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Los Angeles Hardship Relief Lawyer

Knowledgeable Tax Lawyer Robert S. Schriebman

There are many situations where people, through circumstances outside of their control, find themselves unable to pay their tax debt. The IRS and state taxing authorities will continue to attempt to collect that debt unless you take action. It can be a challenge to communicate your situation to appropriate authorities and get the relief you need.

At Robert S. Schriebman, A Professional Law Corporation, we strive to make the taxation process fair. When you are suffering a hardship, whether it is economic, mental or physical, and cannot pay your tax debt, we can help you get control of the situation. We can stand up to the IRS and get you the result you deserve.

From our offices in Los Angeles, hardship relief attorney Robert S. Schriebman has helped clients throughout California and across the nation. Call us at 877-824-1563 or contact us online to schedule an appointment to discuss your case.

A Difficult ProcessWhat to do When You Can not Pay your Taxes

Proving hardship and having your account given currently not collectible status is not easy. You must demonstrate to the IRS that it is impossible for you to pay the debt you owe. The IRS requires more than a showing that you have no money. You must present proper evidence regarding your expenses and the hardship you are claiming. The process can be highly personal and confusing. You need someone who can stand up to the IRS and fight for you in the right way to convince the IRS to grant you the proper relief.

If you qualify for a hardship, there are many ways in which you can improve your situation based on your new tax treatment. We can help you understand your options and make sure you receive the full protection your situation warrants.

If you are unable to pay your tax debt due to a hardship, contact Robert S. Schriebman, A Professional Law Corporation. Call 877-824-1563 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.

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680. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – THE IRS STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR COLLECTION – WHEN IS IT OVER?

686. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – DEDUCTING A CASUALTY LOSS ON A BAD INVESTMENT – THE ETESSAM CASE

679. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – MAY A SHAREHOLDER DEDUCT PAYMENTS MADE ON BEHALF OF A CORPORATE TAXPAYER?

677. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – DOES A CANCELLED STUDENT LOAN GENERATE TAXABLE INCOME? ARE THERE EXCEPTIONS?

669. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – IS THE FTB’S “ME TOO” ASSESSMENT AN EXAMPLE OF GOVERNMENT THEFT?

644. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – LOSING THE ABILITY TO ITEMIZE YOUR DEDUCTIONS – THE SALTER CASE

643. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – THE DUTIES IMPOSED ON THE SETTLEMENT OFFICER IN A CDP PROCEEDING – THE MIDDLETON CASE

642. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – HOW MUCH TAXES DO YOU REALLY HAVE TO PAY?

640. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE FTB’S “ME TOO” ASSESSMENT – PART 2

639. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE FTB’S “ME TOO” ASSESSMENT – PART 1

623. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – A FRIVOLOUS CLAIM FOR REFUND LEADS TO A HUGE FTB PENALTY

622. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – A WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN

621. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – THE OTA DENIES A REQUEST FOR ABATEMENT OF LATE PAYMENT PENALTY

594. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – WHAT IS “CURRENTLY NON-COLLECTIBLE STATUS?” HOW DO YOU GET IT?

590. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – INTEREST ABATEMENT IN SALE TAX AUDITS

589. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – TRAPS FOR THE UNWARY WHEN PURCHASING CORPORATE STOCK

583. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – THE OFFICE OF TAX APPEALS (OTA) RULES THAT FAULTY TAX SOFTWARE IS NOT PROFESSIONAL TAX ADVICE – THE PENALTIES STICK

581. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – TAX PROFESSIONALS -BE AWARE OF PANDEMIC-RELATED EMAIL SCHEMES

570. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – DOING BUSINESS IN CALIFORNIA – WHAT DOES “COMMERCIALLY DOMICILED” MEAN?

548. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – DID YOU RECEIVE A BOGUS 1099G FOR BENEFITS YOU NEVER RECEIVED? – HERE’S WHAT TO DO

545. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – DOES THE FTB HAVE A FIRST-TIME PENALTY ABATEMENT PROGRAM?

538. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – THE FRANCHISE TAX BOARD SETTLEMENT PROGRAM – PART 2

537. ASK THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT TAX AND PAYROLL TAX ATTORNEY – THE FRANCHISE TAX BOARD SETTLEMENT PROGRAM – PART 1