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Hills Tax and Accounting, PC
1200 Route 22 East, Suite 2000
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Do you owe $10,000 or more to the IRS or State?
Hills Tax and Accounting’s Tax Debt Resolution Service can get this amount reduced or possibly eliminated.
Do you have prior years unfiled returns?
Hills Tax and Accounting can file these prior year returns for you.
Imagine your life with no unresolved IRS Issues.
Have you had enough of receiving letters from the IRS reminding you that you owe them money?
Let Hills Tax and Accounting work with the IRS or State to resolve this issue once and for all.
Is the IRS garnishing your wages or withdrawing money from your bank account?
Hills Tax and Accounting can make these activities stop.
Henry Brasch, CPA is qualified to represent you to the IRS or State.
Please call 908-203-4744 or send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a consultation. .
Warning: Do Not Pay another cent to the IRS until you have spoken to me.
Imagine this situation. You arrive at home after a busy day at work. After you drop the day's mail on the table, you notice a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). You don't want to open it, but when you finally do, your worst fears are realized. They are telling you that you owe them an amount that is more than $10,000. You know that if you do not act very quickly, they will freeze your assets, place a lien on your property and credit report, levy your bank account and garnish your wages. Not wanting any of these things to happen, you call Hills Tax and Accounting, PC in Bridgewater, NJ at 908-203-4744. You speak to Henry Brasch and he is ready and eager to start the process of solving your tax debt problem. If you do not have the assets to pay the debt, you may be eligible to make an Offer-in-Compromise to the IRS, in which you offer to pay an amount to settle the debt that is less than the amount you owe. If you do have the assets, but cannot pay the total amount immediately, you apply for a payment plan, in which you pay the debt over a period of time. Once the IRS is notified that you are addressing the problem all collection efforts and asset freezes are ceased. Life can go back to the way it is supposed to be as you resolve the debt.