of U.S. citizens find themselves at odds with the IRS. In fact over $100,000,000,000
(that's 100 billion dollars) is owed to the IRS in taxes, penalties and
IRS problems is tough enough without having to worry about who is going
to represent you before the IRS. You need a professional who knows how
the IRS works and what steps can be taken to protect you, your family
and your assets. Don't underestimate the importance of your decision on
retaining the right professional; most IRS cases take a fair amount of
time to resolve.
are a very personal type of problem. Possibly you know of someone else
who is suffering from IRS problems and does not know where to turn for
help. Many people live with IRS problems for years, assuming that nothing
can be done to bring about a solution. We focus on helping resolve IRS
tax problems through various settlement methods.
If you or
someone you know is currently struggling with an IRS problem and need
immediate help, we would be happy to meet in confidence for a free, no-obligation
initial consultation to explain possible solutions. Don't delay any longer,
call us today at (281) 488-1854 and ask for the next available appointment.
forward to helping you resolve your IRS problem.
Our service to our clients does not end with the resolution of a certain
tax problem. In fact, many of our tax resolution clients continue to look
to us for ongoing tax planning. Since we are familiar with their financial
history and condition, we are uniquely positioned to prepare future income
tax returns and provide tax-planning strategies.
We are committed
to provide consistent, year-around tax planning and filing services that
help our clients to remain in good standing with the IRS. Please use the
following section to contact us. All information provided is strictly
for a free confidential consultation will be processed once we receive
the above information. Once your case is accepted by us and you authorize
us to assist you, our fees will be based on time spent and vary with each
What is tax problem resolution?
A: Tax problem resolution is a process where we evaluate a taxpayer's
situation regarding a specific IRS tax matter, and develop a plan to resolve
the issue and negotiate with the IRS on a taxpayer's behalf to gain IRS
approval and resolution.
do I know if I qualify for tax problem resolution?
A: Taxpayers who are tired of receiving IRS tax notices or phone
calls and who want to resolve the problem qualify for our services.
IRS keeps calling and sending me letters. What can I do?
A: You could ignore the letters and the situation with the IRS
will most likely get worse. Or you can contact us for a free, initial
1/2 hour consultation to discuss options to assist you.
the IRS take my house and bank account?
A: In most instances, the IRS cannot gain title to your house to
satisfy a tax debt. The IRS can levy your bank account and require your
bank to deduct funds from your account to satisfy a tax debt.
I handle my IRS problems myself?
A: Yes you could - but wouldn't you want an experienced CPA who
understands the IRS tax law and who will negotiate on your behalf with
your best interests in mind? The IRS wants to collect as much tax as they
can in the fastest amount of time. Our focus is to save you as much tax
as possible, and allow you to spend your time each day doing what you
enjoy, instead of worrying about a tax matter or dealing with an IRS agent
who may not be willing to negotiate with you.
How do you charge for your services?
A: Our fees are based on the number of hours spent performing our
services at a rate of $160 per hour. We will attempt to keep our time
to a minimum and will ask for your assistance where applicable in order
to minimize our time. We may require a retainer to begin work on your
case, depending on the circumstances. For your convenience, we also accept
VISA, American Express and Mastercard.
do I get started?
A: Call to schedule a free, initial 1/2 hour consultation. If we
find that you qualify for our services, we will begin work on your case
after receiving a retainer.