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Representation: Enrolled Agents- are authorized to practice before the Internal Revenue Service. Meaning as an Enrolled Agent one may represent a taxpayer or agent of a firm in all matters and divisions related to the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Treasury. This program is administered by the Department of Treasury through the Internal Revenue Service by the Office of Director of Practice. This program determines the rules of ethics and practice a tax practioner must adhere to maintain good standing.
Offers and Compromise: Internal Revenue Service program that allows a tax payer to settle with the government for an amount less than the amount the government is attempting to collect. There must be mitigating circumstances present and forward that will substantially hinder or prevent the taxpayer from satisfying the tax debt. The Internal Revenue Service has made some significant changes to the program. Assistance from a professional may make the difference in the success of such an endeavor. Call us we have effective tax solutions for you!
Audit: Almost nothing inspires more fear than receiving an IRS audit letter in the mail. The IRS leaves no stone unturned in its mission to determine the accuracy of your tax return. Audits take significant time away from your business and family, requiring you to gather records substantiating each and every item reported on your tax return.When you’re not fully aware of your rights or know tax laws inside out, it’s easy to let yourself be intimidated by the IRS and audit process – and find yourself with a hefty tax bill in the end. Let us handle it instead! A1Taxperts clients rarely even have to talk with the IRS or deal with the paperwork that goes along with an audit. Simply forward notification of an audit to us and we take it from there so you don’t have to miss work or lose business.
Non-Filed Tax Returns: Failing to file your tax returns is nothing to take lightly. If you do not file, you can be prosecuted and punished with potential jail time. If you voluntarily file your delinquent returns, you’ll likely avoid additional legal issues, other than having to pay the interest and penalties. We can help set a course of action to get you back on track and up to date.
Back Taxes Owed: You filed your returns but didn’t have the money to pay what was due. You intended to catch up, but before you know it, you’re several years in tax debt, and suddenly there is a notice from the IRS looking for the money you owe. Don’t let the penalties and interest add up. We offer several options for resolving unpaid taxes.