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Best Tax Resolution Firm in Houston Texas

By on Jul 3, 2013 in tax companies in houston TX | 0 comments

logoThere are many reasons why you may not have filed your tax for several years. You may not have been able to find your records and time has just slipped away, or perhaps you no longer have a partner who did the paperwork for the family. In these and other examples you may fear dealing with the IRS on your own, especially if you think you may owe some money.

All of these scenarios can be overwhelming, however, it is important to resolve the situation. Filing your tax is important because it is the law and not filing a tax return can be considered a felony. Leading an adult life without filing your taxes can impact on your activities in other areas of your life. For example, buying or refinancing a house usually requires that you are up-to-date with your returns. Also, during the years that you have not filed your returns the IRS might file substitute returns for you without deductions, and you will owe more taxes than you would have had you filed them yourself.

When a suitably qualified person from a reliable tax firm handles your dealings with the IRS you can quickly gain peace of mind. Most situations are NOT as a bad as you may think.

Choosing a good tax resolution firm can be another area of fear that has kept you from sorting out your tax matters. With so much at stake, it takes a lot to trust another person to resolve your tax debt. Also, if a federal tax lien has been filed against you, you may be receiving calls from telemarketers and tax resolution firms offering their services.

Here are some tips that will assist you with choosing your firm.

Ensure the firm files missing tax returns

Be sure you are clear whether or not the firm will prepare your tax returns for the agreed upon fee. Some firms do not prepare tax returns, leaving you with the responsibility of filing the missing tax returns or hiring an accountant.

Research the credibility of the firm 

Check the firm’s BBB rating and the length of time they have been in business, and also if any client complaints have been lodged against them. While one or two online complaints may not be indicative of poor service, numerous complaints may establish a pattern of poor customer service. Ask for testimonials from former clients.

Find out how much IRS experience the firm employees have

Find out how many cases the employees have resolved successfully as this will indicate experience dealing with the IRS system. With a wealth of experience they should also be able to advise what the probable result will be, although bear in mind that no tax firm can guarantee results as the IRS makes decisions.

Ensure you are working with the right professional in the firm

Only a licensed Attorney, CPA or Enrolled Agent can negotiate with the IRS on your behalf. In the first instance, ask for one of these personnel and check their credentials to avoid unqualified sales staff. Determine who will be your main point of contact at the firm and how you will communicate (via email, phone, etc.)  Be sure that you will be able to contact your representative and receive a timely response. Don’t settle for unreturned phone calls or having to deal with an unqualified assistant.

Protect yourself from hidden fees and charges

Ask what the fees will be to resolve your case and ask for specific information on when additional fees would be charged, and request that these reasons be put in writing. Be sure to have any agreement be as specific as possible to ensure that you are protected from future requests for additional fees. Also, don’t be afraid to split the fee over several months as payments can be made as work is performed.

Find out exactly what your obligations will be

In most cases you will need to provide financial documentation or other information to pursue a resolution of your case. Be sure you know how you are expected to participate in the process. If not, you may be thinking that the firm is taking care of your case when they are waiting on information from you.

Success Tax Relief has a strong team of experienced tax professionals who have embedded in their daily work practice to address all of the concerns mentioned above. They all have a strong commitment to working aggressively as your advocate with the IRS and are trained to proactively explain and discuss with you, in simple terms, all viable options in your case. Success Tax Relief has staff members comprising Enrolled Agents, Certified Public Accountants, Tax Attorneys, Financial Analysts, Case Coordinators, Tax Preparers and Tax Consultants who have helped thousands of people with their tax problems and will work with you to create a template for future compliance.

With Success Tax Relief’s commitment to service, we help take the emotional burden off your shoulders. Call us at 1-888-825-1179 and start breathing easier today.

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