IRS Tax Problem Help – Get the Right Tax Help to Solve IRS Problems, use Former IRS Agents
Do not be ripped off! It is easy to find out the Best Tax Firm for yourself.
Fresh Start Tax LLC is one of those tax firms with the highest rating in the business. 1-866-700-1040.
There are thousands of sites in the Internet that claim they are the right and best tax resolution firm/ company to get you IRS Tax Relief for IRS Tax Problems.
So how do you pick a tax firm to resolve your IRS problem once and for all?
With the down fall of J.K.Harris, Roni Duetche and Tax Masters you should look closer on who you chose before paying any money over to a tax firm that claims to be the best. There are many good one but few great ones.
Here is a list of things you should check for before choosing a tax resolution company.
1. Check out the Better Business Bureau Rating.
When looking at the BBB rating, find out how many complaints the company has had overall and especially those in the last couple months. This is usually a good indicator on the health of the company. Many companies actually have lawsuits filed against them.
2. Check out how long the Company has been in existence for.
If a company is brand new you may want to check a little further. Usually a history of how many years in business is a good indicator to the health of the Company. Stay away from new companies. Many times new companies are old companies that had to fold because of the number of BBB complaints and rating.
3. Check out how much IRS experience the companies employees may have.
As a Former IRS Agent and Teaching Instructor I have worked thousands of cases. Without any question while there are many good representatives that have not worked for the IRS the true cream of the crop of those who were former Agents.
Because they knew the closing systems and the tax procedures to close out the case. The former IRS agents were able to package the case the get the very best results for there clients. There is nothing like knowing the system.
3. When calling a tax company ask to speak directly to the person or professional that will be working your case. Insist on making that conversation taking place. If they are to busy to speak to you walk away quickly.
4. Check to make sure how many cases that person has worked before and what the probably result could be.
An experience tax professional can tell you with a high degree of accuracy how the case will probably be resolved. I can probably do that 99% of the time.
5. Check on the cost.
Flat fees are preferred so you do not get socked in the end. Some of these firms are charging $7500 and up. They are scam artists. Get two or three cost comparisons from various companies.
6. Does the firm guarantee a result.
No firm up front can guarantee a result. You must at least see a verified financial statement before rendering an opinion. If the firm is pushing they can get get you a tax settlement leave quickly. The offer in compromise” pennies on a dollar ” ploy has scammed thousands of taxpayers. Do not be a fooled.
7. Beware – When you call most companies you are calling a salesman. These people are called closers in the business. They sign you up make about 25% fee and promise you the moon without knowing much about the IRS. JK Harris was famous for this. You must check the credentials of the person you are talking with over the phone, at all cost avoid closers. Ask to speak directly to Tax Attorneys, Tax Lawyers, CPA’s, Enrolled agents or Former IRS agents.
8. Beware of Splash ads.
If you are cruising the Internet you will find thousands of what we call splash advertising campaigns. You can recognize them because they have little tax information and there will not be a Firm Bio page. These are advertisers trying to sign you up and sell your information to the highest bidder. Do not fill out these forms. Call the tax firm directly who you may want to hire.
Do your homework before hiring a Professional Tax Firm. Make sure they have on staff Board Certified Tax Attorneys, Lawyers, CPAs, Former IRS Agents and Managers. Also, check the following to ensure the creditability and history of the Tax Firm.
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