Relief Program

What Is The ‘Fresh Start’ Program?

The Fresh Start initiative makes it easier for individuals and business taxpayers
to pay back taxes, avoid IRS tax liens, and get tax relief from the IRS.

Proven 6 Step Process

Step 1: Contact Us

Contact us by phone or email and one of our tax settlement agents will call you to get information about your particular tax status and needs for solutions.

Step 2: Free Consultation

During tax consultation we’ll answer any questions you may have about the IRS or State collection process. With information about your particular situation, we’ll analyze your case to determine the best course of action to take in solving these problems.

Step 3: Detail Analysis

As soon as we have collected from you all the details, one of our expert tax attorneys will begin work on your tax case, submit power of attorney, stop collection proceedings, and order your master tax file.

Step 4: Document Preparation

We have specific methods filing information to the IRS in compliance with their policies, making the process faster and smoother. We review each document and figure out how to save you as much money as possible.

Step 5: Negotiation

Our experts will talk to the IRS agents directly on your behalf. They will enter into a tough-minded negotiation with the IRS, or a State Tax Authority, with the goal to come to an agreement that will lower your payments and protect your assets.

Step 6: Resolution

Your tax settlement will be based on a mutual agreement with the Tax Authority. You’ll no longer be subject to existing late fees and other penalties. Your outstanding tax debt will be retired, and you’ll be obligated for less than the original amount owed.



Negotiating a Settlement for Your Unpaid IRS or State Taxes


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At Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory we use our experience, expertise, and planning to aggressively negotiate on behalf of taxpayers until a settlement is reached that is sensible and affordable for our clients. We take pride in our honesty, integrity, and the hard work it takes to successfully resolve a tax problem.

Now, more than ever, it is becoming increasingly difficult for taxpayers to find competent and trustworthy tax resolution specialists. We are authorized to practice before the IRS and other taxing authorities in all 50 states. Let us begin to show you the difference in Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory by offering a

free tax relief consultation. Call us today to take the first step towards resolving your tax problems.


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'Fresh Start' Tax Debt Relief FAQs

Tax Resolution covers tax matters such as: Income Tax Debt Relief, Tax Liens, Tax Levies, Offer in Compromise, IRS Installment Agreements, Tax Penalty Abatement, Wage Garnishment Releases, IRS Audits, IRS Audit Representation, Sales Tax Audits, Payroll Tax Audits, Negotiations and State Tax matters. When you owe money to the IRS or the State and your current financial situation makes it difficult for you to pay your Back or Current Taxes, you will find it most advantageous to work with our Tax Resolution Attorney or Enrolled Agent (who is directly certified by the IRS to represent tax payers)

The IRS is the largest collection agency that wields power of the U.S. If you have a problem with the IRS it can feel like a David vs Goliath situation. Having our team of Tax Resolution Attorneys or Enrolled Agents who are directly certified by the IRS to represent tax payers working with you will strengthen your position.

No, 80% of the tax resolutions we achieve for our clients, has been processed through email, phone, and fax communications. Most clients are located all over the United States. Our team of Tax Resolution Attorneys or Enrolled Agents (who are directly certified by the IRS to represent tax payers) communicates with various departments of the IRS which is done electronically or by phone and fax.

No. Most clients are relieved not to have to deal directly with the tax authorities, while having the letters and calls cease. When you retain our tax resolution team, you can get back to the business of life — knowing we are working on the best possible tax resolution for your situation.

Tax Professionals who specialize in this area of expertise can generally obtain a discount. Your financial situation will determine what our Tax Professionals can achieve. So contact us to take advantage of our free consultation to assess your current situation.

Yes! We can contact the IRS on your behalf to obtain your tax information on file for the years you did not file your income tax returns. We will need you to provide us with your income and expense information to the best of your knowledge, then we can prepare the missing tax returns. We will review them with you and file them with the IRS, to bring you current and in compliance.

In your initial consultation we will get a good overview of your unique circumstances, so that our Tax Professionals can then assist you in finding the best tax resolution for your situation. Example: If you qualify for an Offer in Compromise – (which means that we can make “an offer to the IRS” that is typically significantly less than what you owe)

Your CPA and Attorney probably do a great job at handling your taxes and other legal matters in general. However, our Tax Firm specializes in helping clients find the best possible tax resolution for your current financial situation..

Examples of Our Successful Work

Hi Deqi,

I wanted you to know that we received a letter today from the Indiana Department of Revenue stating that they have accepted the OIC. We are so happy they have agreed to it without requiring a down payment.

The agreement is that we will pay $300.00 a month from 1/2016 to 6/2016 and beginning 7/2016 $800.00 a month.

Thank you SO much for all your work on our behalf. We couldn’t have done this without your help!

I would love to tell your boss how pleased we are with your work, could you give me his/her email address?:) Thank you! Lisa B.



Our purpose in posting the above email received from a client who is happy with the service she has received from us, is intended to show what our services can do for our clients.

She owed the State $119,243.01 and every day $5.54 was accruing as interest. Her bank account was levied. We collected documents from her and helped prepare a hardship claim and we were successful in having the bank levy removed. We were further able to have our (Offer in Compromise) request approved by the State.

Under the OIC program, the client’s balance of $67,150.24 was reduced by $52,092.77 to $15,057.47 with no accruing interest. She will have 7 years to pay off the $15,057.47, with a payment arrangement that the client is comfortable with!

The client has agreed to post positive reviews on our BBB site and Yelp account.


Case Background

Gerd K. owes the IRS $23,658.19 in total for 2001-2003, and the CSED will run out in another 11-12 months (tax returns for these 3 years were filed on 8/16/2006).

So if required to pay under the installment agreement of 11-12 months, the monthly payment will be around $2,010, an amount that the client can’t afford.

About CSED

CSED represents the last date the IRS can collect back taxes from the client. When the CSED is approaching, the IRS may possibly take more robust than normal actions, to collect as much as possible from the concerned taxpayers before the CSED expire, after which they will lose the legal right to do so.

CSED may stop running on some occasions, for example, when the Offer in Compromise is being reviewed by the IRS. When CSED stops running, the IRS will have an extension of time to collect back taxes from the taxpayers. Sometime the IRS may get an extension of CSED by other means, for example, when the IRS allows a collectible client more time to pay off back taxes. Both of the situations are disadvantageous for the taxpayers.

Our strategy and approach:

Based on the analysis of the client’s financial status, we tried to help the client take advantage of the CSED by establishing economic hardship, aiming at the client paying nothing.


We helped the client establish his economic hardship, so the IRS can not take aggressive collection actions, such as bank levy or wage garnishment. Also we helped the client apply for a CNC (Currently Non Collectible) status.

The best thing about being in a CNC status is the CSED will not stop running when the taxpayer is in a CNC status. Which means that within a year under the CNS status, the CSED for Gerd K. will expire, and no other extension of the CSED can be granted by the IRS. As a result, Gerd K. will be completely free of the back taxes of $23,658.19.

In this case, taking advantage of CSED by establishing economic hardship and applying for CNC status, is a much better solution than Offer in Compromise or Installment Agreement.


The IRS did not take further collection actions and they approved the CNC status. The client got the IRS letter confirming the CNC status, and he is safe now and will be completely free of the back taxes of $23,658.19 in a year.


Every case is different due to specific details, the success of Gerd’s case is not a guarantee of success in every case. But, this precedent should be encouraging!

We have received a thank you email from a client, for whom we have helped obtain a favorable IRS Installment Agreement despite substantial equity.

The value of this Installment Agreement is to allow them enough time to wait for the opportunity to sell or borrow against their second house, absent any threats of foreclosure by the IRS.

Case Background

Our clients are Civil Attorneys, they owed close to $100,000.00 to the IRS because their business had some difficulties.

With high net equity on their homes, their current home is worth $327,187.00 with an equity of $69,723.00. They also own a second house with an equity of $513,182. In addition, the client also inherited a trust which owns a vacation house and thousands of dollars in the bank.

The client’s concern was whether the IRS will agree to any offer, given the assets and equity they possess. The IRS would have been within its rights to foreclose on any of their properties.

What may happen to high net equity clients

To collect back tax debt, the IRS can levy bank accounts, garnish wages, pensions and social security payments. They also have the power to foreclose on real estate properties. The IRS might not be able to foreclose on primary homes, however, in cases where there are multiple properties, the IRS can go after those.

Foreclosure is usually the last resort for the IRS. The IRS will most likely petition a tax payer with a high net equity to borrow against their equities. If there is the possibility of borrowing, the IRS would most likely deny any low monthly payment Installment Agreement request.

How we helped this client:

We gathered all information about their income and expenses, to establish a low or negative net income for the clients.

We carefully examine client’s equity in multiple assets.

We discussed with the client on the installment agreement and came up with a proposed payment of $400 a month to the IRS.

We got all the above examined, discussed and documented.

After we presented the information to the IRS, the IRS had us to wait for 2 weeks when they did internal processing. And after 2 weeks, the client got a letter yesterday which confirmed the IRS agrees the client to pay $400 a month starting from this March 28.


There are cases in which we may not be able to obtain an OIC (offer-in-compromise) on behalf of our client, mainly due to the client’s own ineligibility. However, a well-designed installment agreement can also help a client satisfy the IRS thereby mitigating any financial hardship they might have been subjected to. Our job is to build and establish a solid case from which we can negotiate a favorable settlement on behalf of our clients.

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Clients Are Saying:

Don’t just take it from us, let our customers do the talking!

Mr. Horton was the first person I spoke to when I was seeking tax help. He was very polite and professional when speaking to me about my tax dilemma and assured me he would do everything possible to help me with my tax issue. He gave me a sense of optimism. Mr. Deqi Chen was very professional and patient when it came to me submitting forms and always touched base with me in a timely manner.

Tony A.


Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory assigned an attorney to my case who was extremely knowledgeable, dependable and effective. He was able to quickly resolve my issues, advocating on my behalf and delivering the most desirable outcome. He is the best Tax Attorney in San Diego!

Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory Tax Attorney assigned to my case demonstrated a fantastic attention to detail, and has remained personable throughout the process. He has helped my company, Walker Media & Entertainment, as well as assisted with the legal work for The San Diego Entertainment, & Arts Guild, enabling us to attain our 501(c)3 status as a non-profit organization. I highly recommend Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory, for their service and professionalism.

Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory assisted me with the entire tax return preparation process in my first year as a partner with Ernst & Young. I enjoyed working with them and appreciated their insight and guidance throughout the complex process. They took time after filing my returns to offer advice on next year’s filings and general personal tax planning strategies.

Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory exhibits excellent results based on high values, excellent follow through, and being experts in the tax field. they do exactly what they said they would by using their professionalism, acumen and savvy. I would hire them again as I am very pleased with the results.

Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory are experts when it comes to dealing with tax issues. They have a very professional approach to their clients’ requests. I highly recommend them.

Tax Advisory Group aka Tax Law Advisory provides a balance of strong legal knowledge, personal integrity and level-headed decision making to provide excellent legal guidance.

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Law Advisory, LLC is headquartered in San Diego, California. Our ‘Fresh Start’ tax adviser teams service all 50 states and cover the entire gamut of situations that arise when taxes are owed to the IRS, State Tax Boards, and other Business Tax Government Agencies.

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