Tax Relief Strategies that Guide You to What Matters Most:
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Tax Relief for Individuals and Business Owners
What is Tax Relief?
Tax Relief is a laymen's term for a group of payment or debt reduction options provided to individual and business taxpayers by the tax code. The settlement and debt handling options are designed to help taxpayers, who have gotten behind on their taxes, to pay off their debt in a way that doesn’t add additional financial hardship.
One of the most significant breaks are found with the Offer in Compromise, sometimes referred to as "settling for pennies on the dollar". However, there are also alternative programs that will reduce your payments to a low monthly installment or even no monthly installment for qualifying taxpayers.
If you owe the IRS, you might be wondering how you will be able to pay your taxes in full without accumulating more and more interest and penalties.
We provide tax relief from aggressive enforcement actions taken by the IRS, including:
Collection Agency Harassment
We can guide you through complex tax law and help you understand the options available for you.
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Filing Delinquent Tax Returns to Become Compliant
In order to qualify for any tax relief programs including Offer in Compromise, Installment Agreement, or Currently Non-Collectible (CNC) status; you must be compliant with your tax responsibilities.
Compliance begins with filing your taxes.
Even if you haven’t filed in years, it’s never too late to file the taxes required to get you back on track.
Know that you are not alone and that Kedra A Flowers is here to help.
We value the relationships we build with our clients and provide the custom insight, support, and guidance you need to find meaningful tax relief. Our passion is helping others, and our experience with the IRS allows us to do so every single day. If you have 2 or more delinquent tax returns, contact Kedra A Flowers today and take your first step to tax relief.
Available For Those Unable to Pay the Balance in Full
Pandemic Impacts - Job Loss - Business Closure - Death of a Family Provider
Offer in Compromise (OIC)
There are several benefits of negotiating an Offer in Compromise, including relieving the stress and burden of tax debt and giving you the freedom to create additional streams of income, purchase that new home and simply create the life you love without worry of levy or seizure.
The most obvious benefit is that you pay less upfront by creating a repayment amount based on your ability to pay today versus your past income and asset history. In the process of the settlement, late fees and other types of penalties are, in essence, removed so that you are simply paying what you owe rather than additional money. And more often than not, you are paying only a small percentage of what you originally owed.
With an Offer in Compromise, you avoid the placement of additional liens and levies against your home, car, or business while your offer is being evaluated. Any liens already in place will be removed within 30 days of the full settlement of your accepted offer.
If you select our firm to handle your settlement, we stay on your account and monitor your transcripts until the lien withdrawal has been submitted to the public records department.
We Have Your Back When it Counts Most
An installment agreement helps people who are struggling to pay their taxes get back on their feet and stay compliant with current obligations at the same time. This program makes it easier for you to pay the IRS and will fit within your budgeted and discretionary income in most cases.
Often, the IRS will compute a payment amount that exceeds what you can afford to pay based on your current living situation. In those cases, as your advocate, we will step in and negotiate an alternative that will allow you the time to make the necessary changes to allow you to meet your obligation while maintaining your necessary living expenses.
In some cases, we can set up an installment agreement without having liens placed in public records affecting your credit and lifestyle. However, if you have already had a lien or levy applied, you will need to demonstrate compliance and consistent payment to request withdrawal of the lien prior to paying the debt in full. This is why it is important to hire us sooner versus later.
Because Some Things are More Important
Currently Non-Collectible (CNC) Status
Currently non-collectible status allows the taxpayers to avoid any active collection enforcement for a limited period of time while they are unable to pay their tax debt.
To qualify for this status, the taxpayer must show that they do not have sufficient income to cover the basic and necessary living expenses. Because the law requires that this group of taxpayers are protected from levies, garnishments, etc; by meeting this standard, the taxpayer avoids the requirement to make any payments on the account during this time and for as long as they are in this condition.
We can help you stop worrying about the IRS and focus on what is the most important.
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You Have the Right to Hire Qualified Representation
Since 1996, Kedra A Flowers CPA has been providing professional guidance as a CPA and Power of Attorney for taxpayers dealing with IRS issues. With continued growth, her corporate structure has changed but her commitment to cultivating relationships surely hasn't. At Kedra A. Flowers CPA PC, we value client relationships, colleague partnership, and measurable results. We go the extra mile to offer the custom-tailored insight, support, and guidance that you need, and when necessary, do not hesitate to connect you with one of our professional partners for a team focused approach to ensuring your success.
What Past Clients Have to Say
We value our relationship with our clients and with every single person that comes in contact with our firm. We understand that this journey is often isolating and stressful. However, our service promise is to be clear about how we can help and to deliver on what way say.
Memberships & Accreditations
Texas State Board of Public Accountancy
Licensed by the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy. The mission of the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy is to protect the public by ensuring that persons issued certificates as certified public accountants possess the necessary education, skills, and capabilities and that they perform competently in the profession of public accountancy.
AICPA - American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is the world’s largest member association representing the accounting profession providing guidance and educational standards for public accountants.
Internal Revenue Service CE Provider
As an approved IRS continuing education provider, our firm drafts, designs and offer live, online, and self-study courses to EA's and non-credentialed tax preparers.
Texas Society of CPAs
Member, Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants. The Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants (TXCPA) is the largest, most influential association of accounting and finance professionals in Texas, dedicated to supporting one another, and promoting and protecting the value of the CPA designation.
CPE Sponsor, TSBPA
We have registered with the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy as a CPE Sponsor. This registration does not constitute an endorsement by the Board as to the quality of our CPE program.
National Association of Black Accountants
Member, National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. The primary goal of NABA is to lend a helping hand to those African-Americans and other minorities seeking entry into the accounting profession, as well as access for networking with those already in the profession at that time.
Better Business Bureau
Our firm is A+ accredited by the BBB. The BBB rating system relies on an A+ through F letter-grade scale. The grades represent BBB's degree of confidence that the business is operating in a trustworthy manner and will make a good faith effort to resolve any customer concerns filed with the BBB.
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