Offer in compromise for backlogged taxes – get an EA, CPA for Back Taxes

Offer in compromise to settle your backlogged taxes – get an EA, CPA for Back Taxes

Nothing can be more stressful and alarming than to face the dark side of the IRS. It can be a case were you owe back taxes following an audit, or taxes due in the current year or the previous years, or employment 941 payroll back taxes. A CPA, EA or tax attorney can be of much help with delinquent taxes and secure a tax settlement (IA, PPIA, OIC, CNC).

Unfiled tax returns, unpaid back taxes, 941 payroll issues, wage garnishment release, bank levy release, tax lien release or withdrawal, RO revenue officer help, IRS audits, IRS appeals, audit reconsideration if you have not addressed your audit initially, penalty abatement and various tax resolution options.

Get a free evaluation of your case at 1-877-788-2937.

Offer in compromise is the best option to settle your back taxes when you are in financial distress.

Owing money to the IRS can devastating and can destroy you beyond help if left unpaid. Though it may seem cruel from your point of view but the fact is that the IRS has the right to place levies and liens against your property to make up for the unpaid back taxes. You may question yourself-Why me? Well, the truth is that it is not just you but according to a study an estimated of twenty million taxpayers owe back taxes to the IRS. A CPA, EA or tax attorney can be of much help with delinquent taxes and secure a tax settlement (IA, PPIA, OIC, CNC).

Now that you have just realized it, don’t brush this matter with a wave of your hand and say “Oh!! Then it’s ok.” NO!!! It’s not!! When faced with back taxes you need to get professional help as soon as possible because if you maintain a lackadaisical attitude, it could lead to seizure of your home sweet home, automobile/s, or bank account/s with serious effects on your credit. And you don’t want to see that happen. A CPA, EA or tax attorney can be of much help with delinquent taxes and secure a tax settlement (IA, PPIA, OIC, CNC).

Unfiled tax returns, unpaid back taxes, 941 payroll issues, wage garnishment release, bank levy release, tax lien release or withdrawal, RO revenue officer help, IRS audits, IRS appeals, audit reconsideration if you have not addressed your audit initially, penalty abatement and various tax resolution options.

Get a free evaluation of your case at 1-877-788-2937.

WHY an EA, CPA FOR BACK TAXES?

Working along with a CPA for back taxes is probably the most sensible decision to take. Not only that, working along with a CPA for back taxes could avert you from ever needing the solutions of a tax lawyer. Anyone who has ever faced an audit knows how confusing, complex, and frustrating the experience can be. Though one may represent themselves or hire a tax lawyer for their back taxes, but hiring a, EA, CPA for back taxes is the best alternative as they provide valuable tax service.

A CPA has the same knowledge as well as the same practice as tax lawyers or enrolled agents have. In addition to that they are the lower cost alternatives. A CPA, EA or tax attorney can be of much help with delinquent taxes with the credentials to appear as a taxpayer’s representative before the IRS procedures; they are adept with IRS audits. EAs, CPAs maintain and update themselves on the latest changes in IRS forms and procedures with the help of their credentials that they earn with continuing education programs.

CPA, EA for back taxes are usually recommended as they have expertise and may offer the best guidance in accounting, bookkeeping services, record keeping, especially when facing complex financial situations caused by lifestyle changes such as an ugly divorce, retirement, or closing a business. To maximize one’s chances of winning a tax settlement (IA, PPIA, OIC, CNC) and at the same time minimizing meeting up with the IRS agents, or collection RO revenue officer summons, EAs, tax attorneys, CPAs are the best option to secure a tax settlement (IA, PPIA, OIC, CNC). Offer in compromise is the best option to settle your back taxes when you are in financial distress.

A CPA for back taxes would be beneficial as a EA, CPA is more experienced when it comes to the ins and outs of the tax code which will be advantageous when one files their returns especially if the EA, CPA has expertise in your area of back taxes. Though you may have the benefit of a doubt, think it over; the U.S. tax code is over 14,000 pages long. Though it’s unlikely that the CPA has read it from A to Z, you can be assured that the EA, tax attorney, CPA has already handled a situation like yours and knows which mistakes to avoid provided they’ve been practicing for many years.

Unfiled tax returns, unpaid back taxes, 941 payroll issues, wage garnishment release, bank levy release, tax lien release or withdrawal, RO revenue officer help, IRS audits, IRS appeals, audit reconsideration if you have not addressed your audit initially, penalty abatement and various tax resolution options.

Offer in compromise is the best option to settle your back taxes when you are in financial distress.

Get a free evaluation of your case at 1-877-788-2937.

HOW TO HIRE an EA, CPA FOR BACK TAXES?

When hiring a CPA for back taxes keep in mind the following:

  1. Before hiring a EA, CPA, track his/her credentials.
  2. Be wary if the EA, CPA demands that he/she be paid in full in the first meeting.
  3. If the CPA guarantees 100% results, with penalties abated etc.. back off that very moment because, there is no way the case will be an easy ride.
  4. Don’t be afraid to ask “How long the CPA has been working with back tax clients”.

If you need guidance or advice pertaining to any of the above mentioned aspects, please do not hesitate to contact Mike Habib, EA, an IRS license enrolled agent. Mike will help you with all the issues pertaining to back taxes, secure a tax settlement (IA, PPIA, OIC, CNC), and represent you in IRS proceedings. At his website www.mytaxrelief.com he equips you with details of various services he offers. Get in touch with him to resolve your IRS problems today.

Unfiled tax returns, unpaid back taxes, 941 payroll issues, wage garnishment release, bank levy release, tax lien release or withdrawal, RO revenue officer help, IRS audits, IRS appeals, audit reconsideration if you have not addressed your audit initially, penalty abatement and various tax resolution options.

Offer in compromise is the best option to settle your back taxes when you are in financial distress.

Get a free evaluation of your case at 1-877-788-2937.

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