Reliance Tax Group

Your Tax Experts | (720) 452-2915

So, you’re behind on your taxes, and don’t know where to start? We understand.  Owing back taxes can be overwhelming. Thankfully, you don’t have to deal with this alone.

Whether you need to start from first base and file some missing tax returns to become current or, you’re already up to date and now need help negotiating an affordable payment plan, we can design a manageable settlement that keeps you out of the line of fire, resolves your tax debt, and gets you back to living your life! Download our free 3 Step Process infographic to understand how Reliance Tax Group can help you.

Congratulations on taking the first step to being free from tax debt. Our website will help you know how to handle the IRS and your state and know when you need to hire a professional. We are looking forward to your call!

It's easier than you think to get started!

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Here’s How It Works:

Step 1:

Current & Compliant

First, we will file a stay of enforcement, conduct a compliance check and provide a breakdown of your liability. If you have any missing tax returns, we will make sure to help bring you current on all filings.


Step 2:

Choose the Right Payment Plan

Next, there are 4 different types of payment plans. We will go through each payment option and choose the best resolution strategy for you based on how much you can afford, NOT how much owe.


Step 3:

Dispute Penalties

Finally, most taxpayers that have fallen behind have accrued high penalties. Many fall behind due to unforeseen circumstances.  Call us today to see if you qualify for penalty relief!

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An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is an agreement made with the IRS that settles your tax debt for less than the full amount you owe. An OIC can be a powerful way to reduce your tax debt to something you can manage. Offering an acceptable offer in compromise requires loads of work to find the […]

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Do you owe under $50,000 in IRS tax debt and
representation costs too much?

DON’T WORRY! We can still help!


Aren't All Tax Companies The Same?

Why Enrolled Agents Are The Better Choice For Back Tax Negotiation

Enrolled agents are the only tax professional trained specifically in tax matters.  They are federally licensed directly by the IRS and have a background specific to taxation.  To become an EA, you must pass a comprehensive 3-part examination in these areas:

  • Individual tax
  • Businesses tax
  • Representation
  • Practice & Procedure

An enrolled agent is a federally licensed tax practitioner who has unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the IRS”.

– National Association of Enrolled Agents

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At Reliance Tax Group, we believe in helping those with tax problems, not adding to their financial burdens. That is why we proudly serve you on a flat fee basis. That means one set fee that covers all our services to resolve your tax issues. Period.

All of our Enrolled Agents at Reliance Tax Group are required to complete 30 hours of continuing education per year.