Are you seeking Innocent Spouse Relief from the IRS? Let us help you make a request for Innocent Spouse Relief and limit your responsibilities on a former or current spouse’s tax liability.
There are a number of scenarios where someone might seek Innocent Spouse Relief. Here are a few questions that may apply to you. Do you owe taxes that were caused by the actions of your spouse? Did your spouse fail to pay his or her taxes and now your refund has been seized? Do you now owe taxes because of a spouse’s failed business?
These are all scenarios where you may qualify for IRS Innocent Spouse relief, a program designed to negate any liability for taxes owed by a former of current spouse. Although married couples agree to pay all taxes, penalties, and interest due on a joint return (even if they get divorced or reach a settlement agreement), there are certain provisions that may protect one spouse from another if he or she made significant mistakes. In addition to Innocent Spouse Relief, Separation of Liability and Equitable Relief may also be options.
There is only way to know for sure though, and that is by contacting Polston Tax Resolution and Accounting today to learn more about Innocent Spouse Relief. We will provide information on how you may qualify and what you could be expect during the IRS’s investigation of whether or not you qualify for relief from liability. Contact us today at 844-841-9857 to schedule a free consultation or fill out our contact form.