IRS Trouble Solvers™ represents individuals and businesses before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the State Department of Revenue (IDR). From the firm’s inception in 1991, our tax attorneys and enrolled agents have successfully resolved IRS tax problems for individuals and businesses. When owing more than $10,000.00 to the IRS or State, it usually makes sense to hire a tax resolution expert. If you need assistance with the IRS or the IDR, our qualified tax attorneys and enrolled agents will work diligently for you. Furthermore, you won’t have to deal with the IRS, relieving many people’s anxiety and stress. We can assist you if the IRS contacts you. The BEST bet to resolve your IRS debt!®
Enrolled agents, Tax Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) all have unlimited practice rights regarding tax resolution. Keeping up with ever-changing tax laws for both individuals and businesses requires significant schooling, as well as strict continuing education. Tax resolution professionals are unrestricted in their practice, meaning they can represent any taxpayer, handle any tax matter, and represent clients before any IRS office. A taxpayer can be represented by any of them in Tax Court.
Tax law expert who is federally authorised to represent the Internal Revenue Service as an enrolled agent by the United States Department of the Treasury who has advanced training and is conversant with tax laws. In order to earn this specialized designation, individuals must pass a three-part comprehensive IRS examination covering individual and business tax returns or they must have experience as former IRS employees. The IRS awards enrolled agent status as the highest credential. These individuals are capable of representing taxpayers at any stage of the tax resolution process. A person who attains this elite status must adhere to ethical standards and complete 72 hours of continuing education every three years.
An attorney who specializes in tax law is a tax attorney. Legal tax professionals can assist with settling tax debts, assisting with filing unfiled returns, stopping wage garnishment, removing property liens and levying accounts, as well as coming up with compromises with the IRS. An intensive educational program is required beginning with a BA in either business or accounting, followed by three years of law school, earning a Juris Doctor (JD), and then passing the state bar examination. Tax attorneys can represent both individual and business clients before the IRS at all stages of the resolution process.
Certified Public Accountants must have a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or business administration and at least 150 hours of education. They must also have two years of public accounting experience. Besides passing the intensive Uniform CPA Exam, CPAs must also complete at least 120 hours of continuing education every three years. As a professional tax preparer, CPAs are much better qualified and experienced than average taxpayers working for tax preparation chains. CPAs are held to a high level of professionalism and required to follow an Ethics Code. Both business and individual taxpayers may be represented by a Certified Public Accountant before the IRS.
An essential aspect of tax planning is analyzing a financial situation or plan to ensure that all elements are in place to help you legally pay as little tax as possible. The term tax efficient refers to plans that minimize taxes paid. Planning for tax obligations should be an important part of any investor’s financial plan.