Get relief from tax stress with our OCR-enabled tax tool. Our solution provides a friendly translation of your IRS tax notice to help you navigate through the IRS response.

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Our Process

Getting started is easy!

We understand that dealing with an urgent tax notice with a balance due is just tough, and the intimidating presence of the IRS only adds to the pressure. Rest assured, our process will resolve your issues smoothly and hassle-free.

Scan your IRS Notice

Scan your IRS Notice for a free translation and recommended steps to resolve your issue.

Get a Free Case Evaluation

Our team will reach out to provide you with a case evaluation within 48 hours of receiving your request.

Submit Response

We will prepare a detailed resolution letter which we will send to the IRS on your behalf (depends on your case).

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Common Tax Issues

Learn about various IRS issues and how we can handle them for you. Here are just a few types of cases we can tackle.

Amended returns
Unpaid Tax balance
IRS Penalties and Interest
Questions about previous tax returns

Our Results in Numbers

Audit Request Successfully Completed

IRS Notices Resolved

Tax Debt Resolved

Tax Debt Savings

No failed Audit Cases

Failed IRS Resolution Case

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Hear what our past clients has to say

Keep calm, we have your tax relief ready!

The communication support from Mindful Tax Relief was timely and done with care. As a customer who was in that situation, I felt like the team got my back and took action quickly


Mindful Tax Relief has been amazing at not only executing the tax preparation and planning well but also following through. The team makes sure the IRS got what it needed documentation-wise, even if they had to frequently follow up with me


I was skeptical at first, but the IRS tax relief service exceeded my expectations, their knowledgeable team at Mindful Tax Relief guided me step-by-step and helped me achieve a favorable resolution with the IRS


Frequently Asked Questions


What is Tax Relief?

Tax relief is a general term that covers dozens of tax laws and program created by the IRS and State tax agencies. For example, one may have their debts reduced by up to 99% of what owed. Penalty abatement is another commonly used program that allows for a reduction in penalties and in some rare cases, a reduction of interest. Tax relief isn’t only limited to individual debts, but also to any business entity.


How do I qualify for Tax Relief?

There are many different ways in which a business or individual may qualify to receive help. There are three important factors that the IRS looks at when reducing a tax bill and these are: income, expenses and assets. Other factors that could determine tax relief are health issues, emotional distress, bad accounting advice, and natural disasters.


Is this Tax Relief service for me even if I’m not local?

Yes, we are licensed to represent clients in all 50 States virtually. Our service is done conveniently through email, virtual meetings, and phone support. We provide efficiency and effectiveness in our communication with the IRS which will save you in-office time and stress in the waiting process. Our virtual and paperless support service is paired with frictionless communication and latest technology tools.


How long does this Tax Relief process take?

Depending on the complexities involved, case completion can vary from 7 days to 120 days. This mainly depends on how quickly our clients can return documentation and what type of program they qualify for. We are proud to say we have been recognized for having the fastest turnaround time in the industry amongst our competitors.


What are 10 Tips for Taxpayers Who Receive an IRS Notice?

Receiving a notice from the IRS is usually no cause for alarm. Every year the IRS sends millions of letters and notices to taxpayers. In the event one shows up in your mailbox, here are 10 things you should know:

1) Do not panic. Many of these letters can be dealt with very simply.

2) Do not ignore it. Most of these letters have a “reply by” date. Inaction can lead to additional interest and penalties or more aggressive action from the IRS.

3) Contact your tax professional. Your tax professional is available to help you, is familiar with your situation, and has experience dealing with the IRS. Utilize his or her expertise. He or she will generally want to see a copy of the letter to determine the next course of action. Some letters can be resolved simply by having you contact the IRS directly. More complicated issues may require you to sign Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative, to allow your tax professional to communicate with the IRS on your behalf.

4) There are a number of reasons the IRS sends notices to taxpayers. The notice may request payment of taxes, notify you of a change to your account, or request additional information. The notice you receive normally covers a very specific issue about your account.

5) Each letter and notice offers specific instructions on what you need to do to satisfy the inquiry.

6) If you receive a notice about a correction to your tax return, you should review the correspondence and compare it with the information on your return.

7) If you agree with the correction to your account, you still have to reply to acknowledge the letter from the IRS and accept the correction.

8) If you do not agree with the correction the IRS made, it is important that you respond as requested. Respond to the IRS in writing to explain why you disagree. Be courteous and respectful. Include any documents and information you wish the IRS to consider, along with the contact stub at the bottom of the notice. Mail to the address shown on the letter. Allow at least 30 days for a response from the IRS.

9) Most correspondence can be handled without calling or visiting an IRS office. However, if you have questions, call the telephone number in the upper right corner of the notice. When you call, have a copy of your tax return and the correspondence available.

10) Keep copies of any correspondence with your tax records.

It is always a good idea to contact your tax professional for advice if you are unsure about how to handle a particular tax issue and get help to navigate your unique situation.