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Tax Attorney.com works with skilled and experienced tax professionals, who have the knowledge and experience to assist you with your tax debt. There are a number of qualified tax professionals who are able to assist you with your tax debt. Working with the IRS and states can be a grueling task without any help. A tax professional can make your life easier, all the while saving you time, headache and money. Our tax specialists work with both business and personal clients to help them navigate and resolve their tax liabilities.

Benefits of Hiring a Tax Professional

  1. The IRS and State taxation agencies would rather work with someone who is knowledgeable of their rules and procedures. This makes their life easier, as well as yours.
  2. With years of experience, a tax professional who has handled cases such as your own will be able to better determine the outcome of your case, and what program to place you in.
  3. Appealing a case to the IRS alone can be difficult. A tax professional can help guide you through the process, and better your chances of a positive outcome.
  4. Protect you from negative collection action such as wage garnishments, liens or levies, as well as criminal action.
  5. Assist you with an audit, by preparing you and your paperwork for the IRS. An audit can go relatively smooth if you are properly prepared.
  6. Communicated on your behalf with the IRS, state, or a revenue officer.
  7. Properly prepare tax forms and documents.

Types of Tax Professionals

Tax Attorney
A tax attorney are licensed attorneys who specialize in tax law, and its complex rules. A tax attorney can help you if you are being audited, accused of fraud, or have a severe tax liability of at least $10,000.
CPA (Certified public Accountant)
A CPA is a tax professional who is licensed by the state. A CPA can help you with many areas of tax, and are very knowledgeable of the IRS and their workings. A CPA is also able to prepare and file complex tax returns.
Enrolled Agent
Enrolled Agents are tax experts who are specially trained and licensed to deal directly with the IRS. This means they are very helpful when requesting a settlement or other IRS programs.
Tax Attorney.com works with tax attorneys, CPA’s, Enrolled Agents, former IRS agents, and tax relief specialists who can assist you with your back taxes. Having a professional on your side to help navigate your tax liability, will save you time, money, and headache. To talk with a tax specialist and see what IRS relief programs you may qualify for; contact us online, or call us at 888-241-0002, and find out what you may be able to save.
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