When tax trouble strikes and you find yourself in trouble with the IRS, your first thought is probably to hire a tax attorney. While this is a wise move, there is a better option: an IRS tax attorney, in fact, is the best suited professional capable of solving legal tax problems.
The following three types of people are qualified to represent you before the IRS:
- U.S Department of the Treasury Certified Enrolled Agents
- Certified Public Accountants
- Tax Attorneys
Before you hire a tax attorney, determine if your problem has any legal underpinnings. If you’re not sure, consult a tax expert who can advise you. Many taxpayers’ first thought is to hire an attorney. Our special Attorney PLUS Program improves upon this approach. In this program, you will receive crucial assistance from tax experts, along with qualified advice from a tax attorney when needed.
Our team is composed of U.S Department of the Treasury Certified Enrolled Agents, whose primary area of expertise is tax resolution. Enrolled Agents are licensed experts of U.S. tax code. Furthermore, they must maintain this license by obtaining 90 credits every 3 years in continuing education courses.
Representing yourself before the IRS is an unnecessary risk. Tax code is complex and best left to the professionals with years of experience. At Long Island Tax Resolution Services, licensed Enrolled Agents oversee a team of Certified Tax Resolution Specialists, Tax & Bankruptcy Attorneys, and Asset Protection Specialists, all of whom are experts in resolving IRS and state tax issues.
We work tirelessly to reduce the stress that tax debt problems can cause, all while focusing on the specifics that make your case unique. Contact us today!
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