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Importance of Professional IRS Representation
If you are dealing with IRS problems, our tax relief team can provide you with the IRS help you need. Call us now to have one of our representatives help you with your struggles against the IRS
In order to protect yourself from the harsh practices of the IRS, it is important that you seek competent representation.Trying to defend yourself is about the worst idea a person can make.In order to properly defend yourself, it takes years of experience in dealing with these matters that you can only find from a tax resolution specialist.You cannot just do an hour or two of online research and think you are ready to tackle this obstacle.The IRS will not negotiate with any third party on a payment plan for their client unless they are an Attorney, Enrolled IRS Agent or a Certified Public Accountant.There is a very good reason for that.These qualified individuals are experienced in accounting and legal matters and have the necessary tools to provide proper, educated representation to you.
A lawyer has to take 7 years of courses at a university in addition to countless examinations in order to be allowed to practice law. CPA's and Enrolled Agents have to go through many years of schooling and training to learn the knowledge it takes to become competent in tax matters. It is a very specialized industry and the knowledge it takes to negotiate with the IRS intelligently is not commonly known even to most CPA's .It would be foolish to risk your future by trying to handle this yourself.You may save a little bit of money by not having to pay someone to do the work for you.But without proper representation, you will miss something important or say the wrong thing and that will cost you 20 times what it costs to hire a tax professional.
Each of these agents who work for the IRS deal with hundreds of people just like you every year.They have heard every excuse; they have seen every trick in the book.They are excellent at catching people in lies and or getting them to disclose something you should not have disclosed.There is a lot of information that you are not legally required to furnish to these IRS agents and collection departments.Even if you read up on this information, you will never be able to remember it while under fire from a nasty IRS agent.Even if they aren't entitled to it, they will request the information anyway and put you in a position where you feel obligated to give it to them, even though you may not be.Sort of like when a mechanic tells you he needs an extra 500.00 to fix your engine when you know there is nothing wrong with it but there is nothing you can do about it because you know that if your refuse they will probably just damage your car intentionally.I haven't met too many people who can look into the face of the IRS and refuse to give them requested information.You should not even put yourself in a situation like that.A tax payer absolutely needs a buffer between themselves and the IRS.This is where the services of an expert tax resolution specialist can save you a lot of money.