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SuperMoney Tax Relief Review

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Min Tax Debt
$10,000
Service Fees
$1K-$5K
Money Back
Yes

Hailing from Santa Ana, California, SuperMoney prides itself as being a financial services comparison site for a wide variety of financial needs, like tax relief services, loans, debt help, refinancing and more.

Their online marketplace platform works by connecting borrowers to vetted services in their network by first completing a short pre-application form.

All of the upfront details provided are super helpful if you want a quick glance at your options before submitting any information to the website.

Types of Tax Relief Services & Terms

Relief Types Tax preparation, tax resolution, tax settlement, protection plan, installment agreement, offer in compromise, IRS hardship, IRS tax lien, IRS tax levy, FBAR, payroll tax, IRS notice, audit representation, collection statute expiration date (CSED), penalty abatement, back taxes, IRS payment plan
Minimum Tax Debt Required $10,000
Range of Fees $1,000-$5,000 (average)
Type of fees  Flat rate and service-based
Employment Statuses Considered  All employment types considered
Type of Provider  Market
Good For Comparison shopping

 

As mentioned, SuperMoney is not a direct service provider, they’re a marketplace that connects those looking for tax relief services to their network. What’s great about SuperMoney is that you can quickly visit their website’s tax relief page to see their list of services and additional information about each. It’ll show a few details at first glance, like what the fees are and if there is a minimum debt requirement to use the services. If you click on the logo, it will take you to a full overview of the company with more details. This beats having to visit various pages and is something most online lending marketplaces don’t offer.

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SuperMoney Pros

  • Transparency
  • Great customer service
  • Tax relief services in all 50 states
  • Free consultation

SuperMoney Cons

  • No phone customer support

Credentials

The tax relief services in their current network have all the important credentials.

Getting Started

To get started on the tax relief application process, visit SuperMoney.com and click on the “Get Out of Debt” button and then the “Tax Relief” button. From there, you’ll be prompted with a few questions to learn more about your tax needs and overall situation.

The first question will check to see if you qualify for an IRS Hardship Program by asking how much (if any) you owe the IRS. You’ll then be asked a few more questions, including the following:

  • What state you live in
  • What type of tax liability you have (e.g. Federal, state or both)
  • If you have an existing payment plan with the IRS
  • If you have a ‘Currently Not Collectible’ status with the IRS

It’s also helpful that each question will give a brief definition of what they’re asking, in case you don’t know.

After submitting this basic information, it’ll tell you immediately if you’re matched with any of the financial service providers. There isn’t much information on this page other than the  name and if SuperMoney recommends them or not. To get more information, you’ll have to click on the “Continue with 1 Firm” button.

Here, you’ll need to enter some additional information like your name and contact info so that the firm can contact you directly to discuss a personalized quote. The quote request completion page will show a few more details about the company, like their credentials, range of fees, and phone number.

This is where your application ends with SuperMoney and communications begin with the tax firm.

Typically with tax firms, the next step involves scheduling a free consultation to review your case, discuss fees, and submitting documents. Again, SuperMoney is no longer in the picture at this point.

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Requirements & Fees

Tax Relief Requirements

  • $10,000 is the minimum debt requirement

Fees

  • Fees range from $1,000-$5,000 (average)
  • Their partners have a mix of flat rate and service-based fees

Privacy & Security

SuperMoney has an overall positive reputation as a comparison platform. They partner with reputable service providers that have experience in the industry.

Similar to other marketplaces and lending institutions, SuperMoney requires that you consent to their Terms of Site and Privacy Policy, which basically says they can share your information with their partners and affiliates. You can opt out of this at any time.

Customer Service

Like most financial service comparison sites, it’s fairly hands-off once you move forward, so if high-quality customer service is important to you, be sure to check out the firm’s website to see how you can get in touch (phone, email, live chat support).

SuperMoney itself was easy to contact. While they only offer email support, they were quick to reply to our inquiry. Their website also offers a ton of useful resources, like a blog page, expert guides and articles with more information on how to reach different financial goals.

Final Thoughts

Overall, SuperMoney does an excellent job at providing borrowers with the information they need when shopping for any kind of financial product.

When it comes to tax relief services, you can quickly view information on their partners without having to submit any personal information.

Another great aspect of SuperMoney is how they break down financial jargon, which is especially useful when you’re in the process of submitting your pre-application. Pretty much any confusing term that pops up, like IRS Hardship Program, will have a short blurb underneath that explains more about it.

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This website is an informative comparison site that aims to offer its users find helpful information regarding the products and offers that will be suitable for their needs. We are able to maintain a free, high-quality service by receiving advertising fees from the brands and service providers we review on this website (though we may also review brands we are not engaged with). These advertising fees, combined with our criteria and methodology, such as the conversion rates, our team of reviewer's finding and subjective experience and product popularity, impact the placement and position of the brands within the comparison table. In the event rating or scoring are assigned by us, they are based on the position in the comparison table, or according to other formula in the event specifically detailed by us. See our How we Rate page and Terms of Use for information. The reviews, rating and scoring are provided “as-is” without guaranties or warranties regarding the information contained in our website, which shall not be considered as endorsement. We make the best efforts to keep the information up-to-date, however, an offer’s terms might change at any time. We do not compare or include all service providers, brands and offers available in the market.
Jessica Cotzin Jessica Cotzin
Jessica Cotzin is a writer and the Lendstart authority on small businesses and personal loans. She has been writing about personal finance and the loans industry for a number of years, and holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Florida Atlantic University.
This review is based on the writer's personal opinion.