Heemer, Klein & Company, PLLC provides a wide range of services to individuals and businesses in a variety of industries. At Heemer, Klein & Company, PLLC, we strive to meet each client's specific needs in planning for the future and achieving their goals in an ever-changing financial and regulatory environment. Our professional services include:
IRS Tax Resolution
Answers for Your Important Tax Questions
Offering IRS Tax Resolution & Filing of Back Tax Returns
Clients feeling the burden of tax liabilities, unpaid taxes, installment agreements, and unfiled tax returns isn’t uncommon for our clients. Our firm has helped a wide variety of businesses, all with unique and stressful situations. Thanks to our extensive experience, your tax anxiety may be alleviated sooner than you might imagine. We’ll listen to your specific situation, offer a professional remedy, and then put that plan into action so you can get back to concentrating on your normal business life. For over 55 years, we have helped individuals and businesses regain their financial independence from IRS tax liens, levies, and seizures.
Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you with your tax preparation needs by calling (586) 751-6060.
Innocent Spouse Relief: This is a potential solution to relieve you from the responsibility for paying tax, interest, and penalties if your spouse (or former spouse) improperly reported items or omitted items on your tax return. In order to qualify for innocent spouse relief, there are several conditions in which you need to meet. Here are a few:
- First, have a joint return filed which has an understatement of tax due to erroneous items of your spouse (or former spouse).
- Second, establish that you were unaware of an understatement of tax at the time of signing the above joint return.
- Third, you and your spouse (or former spouse) must not have fraudulently shifted any property as part of a scheme. A fraudulent scheme involves an individual deceiving the IRS, loan servicer, creditor, ex-spouse, business partner, or other third party.
Installment Agreements: If you have unsettled tax debt, we have options for you to consider. As you try to settle your tax debt, an IRS installment agreement may allow you to pay off your tax balances gradually over time. Depending on the individual, IRS installment agreements vary based upon the amount of tax, penalty, and interest owing. Our ultimate goal is to assist you in finding a long-term solution that efficiently pays off your debt over time.
Offers in Compromise (OIC): An offer in compromise is an agreement between you and the IRS that settles your tax liabilities for less than the outstanding balance. In most cases, if you’re able to pay off your outstanding tax debts through an installment agreement, or other means, you may not be qualified for an OIC. To qualify for an OIC, you must have filed all tax returns, paid your estimated tax payments for the current year, and made all required federal tax deposits for the current quarter if you are a business owner with employees.