From the desk of Essam “Sam” Abdullah,
First, I’d like to thank you for taking the time to read this letter. Tax debt is frightening – it takes courage to make the first step.
People are paralyzed with fear when it comes to tax debt.
With the tax code eclipsing 70,000 PAGES, negotiating with the IRS is intimidating.
If you are one of the almost 15 million people that owe the United States government, you can attest to how stressful an experience dealing with the IRS can be.
As if unresolved tax debt wasn’t enough, 2020 took a turn to become one of the most financially challenging years for millions of Americans.
Everyone, myself included, felt the impact of the pandemic this year.
My business temporarily closed down. I was forced to furlough plenty of sincere and hardworking employees – it was horrible.
I felt isolated. Powerless.
I found myself sitting in an empty office, rubbing my hands through my hair, wondering, “what next?”
While it seemed like there were literally ZERO positives to come out of 2020, there was a silver lining. I’ll return to that later.
Year after year, Americans like you and I face the wrath of the IRS, be it from prematurely withdrawing from a 401(k), unpaid medical expenses… or getting furloughed.
Yet surprisingly, in these trying times, it wasn’t just taxpayers like you and me that were affected by the lockdowns.
The IRS themselves had no choice but to close down.
Typically, we like to think of the IRS as this invisible machine always working behind the scenes. But the reality is, when you pull back the curtain, the IRS is full of people like you and me.
They’re not robots. And sometimes, they too like to find a quick and painless solution.
As IRS employees began slowly trickling back into work, they discovered a MASSIVE backlog. Some reports said that there was a pile of almost 11 million pieces of unanswered letters and mail.
Understaffed and on a tight deadline, the IRS simultaneously had to send out millions of stimulus checks. To say that they are busy would be an understatement – they are swamped.
It was around this time that my tax experts (who I’d finally managed to get back to work) started to notice something interesting.
Tax relief offers – which routinely would be rejected by an IRS examiner – were being accepted.
To give you an idea about how crazy this is, IRS examiners are trained to deny settlement offers if they so much as spot a slight deviation from their strict criteria. Even the most innocent error or omissions meet flat-out rejection.
So, what is going on?
After further investigation, my team and I realized that there was a silver lining to the 2020 pandemic.
Americans affected by back taxes and penalties have an opportunity this year that may not come back around again.
Right now, the IRS is not working at full capacity, and much of their services are extremely limited.
To catch up on lost time (and probably to get their backlog nightmare over with), the IRS has had no choice but to make certain exceptions and changes to the way they usually handle liabilities.
Already, I’ve seen dozens of accepted offers, which any other year would get rejected. The government realizes the distressful situation that so many Americans are in, and they’re acting accordingly.
Tax relief has never been easier than it is in 2020, and it may not be this easy ever again.
Why not just wait until 2021? Why is 2020 so special?
As I write this letter, three commercial vaccines are nearing the end of development.
In 2021, many businesses are planning to reopen, and public events will ensue, meaning the IRS won’t have as much reason to forgive liabilities.
Once the IRS returns to full operations – and believe me, they’re desperate to – they will be focusing all their efforts on catching up on audits, misfiles, and letters.
By next year, you could be facing harsh penalties such as wage garnishments. It would take another pandemic or worse for the IRS to forgive as much debt as they are this year.
In short, there will be less room for negotiation in the absence of nation-wide distress.
I offer a free, no-obligation phone consultation to ANYONE interested in tax relief.
However, we are not going to waste your time. If you’re not qualified for professional tax relief, we’ll tell you upfront.
If you do qualify – and not everyone does – my skilled team of verified tax experts have confidence that we can negotiate a reasonable settlement between you and the IRS.
Should you call me personally, I – or one of my tax resolution officers – will help you finally resolve your IRS issues. Ignoring the IRS is no longer an option, so give me a call today.
When you call, mention this letter. That way, my team will know that you are one of my personal clients.
Thank you so much for your time. From one hardworking American to another, I wish you the best in your endeavors.
All my best,
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