Our Solutions

Whether you’re an individual or a business and are facing unique tax challenges with the IRS or a state taxing agency, we provide custom tax solutions that help solve your problem once and for all.

We help taxpayers move their lives forward.

Diehl CPA is the expert in solving your tax problems quickly and efficiently. Our experts will take the time to review your case and explain your options so you’re never in the dark. With Diehl CPA, you will never feel alone – we face the IRS together until you’re free to move on with your life.

How It Works

Break free from your tax problems in 3 simple steps – no matter what stage you are in your tax relief journey.

Consultation

Meet with our tax experts online or in person and tell us your current tax situation. We will use this time to listen and understand your situation thoroughly.

Investigation

After our initial consultation our experts will take over all communication with the IRS and start creating your personalized tax relief strategy.

Resolution

Now we put our plan into action. Our tax experts will execute our strategy and negotiate with the IRS on your behalf until we secure the relief you deserve.

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How We Can Help You

Diehl CPA prides itself in a process that allows the smoothest and quickest transaction possible.

Offers in Compromise

Settle with the IRS or state tax authorities for a fraction of what you owe with an OIC agreement. An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a very real prospect for taxpayers with minimal expendable income and equity in their assets.

You can settle your tax liability with an OIC for less than the whole amount you owe. If you are unable to pay your whole tax debt or doing so would put you in a difficult financial situation, this may be a viable choice.

While all taxpayers are allowed to file for an OIC, not everyone will be qualified. At Diehl CPA, we only file offers that have a good chance of being approved. After qualifying you, we’ll prepare, submit and negotiate your Offer in Compromise.

Note: The main reasons the IRS may agree to accept less than the full amount you owe are 1. You don’t have the income/assets to pay in full, 2. Paying the amount due would create significant economic hardship, or 3. The amount owed may not be correct.

Removal of Wage Garnishments

One way the IRS can pursue individual taxpayers for unpaid taxes is through wage garnishments. When the IRS finds that you have a tax liability, they will send a notice to your employer and demand that they withhold a certain amount from each paycheck you receive.

The IRS will provide you the bare minimum to pay for essential living costs, but this sum might not be enough. If your company doesn’t comply with the IRS’ request, they risk facing serious fines.

Everyone’s financial situation is different, but the best course of action when facing the possibility of a wage garnishment is to be proactive and deal with the issue head-on. You can trust Diehl CPA to help you progress and relieve the stress of having to deal with your tax problems.

Removal of Bank Levies

Did you, your bank, or another financial institution receive a notice from the IRS? If so, you may have a bank levy on your hands. In its simplest form, a levy is the taking of your assets to pay off a tax obligation. The IRS aggressively tells the source, which is often your bank, that it will be seizing part of your savings or property.

Once tax levies have been imposed, there are several alternatives for negotiating or getting relief.

The easiest way to have a levy released is to explain the hardship the charge has brought on for you. You should be ready to provide complete disclosure of your financial situation and relevant evidence in order to demonstrate the specifics and scope of the hardship.

If you believe that the IRS may issue a levy notice to your bank or other financial institution, you should act quickly. Tax problems are easier to resolve before a levy takes place.

Contact us today to see whether you qualify for any form of tax relief. Don’t wait for the worst to happen – act now!

IRS Payment Plans

One of the most common types of IRS solutions is a payment plan, also known as an installment agreement. For taxpayers who are able to make regular payments, this sort of settlement plan works well.

Despite the fact that a payment plan may be the most widely used and approved form of dispute settlement, many of our clients have found the process to be time-consuming and frustrating when attempted on their own.

This is where we step in. Once you’ve made the decision to work with Diehl CPA, we can help you file for an IRS payment plan quickly and easily.

We’ll take the necessary steps to strategically advise you on how to meet all of your tax responsibilities going forward. Call us before the state or IRS takes any further action.

Unfiled Tax Returns

Not only is not filling your tax returns expensive, it’s also illegal. People and businesses who fail to submit or pay their taxes face serious penalties. Most of the time this is due to their inability to pay their debts. However, failing to file will worsen the situation compared to admitting you owe taxes and negotiating a settlement with the IRS.

Before penalties start, get help. Seeking assistance from experts is the first thing you need to do. And because every tax situation is different, you’ll need someone to help you through the process.

At Diehl CPA, we can help you with anything from gathering the required documents to completing the necessary paperwork.

Audit Defense

IRS audit representation is when a tax advisor or lawyer advocates for you throughout an IRS tax audit. They have the legal power to participate in audit meetings, discuss your case with the taxation authorities, and assist you with documentation through a Power of Attorney (POA). Most tax audit committee members are either registered representatives, certified public accountants (CPAs), or attorneys.

Lessen the odds of committing a mistake in front of the IRS by hiring professionals to represent you. Our tax professionals will work on your behalf to find the best approach for your case. Time is of the essence when responding to an audit report, so act now! Call Diehl CPA today.

Payroll Tax Problems

The IRS does not tolerate situations when a firm is having problems with payroll tax payments or filings. With a higher likelihood of levies and seizures, the effects are often far greater for businesses than for individuals. Develop a plan for resolving payroll tax issues for your company as soon as you can. Your primary priority should be to address this situation. Now is the time to resolve your tax problem and get back to doing what you do best – running your business.

Our team is experienced in resolving all kinds of tax issues for businesses, and we can help you with your payroll tax problem! Call us as soon as possible for the best outcome.

Penalty Abatement

Did you fail to pay your taxes this year, or worse, fail to file? Even if you have good reasons for missing the tax filing deadline, the IRS will still impose tax penalties until you pay off your tax bill completely. Even though you filed and paid on time, penalties may still apply if your return had errors or your payment was declined.

It’s a good thing that the IRS offers tax penalty relief to those who can’t pay their taxes because of unforeseen circumstances or other reasons. One tax penalty relief you can acquire is a penalty abatement.

Our experts can assess whether you are eligible for a penalty abatement. Call Diehl CPA today and get the help you need. Don’t wait for your fines to pile up and drown you in debt.

Offers in Compromise

Settle with the IRS or state tax authorities for a fraction of what you owe with an OIC agreement. An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a very real prospect for taxpayers with minimal expendable income and equity in their assets.

You can settle your tax liability with an OIC for less than the whole amount you owe. If you are unable to pay your whole tax debt or doing so would put you in a difficult financial situation, this may be a viable choice.

While all taxpayers are allowed to file for an OIC, not everyone will be qualified. At Diehl CPA, we only file offers that have a good chance of being approved. After qualifying you, we’ll prepare, submit and negotiate your Offer in Compromise.

Note: The main reasons the IRS may agree to accept less than the full amount you owe are 1. You don’t have the income/assets to pay in full, 2. Paying the amount due would create significant economic hardship, or 3. The amount owed may not be correct.

Removal of Wage Garnishments

One way the IRS can pursue individual taxpayers for unpaid taxes is through wage garnishments. When the IRS finds that you have a tax liability, they will send a notice to your employer and demand that they withhold a certain amount from each paycheck you receive.

The IRS will provide you the bare minimum to pay for essential living costs, but this sum might not be enough. If your company doesn’t comply with the IRS’ request, they risk facing serious fines.

Everyone’s financial situation is different, but the best course of action when facing the possibility of a wage garnishment is to be proactive and deal with the issue head-on. You can trust Diehl CPA to help you progress and relieve the stress of having to deal with your tax problems.

Removal of Bank Levies

Did you, your bank, or another financial institution receive a notice from the IRS? If so, you may have a bank levy on your hands. In its simplest form, a levy is the taking of your assets to pay off a tax obligation. The IRS aggressively tells the source, which is often your bank, that it will be seizing part of your savings or property.

Once tax levies have been imposed, there are several alternatives for negotiating or getting relief.

The easiest way to have a levy released is to explain the hardship the charge has brought on for you. You should be ready to provide complete disclosure of your financial situation and relevant evidence in order to demonstrate the specifics and scope of the hardship.

If you believe that the IRS may issue a levy notice to your bank or other financial institution, you should act quickly. Tax problems are easier to resolve before a levy takes place.

Contact us today to see whether you qualify for any form of tax relief. Don’t wait for the worst to happen – act now!

IRS Payment Plans

One of the most common types of IRS solutions is a payment plan, also known as an installment agreement. For taxpayers who are able to make regular payments, this sort of settlement plan works well.

Despite the fact that a payment plan may be the most widely used and approved form of dispute settlement, many of our clients have found the process to be time-consuming and frustrating when attempted on their own.

This is where we step in. Once you’ve made the decision to work with Diehl CPA, we can help you file for an IRS payment plan quickly and easily.

We’ll take the necessary steps to strategically advise you on how to meet all of your tax responsibilities going forward. Call us before the state or IRS takes any further action.

Unfiled Tax Returns

Not only is not filling your tax returns expensive, it’s also illegal. People and businesses who fail to submit or pay their taxes face serious penalties. Most of the time this is due to their inability to pay their debts. However, failing to file will worsen the situation compared to admitting you owe taxes and negotiating a settlement with the IRS.

Before penalties start, get help. Seeking assistance from experts is the first thing you need to do. And because every tax situation is different, you’ll need someone to help you through the process.

At Diehl CPA, we can help you with anything from gathering the required documents to completing the necessary paperwork.

Audit Defense

IRS audit representation is when a tax advisor or lawyer advocates for you throughout an IRS tax audit. They have the legal power to participate in audit meetings, discuss your case with the taxation authorities, and assist you with documentation through a Power of Attorney (POA). Most tax audit committee members are either registered representatives, certified public accountants (CPAs), or attorneys.

Lessen the odds of committing a mistake in front of the IRS by hiring professionals to represent you. Our tax professionals will work on your behalf to find the best approach for your case. Time is of the essence when responding to an audit report, so act now! Call Diehl CPA today.

Payroll Tax Problems

The IRS does not tolerate situations when a firm is having problems with payroll tax payments or filings. With a higher likelihood of levies and seizures, the effects are often far greater for businesses than for individuals. Develop a plan for resolving payroll tax issues for your company as soon as you can. Your primary priority should be to address this situation. Now is the time to resolve your tax problem and get back to doing what you do best – running your business.

Our team is experienced in resolving all kinds of tax issues for businesses, and we can help you with your payroll tax problem! Call us as soon as possible for the best outcome.

Penalty Abatement

Did you fail to pay your taxes this year, or worse, fail to file? Even if you have good reasons for missing the tax filing deadline, the IRS will still impose tax penalties until you pay off your tax bill completely. Even though you filed and paid on time, penalties may still apply if your return had errors or your payment was declined.

It’s a good thing that the IRS offers tax penalty relief to those who can’t pay their taxes because of unforeseen circumstances or other reasons. One tax penalty relief you can acquire is a penalty abatement.

Our experts can assess whether you are eligible for a penalty abatement. Call Diehl CPA today and get the help you need. Don’t wait for your fines to pile up and drown you in debt.

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Diehl CPA is committed to helping every taxpayer, ensuring their fair treatment, and help them know and understand their rights. Let us help you find a solution to help get rid of your tax problem.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Tax Relief

In every endeavor, it’s best to come equipped. Here are some of the questions people ask regarding tax relief and how to face the IRS.

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Whatever you do, don’t ignore these letters or notices from the IRS! They may be auto-generated, but they are quite serious and, if ignored, could lead to a garnishment of your wages, a levy against your bank account or other property, a tax lien or other serious action. The good news is, legal tax remedies and relief is available to taxpayers. This could not only remove tax stress from your life, but it could also save you thousands of dollars or more.

There are several situations that will allow a taxpayer to settle for less than the amount owed – sometimes significantly less! However, it’s a difficult process to determine eligibility for the program on your own, then prove it to the IRS and negotiate. Taxpayers who aren’t equipped with the full knowledge of their rights are easily pushed around by IRS agents. That’s why we recommend giving us a call ASAP if you don’t agree with the amount the IRS says you owe.

Remember, every taxpayer has the right to representation! You can represent yourself, or you can get a tax expert to represent you. Think of it like going to court – you can technically represent yourself, but a lawyer is going to get you the best possible result.

Only authorized individuals are allowed to represent you before the IRS. Those individuals include CPAs, Enrolled Agents, or tax attorneys. These experts understand the tax law thoroughly and can help get you out of a difficult situation.

The length of time for resolving issues with the IRS can range from a couple weeks to up to a year, depending on your issue and the solution we are proposing to the IRS. We do regular check ins to update you on where your case is at and what we’re doing to fix your tax problem.

We work on a flat fee basis, which we will share with you during our initial consultation. That means that there are no surprises or hidden fees – you’ll get an all-inclusive quote up front at the beginning of the project.

Don’t let tax problems keep you from living your life.

We keep the IRS away from your doorstep so you can get back to your family, your passion project, your business, or maybe even an actual mountain. Whatever it is, it's time to live again.

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