Representation before the IRS is usually associated with going to Tax Court and suing the IRS to save you owe at least $10,000 in tax liability.Â Statistics show that IRS audits are on the rise – read about the types of audits by clicking here.
The Tax Pros are not tax attorneys or Certified Public Accountants, but we can affordably resolve your tax issues and get the IRS to leave you alone.
Unless you owe more than $10,000 in back taxes, you just donâ€™t need to pay those high fees for that type of representation. My 32 years of Individual and Business Professional Tax Preparation has enabled me to be very successful in representing Taxpayers before the IRS. This representation provides an acceptable resolve to your tax issues, with the IRS or State of California, and also at a price you can afford.
The midnight commercials you see about settling for 10 cents on the dollar are extremely misleading. That process takes at least a year, costs you a $150.00 filing fee (not such a big deal), but then you have to provide 20% of your â€œofferâ€ up front with no refund and no guarantee of acceptance. In fact the IRS has a 15% acceptance ratio of applications submitted for its OIC (Offer in Compromise) program.
Two recent cases just happen to be in the same occupation and the result was simply outstanding for our clients. You can access the audio comments at my testimonials page. But briefly they involved Day Traders and how stock market sales are reported to the IRS.
One taxpayer was served at his home with a $1.2 million deficiency summons. This took less than a year to defend, and we were able to show proof to the IRS that while he did owe some back taxes the amount was only $13,350.
The second tax payer was also served a summons for $425,000, also as a Day Trader, and we were able to get him down to a $1414 refund based on what he had being paying in monthly.
After 32 years of Professional Preparation Terry Smith and his team ofÂ tax professionals know how to work with the IRS and Franchise Tax Board, and most importantly, how to get them to just leave you alone.
If you have an upcoming hearing, review or investigation with the Internal Revenue Service or the Franchise Tax Board, please take a moment to give Terry Smith a call.Â Your first hour and over 30 years of advice is always free.