Have IRS Debt or Tax Troubles?

When you face the IRS, you need knowledge and experience on your side.

Local IRS Representation

IRS issues including disputes can be scary, intimidating, and overwhelming. Building the best case to support your position can be a complex process. Let an experienced specialist guide you through the examination and appeals process to help you determine the most effective resolution for your situation and case.

What a Licensed IRS Enrolled Agent May Achieve for You

  • Obtain affordable monthly payment plans to pay off your IRS tax debt
  • Determine if you qualify for tax relief
  • Determine if you can receive penalty or tax debt reductions
  • Help you with your tax liens
  • Help you with bank levies or wage garnishments

When taxpayers retain representation, unless specifically required by the IRS, the taxpayer doesn’t have to attend meetings, appearance, etc. along with their representative, thus saving time.  Also, in most situations, the IRS must suspend an interview if the taxpayer requests to consult with a representative, such as a retained enrolled agent.

Floyd Hickerson, EA - Heartland Tax Service

I will work hard as your IRS Representative to solve your Tax or Debt troubles. Just call me today or fill out this form and one of our team will get back with you shortly.

Floyd Hickerson, EA

Frequent Asked Questions

How can I get started?

You can call us at 501.753.2724 or use the Contact us form and send us a message. Someone in our staff will get back to you ASAP.

How Can an IRS Enrolled Agent Help You?

Heartland Tax Services' qualified IRS Enrolled Agent is ready to provide help! We understand your needs and concerns.

How much does it cost?

The cost will vary based on the complexity and the situation. A full resolution costs anywhere between $2,000 and $6,000. The average cost of our Tax Resolution Services is approximately $3,000. We are a small, yet very aggressive firm with low overhead.

What is an Enrolled Agent (EA)?

An EA is a professional that works for the Taxpayer, in other words, you, that holds the highest credential awarded by the IRS, understands the IRS system and has passed all required training and exams, and complies with ongoing continuing education.

Do you need the help of an IRS Enrolled Agent?

If you are under a tax audit, owe significant sums of money to the IRS, haven't filed your taxes for some time, are basically confused, frustrated or simply in fear of the IRS, We can help get you back on track and in many cases, help you establish a payment plan, obtain an IRS settlement, also called “Offer in Compromise” (OIC).

Client Portal


To visit our Client Portal and upload your documents, please click on the button below.

Heartland Tax Service's

IRS Offers in Compromise

Should the IRS determine that a taxpayer is unable to pay the liability in a lump sum or through an installment agreement, and has exhausted the search for other payment arrangements, the last option would be to file an Offer in Compromise.

IRS Payment Plans

If you cannot pay the amount owed the US Government in income taxes, the IRS may allow you to pay any remaining balance over time in monthly installments through an installment agreement.

IRS Tax Audits

Why am I being selected for an audit?
Selection for an audit does not always suggest there’s a problem. The IRS uses several different methods...