Sheehan and Associates Saves Client an Estimated $100K

Posted on February 26, 2014

“My battles with the IRS started about 15 years ago.  One thing led to another and the problem got worse over time.  I tried to resolve the matter by myself and that did not work.  With no other option, I turned to Rob Rush.  It was the best decision I could have made.

After meeting with Rob, I immediately began to feel better about my situation.  He met with me on a regular basis, answered my questions fully and was always there for me when necessary.  His attention to detail and his knowledge of the Collection system is second to none.

In the end, Rob was able to bring my matter to a conclusion with a very favorable result.  I estimate that Rob saved me in excess of $100,000.00.  Now, for the first time in 15 years, I am able to go to sleep knowing that my nightmare is over.

Without hesitation, I would recommend Rob and his team for any of your IRS concerns.”


Back Story:

Porter County, Indiana.  Our client had unpaid assessed liability due to the IRS going back to 1993 and owed over $140,000.00.  Although he was already in an installment agreement, the IRS wanted to revisit his ability to pay and asked for updated financial information.  Because the IRS can only collect money from you for 10 years under the collection statute of limitation (without any extensions), and because several of the years in issue were so old, we expected the IRS to demand huge monthly payments from the client.  We worked with the Revenue Officer and negotiated a reasonable monthly payment for our client even though the IRS knew that the collection statutes of limitation on the earlier years would run out this year.

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