What We Do

Tax Resolution Services

We focus on finding and creating custom solutions for those struggling with the special tax challenges faced by clergy.

Ministers sit in a unique seat when it comes to their tax-reporting requirements, which many tax professionals are not aware of. We know the ins and outs of church and clergy tax law, which results in an expedited journey to tax relief for our clients.

Common Tax Resolution Services

Payroll Tax Problems

If you run a corporation and pay workers, payroll taxes will have to be dealt with. A discreet way to get into trouble with the IRS is to refuse to register and pay your payroll taxes, resulting in large fines from the IRS, and it can also be considered a federal crime.
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A lien is a claim or legal right against properties that are normally used to satisfy a debt as collateral. A creditor may be entitled to seize an asset that is the subject of the lien if the underlying duty is not fulfilled.
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Audit Representation

An IRS audit is the calculation of all of your tax debt, including all penalties and interest you owe. Tax audit representation, also known as audit defense, is a service in which a tax or legal professional is present during an income tax audit on behalf of a taxpayer.
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Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding that allows individuals or businesses to be free from their debts, while providing creditors with an opportunity for repayment at the same time.
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Penalty Abatement

A penalty abatement is a reprieve that helps you to avoid the fines imposed on you for not filing your taxes or failing to pay them. As the name suggests, only one reprieve will be granted, and it must be for the tax year you are applying for. It can not be extended to fines of several years' worth.
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Currently Not Collectible

Being placed on the status of not currently collectible implies that the IRS has decided to avoid efforts to collect taxes back. This occurs after proof is obtained by the IRS that the taxpayer could not pay the tax debt owed. However, being put on currently not collectible status does not erase any tax debt owed to the IRS, nor is it an effort to settle tax debt.
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Back Taxes Owed

Back taxes are taxes that were partially or completely unpaid in the year in which they were due. Taxpayers may have unpaid back taxes at the federal, state and/or local levels.
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Offer in Compromise

An offer in compromise (OIC) is an arrangement between a taxpayer and a taxing authority whereby the taxing authority offers to allow the taxpayer to pay the tax debt for less than the full amount.
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Wage Garnishment

A wage garnishment is when a court imposes an order forcing your employer to deduct a certain amount of your salary and give it back to the person or institution to which you owe money until your debt is paid off.
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At Clergy Tax Resolution, we strive to listen effectively, to seek the deeper stories and desires that lie in clients’ hearts. We walk with you as a guide to give wise counsel.

Clergy Tax Resolution

“Peace of mind comes from the confidence that all money is God’s money, and that God alone is the true provider and protector.”

Kingdom Advisors

“Biblical principles are always right, always relevant, and will never change.”

Ron Blue

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