Injured Spouse Must Qualify

Injured Spouse

Or, injured spouse relief, innocent spouse, or any misdeed, misconduct, or fraud committed by your spouse?

If your spouse or ex-spouse failed to report income, reported income improperly, or committed intentional tax fraud.

And, you suffered financial setbacks due to having to pay for your spouse’s error. Innocent spouse relief could provide you with the financial relief that you need.

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When you call our office at (818) 841-0255, we can go over several options for resolving your unpaid taxes.

You could be eligible for several tax relief programs depending on your situation. Such as an offer in compromise, currently not collectible, an IRS payment plan, or even injured spouse relief.

We are committed to determining which solution can render the best result while allowing you to pay the least tax possible!

Innocent spouse relief was designed to address unjust situations. One spouse was the victim of financial fraud perpetrated by the other spouse or ex-spouse.

If your tax refund was taken by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), pay for your spouse’s past-due obligations.

You might be eligible for innocent spouse relief.

Penalties and Interest

  • Federal tax
  • State tax
  • Child support, spousal support, or alimony
  • Student loans
  • Other debts

To request or receive innocent spouse relief, you must file for relief no later than two years.

After the date that the IRS first attempted to collect taxes from you.

Failure to do so could lock you out from receiving financial relief. Speaking with an experienced Tax Preparer can help inform you of innocent spouse relief’s various intricacies.

And ensure that you follow the requirements to qualify for the benefits.

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How do I qualify for innocent spouse relief?

To qualify for innocent spouse relief, you must meet all of the following requirements:

  • You filed a joint return with an IRS and added your spouse’s income, tax deductions, credits. Or properties and was omitted or listed incorrectly in return.
  • When you signed the joint return, you did not know that there was an understatement or improper listing of tax.
  • It would be unfair to hold you liable for the understatement of tax.

Suppose you suffered financial setbacks due to your spouse’s false or fraudulent tax report.

I know how urgent these matters are and I am fully committed to finding a quick but efficient solution.

I can develop the proper support you need while paying the lowest tax possible by handling your finances. Remember, your current tax problems do not have to be permanent! There may be a solution that can lead you toward long-lasting peace of mind and financial stability.