10 minute Consultation! Free Tax Analysis and Resolution Plan

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Tax Help Hotline


Our Tax Technicians have resolved tax problems for thousands of clients nationwide on both the federal and state and local level. National Tax Credit Group has the experience to resolve almost any IRS problem. You will be given the utmost care and attention to help resolve your tax problems as quickly and diligently as possible while keeping your needs at the forefront.
  • Free Tax Evaluation
  • Tax Liability Investigation & Resolution Proposal
  • Tax Preparation & Compliance Review
  • Tax Settlement & Negotiation




Immediately upon calling NTCG you will speak with a qualified Tax Associate who will assess your best options. This consultation is 100% free and confidential.

Next, you can take your first step towards resolving your tax problem – the Investigation Phase. First, our Tax Professionals perform an extensive investigation into the specifics of your case. Armed with the details, they will identify the best possible tax resolution strategy.

Sometimes the IRS will use wage garnishments, bank levies or tax liens to threaten taxpayers. Our agents can take immediate action to stop these aggressive tactics during the Investigation.


NTCG’s Tax Enrolled Agents will get you the best possible deal from the IRS or state. You can rest assured that your case will get the expert attention that it deserves.

  1. First our agents gather and file all the necessary documents to bring you into full legal compliance with the IRS. This may include stopping wage garnishments, levies, liens and any current and present actions against you by the tax agencies. We will put a stop to it and in many cases, reverse their actions.
  2. Next our Tax Experts meticulously build a case to support your resolution strategy.
  3. Finally they present your case to the IRS and position you to receive the best attainable financial outcome.

Every situation is unique, but our goal is always the same: to provide you with the best financial outcome allowed by law.

Our staff will keep you informed the entire process and our on-boarding process is unparalleled in the industry. Our passion and dedication to Customer Service is at the heart of our Core Values. Gone are the days of silent customer service. Our goal is to give you an update as often as possible to keep you abreast of any developments or no developments, but you will be kept in the loop.


Specific Services

Offer in Compromise (OIC)

To qualify you must have an inability to repay the debt within the time the IRS has to collect on the debt.

Penalty Abatement

The IRS may assess a variety of penalties on your tax account including late filing and late payment fees. Sometimes the penalties dwarf the actual tax debt.

Installment Agreement

This agreement allows you to pay your full debt in equal, yet smaller and more manageable amounts.

Partial Pay Installment Agreement (PPIA)

A payment agreement whereby the total number of payments made to the IRS is less than the total amount of tax due, when full payment cannot be completed prior to the expiration of the statute of limitations.

Tax Lien Discharge

You relinquish your rights and allow any property with an IRS lien to be sold free and clear of the tax lien.

Tax Lien Subordination

Allows a “junior” creditor to move ahead of the IRS for claim on the property.

Tax Lien Withdrawal

Your tax liability is satisfied and the lien is released.

Wage Garnishment Release

Your liability is satisfied and the garnishment is lifted.

Bank Levy Release

You paid your tax debt or the time limit expired, releasing the levy.

Innocent Spouse Relief

You filed a joint return, the tax due is understated, you didn’t know, so it is unfair to hold you liable.

Currently Non-Collectible

Assigned by the IRS when someone cannot pay due to a temporary hardship.

Statute of Limitations

The time limitation (generally 10 years) on which the IRS can collect taxes and levies. The start time varies for each action taken.

Collection Appeal

The Office of Appeals is separate from and independent of the IRS Collection Office. Check here for your collection appeal rights.

Administrative Appeal

You may file an administrative appeal with the IRS under four circumstances. For complete information, check under IRS