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Avoid Firms without Licensed Professionals

8/9/20161:58 AM(View: 5464)
Avoid Firms without Licensed Professionals
Many tax preparation firms use non-licensed professionals.  They hire indiviudals with fictitious titles such as “tax analyst”, “tax specialist", or "tax consultant".  They may identify themselves as tax specialists, but in most cases, they are unlicensed and untrained in handling complex tax situations.  Without a license, they have nothing to risk by using unlawful tax deductions and credits.  Many are commission based employees with their own best interest in mind.  Please be sure to ask who your tax consultation is with and which professional license they hold.  There are only three professionals who can speak with the IRS on your behalf; tax attorneys, certified public accountants, and enrolled agents.  These professional can give you a better understanding of your tax situation.

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8/9/2016
To help struggling taxpayers settle their debt during these tough economic time, the IRS initiated the Fresh Start Program which implements policy changes to penalty abatements, Offers in Compromise, installments agreements, and...
8/9/2016
With unpaid taxes, the IRS will attach a tax lien to your assets. The tax lien can be “released”; however, the history of the tax lien will cripple your credit score for seven years. A “withdrawal” will expunge it from record as if it never happened…
8/9/2016
Here are some important information for those who have sold or are about to sell their home. If you have a gain from the sale of your main home, you may be able to exclude all or part of that gain from your income. Keep the following in mind when you sell your home.
8/9/2016
With the recent 2008 recession, large Federal deficit, and multiple states on the brink of bankruptcy, many tax authorities have increased their efforts to collect unpaid taxes. Not surprisingly, there has been an increase of tax settlement companies that have flourished.