Settle Your IRS Issues
Legally & Ethically
with a Team you can Trust

An Offer in Compromise could be just the Solution you need. Find out today.

Maybe you didn’t know that the IRS has an Offer in Compromise program that can be utilized by the tax payer when liability has been incorrectly assessed or when total liability is more than you can afford to pay.

When presented correctly to the IRS, this might mean your tax liability is entirely eliminated for as little as 5-15% of the total amount.

Our experienced tax specialists can help you determine if you might qualify for an Offer in Compromise, or if a tax payment plan would be the better route for you to go.

Fill out the form at the bottom of this page for a FREE Consultation if you need help solving your tax problems.

offer in compromise

Ready to come in for an appointment?

Our schedule is very full…but if you call us at (205) 715-4488 or email us we’ll give you two options for coming in right away! We will NOT make dealing with a tax professional as painful as it’s been in the past!

Alleviating Cash Flow Management Pains for Birmingham Businesses

[1] Because we’re talking cash flow management today… with a recession looming on the horizon and the effects of inflation being felt so hard in everyday life, it’s difficult not to freak out over what lies ahead for your Birmingham small...

Why Should Birmingham Businesses Care About FASB and GAAP?

 Yes, inflation isn't slowing down, even here in Birmingham.Though it's not the main thing I'll be writing about today, I did want to point out this economic elephant in the room for my Jefferson County business owner readers and clients, and not just speed...

An Accounting Methods Rundown for Birmingham Businesses

Before I get into accounting methods basics today (a subject near to my heart) ... I hope you were able to get in on some Memorial Day activities this past weekend (though I know some Birmingham business owners are in the thick of things during this commemorative...

Making the Most of Your Birmingham Business’s P/L Statement

In the arena of not-so-good news, along with so many other things these days, it looks like IRS interest rates have gone up for Quarter 3. Inflationary insults to injury for Birmingham business owners.These days are getting tougher. Hang in there.Now … the one...

Randall M. Hancock CPA, PC’s Guide to the Profit and Loss Statement

As a small business owner, you’re often preoccupied with all the things that go into running your Birmingham business – the daily logistics, managing employee workflow, paying the bills, bringing in more customers… making a profit. Let’s focus on that last one,...

Three Financial Statements Birmingham SMBs Need To Get Right

If you’re a successful Birmingham business owner in this high-pressure time, you’ve learned to master the art of the pivot. Pivot on pricing, pivot on operations, pivot on hiring, pivot on supply, pivot on financials... Successfully pulling it off is...

Customer Relationship Management Software for Birmingham Businesses

Apparently, it is National Small Business Week. And while I tend to think these kinds of “national weeks” or days, or what have you, are often pretty silly … well, as someone who has been in the trenches with the SMB community over the last few years, I...

Time Management Software Choices for Birmingham Businesses

Tax “season” is over – at least for most of us. For all of the tax-exempt organizations out there operating on a calendar year basis, just a little nudge regarding the May 16th filing deadline. We’re here to help.Now, however, despite the relief that comes with the...

What is the Best Payroll Software for Your Birmingham Small Business?

Every Birmingham business owner in today’s inflationary environment is looking for ways to economize and improve: overhead expenses, workload, staffing needs, office space, supply chains, etc. It all feels stretched. We’re *all* feeling it, even here in Birmingham.So...

Small Business Accounting Software: A Birmingham Owner’s Guide

For as long as trade has existed, so has accounting. Goods are sold, profit is made, expenses are accrued, and everything gets recorded (presumably, ha!). And it wasn’t THAT long ago that electronic spreadsheets were considered “a big advancement” in...