Fresno is a Tax Hub for IRS

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) calls Fresno, California home for many of its tax liability assessment and tax liability collection activities. If you live in California, and have a tax problem, you may have had some connection with the one of the IRS service centers located in Fresno.

Fresno is home for one of the processing centers where the IRS processes federal tax returns if you live in California. There is also a Fresno IRS audit office that will complete the examination of your tax return if you live in the greater Fresno area. IRS audits in Fresno may be completed by Tax Compliance Officers or Revenue Agents. Fresno also may be where one of the agents you may speak with on the telephone are located, if you have an IRS tax debt, even if you don’t live in California.

If you owe a tax liability that you cannot afford, you may consider filing an offer in compromise to attempt to settle your tax debt for a reduced amount. If you live in California, you will generally file your offer in compromise application in New York. However, depending on the basis of your offer in compromise and your type of income, your case may be assigned to a different service center. If your offer in compromise is rejected, you may have the ability to file an appeal. If you are the owner of a small business, your offer in compromise appeal may be assigned to the Fresno IRS Appeals Office.

If you live in or near Fresno and need a Fresno tax attorney, you may want to speak to the Fresno tax lawyers at Montgomery and Wetenkamp. We offer a free consultation and may be able to assist you in resolving your tax matters.

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