An Enrolled Agent will take care of your IRS problems for you.
If you received a letter from the IRS, you recommend contacting a tax lawyer, an enrolled agent, or a CPA right away. What is the difference between a tax lawyer and an enrolled agent? A tax lawyer can take care of your tax court issues. An enrolled agent takes care of your IRS problems and tax problems on the IRS level. Tax problems don’t go away on their own. In fact, they get worse if ignored. “Tax lawyer near me” is a good google search option. “An enrolled agent near me” is an option that might save you money on the tax resolution services provided to you, though.
Don’t let the IRS take advantage of your hard-earned money. Review your tax returns with a tax professional.
Some people think that not opening a letter from the IRS somehow magically constitutes not receiving the letter. IRS letters don’t work like that. Once they are in your mailbox, they are being mailed by the IRS. This means the IRS wants something from you. Don’t ignore IRS letters. Open it. Maybe they are writing to say that they love you and owe you money? Yeah,..right. I didn’t think so, either.
What to do when you received a letter from the IRS? You have options: taking care of it on your own (if you are a tax lawyer, an enrolled agent, or a CPA). Another option is to contact an enrolled agent that may save you money on the services provided and take care of your IRS problems on the IRS level (just like a CPA or a tax lawyer represent you on the IRS level). Enrolled agents are licensed to represent taxpayers before the IRS. “Tax lawyer near me” google search will take you to agencies that employ a tax lawyer, a CPA, and an enrolled agent. Tax lawyers can also represent you in tax court. A CPA or an enrolled agent can’t represent you in tax court. Most tax problem cases get resolved on the IRS level and never reach the tax court anyway.
Tatiana Loughman EA, ChE, has a wide range of experiences in accounting, taxes, IRS representation.
She will help you get in compliance with the IRS by filing unfiled tax returns, doing business bookkeeping, payroll and calculate any available tax credits you are eligible for. If you received a letter from the IRS, don’t throw it away, burn it or cut. The IRS doesn’t care if you destroyed it. They will send you another one. And guess what? The second letter will have higher penalties listed there.
Looking for a tax lawyer? Consider an enrolled agent. Enrolled agents are licensed to represent taxpayers before the IRS. Enrolled agents can’t represent you in tax court. Most cases never reach the tax court. Most cases get resolved on the IRS level. There are many options to resolve your IRS problem: Offer in Compromise, the fresh start program, voluntary disclosure programs, installment agreement, reasonable cause letters, etc. The enrolled agent may save you money on tax services provided vs. a tax lawyer.
We have many satisfied clients who received IRS letters, were looking for a tax lawyer, found us, and were very happy with the results.
“Tax lawyer near me” Google search will lead you to find firms that represent taxpayers and taxpayers’ IRS problems. They employ enrolled agents, tax lawyers, and CPAs. All these credentials are qualified to tax care of IRS problems on the IRS level.
IRS letters are time-sensitive. The longer you wait to contact a tax lawyer, a CPA, or a specialized IRS representation specialist, the more penalties you expose yourself to.
For example, we never charge money based on how much you owe to the IRS or how much money in penalties was approved to remove by the IRS. We never charge a percentage of money saved.