An Enrolled Agent Could Be Your Best Option
Tax issues are among life's most stressful challenges. Let a tax veteran help you resolve your IRS tax issues. 
What is an Enrolled Agent?
An Enrolled Agent ("EA") is a federally-authorized tax professional.   "Enrolled" means to be licensed by the Federal Government, and "Agent" means authorized to appear in place of a taxpayer before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).   EAs are the only federally-licensed tax professionals and are authorized to represent taxpayers in all 50 states and at all administrative levels of the IRS. The Enrolled Agent designation dates back to 1884. EAs are admitted to practice before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) by the Director of Practice, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Washington, D.C.   
Why Seek Assistance From an Enrolled Agent?
Attorneys are sometimes more familiar with law than with the IRS collection process, and CPAs usually do not base their careers around representing taxpayers who have IRS tax problems.  There is no substitute for knowledge and experience.  Often, when you fall behind on your employment tax deposits, IRS will hold all of the owner(s) of the business entity personally responsible for the trust fund portion of employment tax. Thus, IRS may be able to seize your personal assets. Additionally, those of us who have worked as IRS employees can have a significant advantage over practitioners who have not worked as IRS employees. Not all EAs have the same level of expertise, but chances are that an EA is more likely to roll up his or her sleeves and work to resolve your tax issues. 
I will personally give you status updates and address your concerns. We spend quite a bit of time on the phone, and we may have to return your phone call, so please leave a message if we cannot answer your call, so please leave a message if you call and we cannot answer your call. 
Do not delay! Call us today. The IRS will not forget about your tax issue(s), and penalties and interest will continue to accrue. Do not let your tax issue get to this stage (click on the link)...
Assist with all IRS tax problems--Installment Agreements; Offers in Compromise; Innocent Spouse Issues; Injured Spouse Claims; Statute of Limitations; Contesting IRS Liens and Levies; Tax Audit  Representation (field, correspondence and office audits); Audit Reconsideration; Collection Due Process Hearings; Administrative Appeals; Penalty abatement; Trust Fund Recovery Penalty 100% penalty; Unfiled Tax Returns; Prepare current and past year individual, corporate, and partnership income tax returns, employment tax returns, W-2s and W-3s, 1099s and 1096s.