As an A+ BBB rated tax resolution company, Mike Habib EA offers answers to the questions many taxpayers are asking before they get involved with a respected tax resolution company. For those looking to get tax relief from back taxes here are some things to know about tax problem resolution.
1) The first of many questions people ask is how long does it take to resolve their tax problems and get tax relief?
A: From the time we receive all of the appropriate documentation, a typical tax resolution case usually takes 3–4 months assuming the taxpayer is compliant and has filed all their tax returns. Some cases can take up to 9 months or more.
2) What documentation is needed for the tax resolution company to complete and resolve a tax problem?
A: A reliable tax resolution company would obtain the taxpayer's tax records, and also obtain the taxpayers financial statements to analyze the taxpayer's reasonable collection potential (RCP).
3) But what if the taxpayers does not have all the necessary paperwork to file unfiled tax returns, can tax resolution be performed?
A: Yes, a respected tax resolution company would be able to get your tax records such as W2's, 1099's, 1098's etc. The taxpayer should not worry about obtaining their lost tax documents.
4) Can I use my own tax preparer to resolve my tax problem?
A: From our experience, it is most beneficial and cost efficient for the taxpayer to retain a tax resolution specialist who is very familiar with and specialize in tax problem resolution and representation field. Don't compromise on your representation, it's your fundamental right to protect yourself and learn about all your tax relief options.
5) What about the cost of your service?
A: Simple, we resolve the taxpayer's tax problem based on a reasonable flat fee, no additional fees are incurred by the taxpayer. All fees are quoted to the client at their initial free consultation.
6) Another popular, and very important question is who will handle the taxpayer's case from start to finish?
A: Not all tax resolution companies like this question. Many companies out there will have you speak to "consultants", "assistants", "case managers", and so on. As an A+ rated company, your case is handled from start to finish by the principal of the firm, Mike Habib EA himself. Mike will be your power of attorney and represent you before all administrative levels of the IRS. See our popular Beware Report.
7) Will tax resolution professionals be available to assist with an IRS audit?
A: Yes, a respected and licensed tax resolution specialist can represent you at an IRS audit. Mike Habib EA represents all his clients and to the client's surprise they do not have to be personally present at the audit.
Now that you have answers, who do you call for a free case analysis?
Contact Mike Habib EA at 1–877–78–TAXES [1–877–788–2937].
Mike Habib focuses his tax practice on tax resolution services in all 50 states including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.