I had a Federal Income Tax lien against me for $32,539 for unpaid income taxes dating back to the tax year 2000. Previously, I had been working with a tax professional who told me he could get my tax obligation reduced to $500 and the tax lien would be eliminated. On May 5th, 2016, I filed an Offer in Compromise (OIC) with the IRS and went through the process. On January 6th, 2017, I received a rejection letter from the IRS for my offer of $500. They said they would agree to a settlement of $14,902.60 for the full amount of the tax lien. I was, also informed if I didn’t agree with that I had a certain time frame to file an appeal. At this point, I decided to call Lance Drury to see if through this was all I could do. After my initial meeting with him I was convinced that if I turned this matter over to him I would get a fair and complete deal. He investigated my entire tax situation and filed the appeal. He asked for detailed information the first tax professional didn’t. He dug into every penny of my expenses and assets. After much negotiating with the IRS he got results. On May 24th, 2017, I received a letter from the IRS accepting my OIC for $500 and I could even make payments. I had initially paid them $100 to file and sent them the balance of $400 to put this whole nightmare to rest. Thanks, Lance, for your expertise and help in resolving this for me. My fee to you was money well spent.