Choosing a tax professional to represent you or your business is one of the most important decisions that you’ll make, especially when they’re presenting your case before the IRS. It can be the difference between paying large penalties or negotiating a reasonable settlement. Here are some considerations that will help you make the best decision:
What Are My Options For Settling My Tax Debt?
When you or your company has outstanding tax debt, there are five basic options to consider.
After reviewing the details of your tax situation, GJM can provide a written recommendation that outlines the best options for you. There may even be multiple options available to you, and for a small fee, Gil’s office can provide his recommendation in writing. When you’re tired of worrying about your IRS problem and just want the facts, contact Gil J. Munoz, CPA.
IRS Employee Conduct Guidelines
There are specific procedural guidelines that an IRS agent must follow when contacting taxpayers, whether the taxpayer is delinquent or not. The rules are specific and breaking them could result in the termination of an agent.
If you have unfiled or unpaid taxes and want to resolve them, let the office of Gil Munoz, CPA and experienced IRS problem-resolution professional handle your case. You’ll sleep better tonight knowing that we’re on your side.