Tax Resolution Explained
Updated: Jun 21
What is Tax Resolution?
Financial Advisors that specialize in tax resolution can do far more for you than help file your income taxes. They can offer you tax advice and representation that saves you stress and thousands of dollars. Want to add a caption to this image? Click the Settings icon.
A financial advisor has a thorough understanding of tax law. He or she can help you deal with an audit notice from the IRS, state or local government. When you feel like your tax problem is too big to handle on your own a tax accountant can be your advocate.
How a Financial Advisor Helps You
A financial advisor helps you in a variety of ways. They can take the stress away from you when you have received an audit notice from the IRS.
You should keep in mind that tax accountants have dealt with the IRS in numerous other cases. They are fully aware of the mishaps that can occur when the IRS files an audit notice against you.
They know that the IRS may have misunderstood the facts in your case, and they may have to make the effort to explain the facts of your case to the IRS.
Here are some of the other ways that tax accountant can help you:
* File an appeal * Set up a payment plan * Remove Liens or Levies * Negotiate a tax settlement