Experienced and credible IRS tax relief specialists provide expert help to taxpayers who are struggling financially to make ends meet. In the current economic climate that we find ourselves living through, many distressed taxpayers are finding that it is simply impossible to pay the IRS the back income taxes owed.
Experienced IRS tax relief specialist, that have proven track records of excellence in providing quality assistance to taxpayers, can end up saving their clients thousands of dollars in tax savings. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys, who work with the enforcement division of the IRS daily, can "get things done" that an individual taxpayer cannot. Individual taxpayers do not and should not have an intimate working knowledge of the Income Tax Code or the enforcement of the tax laws.
Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys know how to "get" a client time that needs extra time to file their delinquent income tax returns. An experienced and expert IRS tax relief team should be able have an IRS levy stopped and released in one (1) day.
An experienced and expert income tax resolution group will be able to have your case put on a "collection hold" which will stop enforcement of the IRS debt while a permanent resolution is being put in place.
THE IRS RECOGNIZES 3 PROFESSIONS TO REPRESENT TAXPAYERS:
- Attorney at Law - An Attorney has a degree from a law school and has passed at least 1 state bar exam which allows them a license to practice law. When you are represented by an Attorney, your conversations are protected by lawyer / client privilege. Having an Attorney represent you will carry more weight when resolving your IRS problem.
- C.P.A. - A Certified Public Accountant has studied rigorously to about a degree and is also licensed by a state to carry out their duties. A C.P.A. usually handles matters pertaining to bookkeeping, audits, tax planning etc. Although a C.P.A. can negotiate with the IRS, typically they do not get involved with the enforcement division of the IRS all that much which gives them less "battlefield experience."
- Enrolled Agent - are also know as "EA's." Enrolled Agents are usually but not always, former IRS agents who take a test once a year and are certified by the IRS to represent taxpayers. Although Enrolled Agents can do a very good job, they do not have the level of education that an Attorney or C.P.A. will have. Also, an Enrolled Agent is not licensed by any state and is not subject to disciplinary action by any state agency should you be dissatisfied with their work representation.
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