Lucent serves the Worthington, MN area proudly. Our small-town roots are at the core of our work. Our approach is to serve you respectfully and humbly so that you feel protected and understood. Contact us now to get started relieving your tax debt problems.
Common Tax Problems We Help Solve
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the U.S. government agency responsible for the collection of taxes and enforcement of laws. Although by definition, it seems simple and straightforward, many find dealing with the IRS is anything but simple and straightforward.
There are many situations that can lead to a person not being able to pay the money they owe to the IRS and accruing tax debt. Below is a list of common tax problems you might be facing. Download our free ebook to learn more.
Bank Levy and Wage Garnishment
Offers in Compromise
Installment Agreement Negotiations
Abatement of Penalties and Interest
Unfiled Tax Returns
Payroll Tax Problems
IRS Private Letter Rulings and Determinations
Innocent Spouse Relief
When you partner with us, we promise to treat you with respect, answer all of your questions and make sure you understand every step of the process in plain English. We’ll help clarify what the problem is, your options for resolving it, and how we can help.
You definitely won’t go it alone. Our process is consistent and personal, with a dedicated case manager who will be your point of contact as we work hard to get you answers about your case.
Why We’re Different
Lucent’s small-town roots are at the core of our work so you’ll feel right at a home. Our approach is to serve you respectfully and humbly, so that you feel protected and understood.
It can be scary to have IRS or Minnesota State tax issues. Whether you’re a business or individual, we don’t rest until your tax problems are resolved – and we make sure you feel informed and empowered, every step of the way. Lucent happily services Worthington, Minnesota and surrounding areas.
You have a tax problem. What does it mean? What’s next? Where do you turn? Get answers to some of the most tax common questions (in plain English). Hold the legalese, please.