I am often asked the question who can act as my IRS tax representative?
You don't want to deal with IRS tax problems without a tax representative by your side.
Americans need to know who can provide full representation for them and their businesses in any dealings with the IRS.
Full representation means that a tax pro can represent Taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service on any tax issue such as:
The submission, filing, or prep work of documents with the IRS in behalf of a taxpayer.
Standing for a taxpayer at hearings, meetings or conferences with the IRS.
Communicating client responsibilities, privileges, and also taxpayer rights with the IRS.
Providing written tax advice to taxpayers on one or more Federal tax issues.
Professionals who have earned the following credential have full representation rights:
Attorneys who are licensed by their designees, a district, or a state court.
Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) who are licensed by state boards of accountancy and various U.S. territories.
Enrolled Agents (EA) are folks that have passed the IRS’ three-part comprehensive test on personal and business tax returns.
It can be unnerving when you receive a notice from the IRS and taxpayers have the right to retain an authorized representative of their choice to represent them in their dealings with the IRS.
I am specially trained to work with taxpayers to collect all the necessary information.
I communicate with IRS agents on your behalf.
In the event of any notice or tax audit by the Internal Revenue Service, you can rest assured that I am on your side.
I utilize my expertise to achieve a satisfactory tax resolution.
I help GOOD FOLKS solve IRS tax problems & start their journey to financial freedom focusing on current tax compliance!