You have just received a letter from the IRS and now your panic button is on. An IRS representation is what you need. Yes, receiving an IRS notice can be unnerving, stressful even, but it’s not something to be scared of. You’ve got us to handle that.
At CPA Solvers, we give you the peace of mind you deserve. We have fully trained staff equipped with IRS knowledge to help you collect and sort our necessary information. We will communicate with the IRS on your behalf to ensure that you achieve a favorable resolution in the end.
You are entitled to tax representation.
As a taxpayer, you are entitled to proper representation. You can either represent yourself or have someone else represent you, with legal authorization, of course. The key here is to make sure that you choose an eligible representative.
Since another person becomes you in front of the IRS, your authorized representative should be a professional taxation expert, usually a tax attorney, enrolled agent or a CPA. Authorization includes signing a tax form along with the Declaration of Representative and Power of Attorney. These formalities are required so that the IRS can aptly deal with your agent.
We will guide you through the IRS representation process.
We have extensive experience in representing individuals and companies in various IRS situations. We manage the whole process from addressing documentation requests to carefully reviewing IRS inquiries for proper response.
Our professional staff fully understands IRS questions to rid you of the hassle of an IRS audit and ultimately provide you with the best possible solution. Aside from the aggravation, IRS audits can pretty costly, too. We can alleviate that burden as we guide you through the IRS audit process.
You can focus on your business.
No matter how eloquent you are, facing and discussing with the IRS can still be pretty tough. In fact, most individuals and businesses have a difficult time dealing with tax authorities.
With years of IRS representation experience, our staff can represent you professionally even in compromising situations. From talking on your behalf to answering even their toughest questions, we’ll make sure you get the most beneficial solution.
Aside from IRS notices, we will also help you deal with other government inquiries. In case of an IRS audit, we have expanded rights to help you review your accounts with the IRS so we can determine an advantageous course of action to resolve the case.
We will help you review possible installment repayment and tax debt elimination plans under the compromise program of the IRS.
We aim to educate our clients.
As lawful agents, we are dedicated to our advocacy to increase awareness on the timely filing of tax returns. We also want to educate our clients on continually updating themselves with regards to tax code changes in compliance with proper tax reporting and payments.
Nobody wants to be audited by the IRS or be in any situation that needs dealing with tax authorities. Even if you believe your records are straight, you cannot undermine the fact that at some point, you will have to face the IRS. It will be a nerve-wracking experience for sure but knowing that you have back-up lessens the pressure somehow.
At CPA Solvers, we will handle the negotiation process and settle whatever claims or payments you may have with the IRS and other taxing authorities.
What are the common tax problems?
Some cases that we’ve encountered include unfiled returns for three years at least. There are some that date back to thirty years, though, and it’s something that isn’t new to us, as well. Whatever circumstances surrounding your tax situation, we will help you prepare the tax returns and set your records straight once and for all.
Credited as the government’s powerful collection scheme, a tax levy or garnishment may affect your bank accounts, assets, paychecks and even a specific percentage of your social security assistance.
Tax liens are filed by the government to protect its interests. This usually results from unpaid tax balance. When a tax lien is filed against you, it could adversely affect your credit standing and financial stability.
The government also makes mistakes and when it does, the taxpayers can appeal its decision. We will help you go through the process so can take back what’s yours legally.
Types of Tax Audits Used by the IRS
An office audit basically requires you to face an IRS representative or auditor. You will be asked to bring in specific documents like books of accounts, records and bank statements. You will also be asked questions regarding your documentation.
The IRS will send you a mailed notice once you have been chosen for audit. It does not necessarily require a personal meeting, but you need to send the required documents within the reglementary period provided.
This is an in-depth inquiry by the IRS. The meeting usually takes place in your place of business or at your home.
Whatever type of audit you might receive, all prove to be somehow stressful. The audit results will vary, as well. Lucky for you if the IRS representative is satisfied with your proof. If not, you may need to change your tax return based on his suggestion. You can either agree or disagree with the changes. If you agree, you have to establish a payment plan. Otherwise, you can request an appeal.
Do Not Ignore IRS Notices
Just like any other professionals, the IRS agents are only doing their jobs by working with taxpayers. Never ignore an IRS notice as this could lead to future problems. As a taxpayer, you have every right to learn about tax laws and regulations.
For more concise explanations, consult the tax experts. You will be more confident when you know you have a support team behind you. Contact CPA Solvers and we will provide IRS representation on your behalf.
Let CPA Solvers Provide IRS Representation
At CPA Solvers, we do everything in accordance with tax rules and regulations to keep you in line with the Federal and State laws. Among the areas that we thoroughly cover include Individual Representation, Business Audit Representation, Over the Phone IRS Representation, Tax Preparation, and Preparation of Tax Documents.
Most individual and business taxpayers think that once they timely file their taxes and pay their dues everything comes to an end. That’s not the case.
Along the way, you might receive notices from the IRS regarding the information you submitted. Some mishaps occur on tax returns, including discrepancies. This can result in a tax audit.
A tax audit can be frightening so you need all the help you can get. CPA Solvers has successfully helped clients over the years. From the simplest of services that include notice response and research to the more complicated ones like audit representation, we are here to assist you. Save money, time and be stress-free once and for all.