Our Services

Our Services

D Tax Settled Tax Preparation Services


OIC Tax Preparation

OIC Tax Resolution is your trusted ally in overcoming tax challenges and securing a brighter financial future. Our expert team of tax professionals specializes in navigating the complexities of tax resolution, and we are committed to finding the best solution for your unique situation. From negotiating Offers in Compromise to setting up installment agreements, we work tirelessly to help you resolve your tax debt with the IRS and achieve lasting relief. With our extensive knowledge, experience, and unwavering dedication to client satisfaction, you can trust OIC Tax Resolution to provide you with personalized, effective, and results-driven tax resolution services. Take control of your tax problems and experience the peace of mind you deserve with OIC Tax Resolution by your side. Contact us now and let us help you pave the way to a brighter financial future.

Installment Agreement

Installment Agreement

If you're facing a daunting tax bill that's straining your budget, our Installment Agreement service is here to provide you with a practical solution. With an Installment Agreement, you can spread out your tax payments over time, making it easier to manage your financial obligations to the IRS. Our experienced team will work with you to negotiate favorable terms that fit your budget, helping you avoid the stress of a lump sum payment. We'll guide you through the process, ensuring that you stay in compliance with the IRS and achieve financial stability. Say goodbye to the burden of a large tax bill and hello to a manageable payment plan with our Installment Agreement service. Contact us now and let us help you find a path to resolving your tax debt and regaining control of your finances.


Innocent Spouse

If you're facing tax liability due to your spouse's actions or mistakes, our Innocent Spouse service can provide you with relief. When you file taxes jointly with your spouse, you may become liable for any errors, omissions, or underreporting of income. However, if you can prove that you were unaware of your spouse's tax misdeeds and did not benefit from them, you may qualify for Innocent Spouse Relief. Our expert team will guide you through the complex process of seeking Innocent Spouse Relief, advocating on your behalf with the IRS to protect your financial interests. We understand the stress and uncertainty that can arise in these situations, and we are committed to helping you achieve a fair resolution. Contact us now to explore your options and let us be your trusted partner in seeking relief from unfair tax liability through our Innocent Spouse service.


Penalty Abatement

Penalty abatement is a process in which taxpayers can request relief from penalties imposed by tax authorities for failure to comply with tax laws or regulations. It is a formal procedure that allows taxpayers to explain the reasons behind their failure to meet their tax obligations and seek forgiveness for the associated penalties. Common reasons for requesting penalty abatement include reasonable cause, such as illness, natural disasters, or unavoidable circumstances, as well as first-time offender status or reliance on incorrect information from tax professionals. Taxpayers must provide compelling evidence to support their claim for penalty abatement, and the decision is ultimately at the discretion of the tax authority. Successful penalty abatement can result in significant savings for taxpayers, helping to alleviate the financial burden of penalties and interest accrued on unpaid taxes.


IRS Audit Representation

Tax audit representation refers to the process of hiring a qualified professional, such as a tax attorney, certified public accountant (CPA), or enrolled agent, to represent a taxpayer during a tax audit conducted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or other tax authorities. Tax audit representation aims to ensure that taxpayers' rights are protected and their interests are represented effectively during the audit process. A tax audit can be complex and stressful, involving detailed examination of financial records, documentation, and tax filings. Tax audit representation can provide expert guidance and advocacy, helping taxpayers understand their rights, navigate the audit process, respond to inquiries from tax authorities, and negotiate on their behalf. Tax audit representation can help taxpayers minimize the risk of additional taxes, penalties, and interest assessed as a result of the audit, and can provide peace of mind during a potentially challenging experience.


Tax Lien & Levy Release

Tax lien and levy release refer to the process of lifting or releasing a tax lien or levy imposed by tax authorities, typically the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), on a taxpayer's property or assets. A tax lien is a claim by the government on a taxpayer's property as collateral for unpaid taxes, while a tax levy is the actual seizure of a taxpayer's property or assets to satisfy a tax debt. Tax lien and levy release can be sought through various methods, such as by paying off the tax debt in full, entering into a payment plan with the IRS, negotiating an offer in compromise, demonstrating that the lien or levy was filed in error, or showing financial hardship. Once a tax lien or levy is released, it removes the encumbrance on the taxpayer's property or assets, allowing them to regain control and ownership. Seeking professional assistance from a tax professional, such as a tax attorney or enrolled agent, can be beneficial in navigating the complex process of tax lien and levy release and ensuring the best possible outcome for the taxpayer.


Tax Monitoring

Tax monitoring is a proactive approach by taxpayers to regularly review and manage their tax situation throughout the year to minimize tax liabilities and maximize tax savings. It involves monitoring key financial and tax-related activities, such as income changes, business expenses, deductions, credits, and other tax implications. Tax monitoring aims to identify potential tax issues or opportunities in advance, allowing taxpayers to take timely action to optimize their tax position. By staying vigilant and keeping abreast of changes in tax laws and regulations, taxpayers can strategically plan and make informed decisions to minimize their tax burden. Tax monitoring may involve working closely with tax professionals, such as accountants or tax advisors, to ensure accurate tax planning, compliance with tax laws, and timely submission of tax filings. Regular tax monitoring can help taxpayers proactively manage their tax obligations, minimize the risk of penalties or audits, and ultimately optimize their tax situation for maximum savings.


Tax Audit

A tax audit is a formal examination of a taxpayer's financial records, tax returns, and supporting documentation conducted by tax authorities, such as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), to verify the accuracy and completeness of reported income, deductions, credits, and other tax-related information. Tax audits can be triggered by various factors, such as discrepancies or inconsistencies in tax filings, random selection, or suspicion of tax evasion or fraud. Tax audits can be conducted through different methods, including correspondence audits, office audits, or field audits, and may involve reviewing financial statements, business records, receipts, invoices, bank statements, and other relevant documents. Tax audits can be complex, time-consuming, and potentially stressful for taxpayers, and may result in additional taxes, penalties, and interest if discrepancies are found. It is crucial for taxpayers to respond promptly and accurately to audit inquiries and provide necessary documentation. Seeking professional assistance from tax professionals, such as tax attorneys or certified public accountants (CPAs), can help taxpayers navigate the audit process, protect their rights, and achieve the best possible outcome.


Tax Appeal

Tax appeal refers to the process by which taxpayers challenge or dispute a decision made by tax authorities, such as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), regarding their tax liability or other tax-related matters. Taxpayers have the right to appeal if they disagree with the outcome of an audit, assessment, denial of a refund, or other adverse tax determination. Tax appeal typically involves filing a formal written protest with the relevant tax authority, providing supporting evidence and arguments to challenge the decision. Tax appeal can be based on various grounds, such as errors in the tax calculation, misinterpretation of tax laws, procedural errors, or new evidence. The tax appeal process may involve administrative hearings, negotiations, or litigation, and can be complex and time-consuming. Seeking professional assistance from experienced tax professionals, such as tax attorneys or enrolled agents, can be crucial in navigating the tax appeal process and advocating for the taxpayer's rights. Successful tax appeals can result in reductions in tax liabilities, refunds, or other favorable outcomes, helping taxpayers achieve a fair and just resolution to their tax disputes.

Self Employed Tax Resolution

Enjoy a stress-free tax season. Our specialists make filing your taxes nothing but a breeze. For self-employed individuals, filing on your own can be a daunting prospect, taking time away from your business and out of your day.

Small Business Tax

D Tax Settled provides reliable and affordable small business taxPreparation services. Our seasoned tax consultants will create a customized tax strategy for your business to successfully minimize your tax liability.

Tax Filing

D Tax Settled is pleased to offer comprehensive tax filing services for affordable rates.

Tax Resolution

D Tax Settled is the premier tax Resolution agency in the local area. Since opening our doors, we’ve developed a strong reputation based on speedy service, accurate accounting, and exceptional customer care.

Tax Problems

When you have tax problems, you need the experts on your side. You need D Tax Settled.

Unpaid Back Taxes

D Tax Settled takes the financial hardship and stress out of owing back taxes. We employ all of our resources and draw from our years of experience to help you navigate your way to a debt-free future.