Licensed Tax Professionals Are Your Best Option
When it comes to dealing with the IRS, people tend to be unsure if they should approach on their own or hire someone to help them. Under the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights, you are allowed to have a tax professional handle any issue that you have with the IRS. If you’ve dealt with tax rules, regulations and laws to any degree you know one thing: they are complicated and always changing. A tax professional will fight hard for your best interests and make sure you are effectively represented. There are only three types of tax professionals who can represent taxpayers before the IRS:
1. Licensed Tax Attorneys 2. Enrolled IRS agents 3. Licensed CPAs
When you work with The W Tax Group you will be represented by one or ALL three of these tax professionals.
Common Tax Issues We Can Help You Solve
A Tax Group You Can Trust
When you’re looking to hire a nationwide tax resolution group to help you get your tax situation under control, you want to know that the attorneys and other staff members you’re calling are people you can trust.
Our tax office has helped countless clients manage their tax debt, and we can help you, too. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, so you know we can be trusted.
Our Tax Relief Process
Our process is simple. We start with a free tax debt analysis, during which you can tell us about your tax issue, your situation, and your income concerns, and we can put together a plan to get you out of debt.
Next, our office will thoroughly investigate your tax issues and come up with the best solution for your situation. Finally, we will communicate with the IRS and ensure that you are in compliance with them as you work on the plan we’ve laid out for you.
We deal with many tax resolution services, any one of which could be just what you need to solve your tax dilemma. We can assist you with offers in compromise, installment agreements, lien and levy releases, penalty abatement, filing back tax returns, currently not collectible, tax audit representation help, and communicating with the IRS.