Tax Helpers

In Brief

Tax Attorney Alex Gluzman & Tax Helpers is a full-service tax law firm specializing in reducing back taxes, fixing incorrect tax bills, filing back taxes, and dealing with liens and levies.

We help individuals and small businesses resolve their IRS and State Of California Tax problems. We have saved our clients millions in taxes, penalties, and interest and helped many Americans get their financial futures back on track.

Settle Back Taxes

Audit Help

Tax Help For Businesses

IRS Fresh Start Program

File Back Taxes

Lien and Levy Help

What Caused Your Tax Problem?

Tax Helpers attorneys defend your rights with personalized tax relief strategies at reasonable rates. Whether it’s Offer in Compromise, the IRS Fresh Start Program, penalty abatements, or resolving tax liens and wage garnishments, we are here to help! Need a tax attorney in San Jose or the Bay Area? Remember that Tax Helpers has nearly 20 years of experience providing representation for our clients. Our tax attorneys are proud to have helped many San Francisco Bay Area Taxpayers get their financial future back on track. Let us do the same for you!

Back Taxes Caused By Divorce:

Stressed-out spouses that are struggling to pay for lawyers and child support may forget about filing or paying taxes. Personal hardship does not excuse tax debt, though a resolution to the situation is possible! We can advise on various relief programs to help you get your personal and financial future back on track.

Tax Penalties Forgiven Due To Illness:

Good health is priceless. However, when you are facing a serious illness, the consequential costs pile up quickly. Major health concerns are a common cause of IRS tax delinquencies, and there are several tax relief programs available. Let an accomplished tax lawyer help you determine the next steps in rebuilding your financial health with personalized consultation services.

Tax Debt Resulting From Financial Hardship:

Losing your job is not an excuse for neglecting to file taxes, and once the IRS labels you as a tax debtor things can get worse quickly. Dealing with unforeseen financial struggles is a part of life, but IRS issues don’t have to be! Contact us today to see how a TaxHelpers tax attorney can help you handle your tax penalties and effectively deal with the IRS.

Back Taxes From A Tax Audit:

Although an IRS audit is not an uncommon occurrence, it can be an overwhelming and intimidating process. IRS agents may even come to your home or business to investigate your tax situation and/or attempt to resolve possible tax debts. An expert tax lawyer can help you be prepared at each stage of the audit process with personalized strategies designed to save you money and defend your rights.

Business Decline Caused Payroll Tax Problems:

Virtually every small business owner we’ve met has been stressed by cash flow issues at some point. However, complying with employment tax obligations is non-negotiable, and failure to do so will compound your debt and may destroy your business. If your business is struggling with 940, and 941 payroll taxes, Tax Helpers can help you resolve your IRS tax debt so you can keep your doors open.  We also help with EDD and the State Board of Equalization.

Unfiled Tax Returns Caused By Addiction:

Substance abuse can cause a host of serious problems, and as the illness progresses financial obligations usually take a back seat or get ignored completely. Let one of our compassionate tax attorneys help you resolve your tax problems through various IRS relief programs before your debt spins completely out of control.

We are experts with Offer in Compromise, Penalty Abatements, Wage Garnishments, Tax Lien Issues, Filing Back Taxes and the IRS Fresh Start Program. Tax Helpers proudly represents tax payers all over California, including Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Contra Costa, San Francisco and Sacramento.

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