We also provide expert IRS representation services because we understand that few things evoke more fear than receiving a notice from the IRS. We act as your representative in front of state and federal agencies to help resolve your issue in a timely manner with as little stress as possible. Professional representation can be vital during an audit, and our experience with tax authorities enables us to guide you through your situation with ease and expertise.
A Certified Public Accountant, an attorney or an Enrolled Agent are the only ones permitted to represent taxpayers before the IRS, and every client must give the licensed tax professional a written power of attorney to speak to the IRS on their behalf. Our clients generally do not speak or meet with IRS representatives.
Here are a few of the common situations we can resolve:
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