Do Taxation Solutions Provide Planning Services?
Due to our tax expertise, we are well equipped to provide tax planning services. Careful planning is the best way to enhance your tax position and ensure you will be fully prepared at tax time.
Taxation Solutions offers a full range of tax planning services including, but not limited to:
Business Tax Planning
Finance & Refinance Planning
Foreclosures and Repossessions
Home Purchase and Sale Planning
Individual Tax Planning
Sales and Exchanges
What is an Enrolled Agent?
Enrolled Agent (EA) is a designation given by the IRS to tax advisors who have met certain requirements. EAs must pass a rigorous examination and background check as well as meet annual continuing professional education requirements. The designation is so exclusive that EAs account for less than 10 percent of all tax practitioners; they’re considered the best of the best. You will do best when you select an Enrolled Agent to handle your taxes. An EA will provide thorough, insightful, professional service and a superior level of taxation expertise.
What kinds of services do we provide?
As tax attorneys, we advise and represent their clients. We prepare tax returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations, estates, trusts, and any entities required to report taxes. Our expertise in the constantly changing field of taxation allows us to effectively represent taxpayers audited by the IRS. Our seasoned professionals are tax experts in all areas of taxation including:
Fiduciary & Estate Returns
Payroll Tax Issues
Rental Income Returns
Why Should I hire a Tax Resolution Firm?
Dealing with the Internal Revenue Service is a complex and stressful process. A tax resolution firm has a team of individuals such as enrolled agents, bookkeepers, tax preparers and tax attorneys to negotiate and resolve tax reporting issues
Does Taxation Solutions Inc offer year round service?
Yes. We’re here to solve your tax problems and provide support year-round, not just during tax season. Whether you need advice on the tax implications of a business decision, want clarification on a government notice, or just have a simple tax question, Taxation Solutions is here to help.
How long will it take to resolve my tax issue?
We will be diligent in representing you and insure our tasks for your tax resolution case are completed in a timely manner. However, we can’t predict how long it will take for the IRS to make a decision on your case.
Why should I use Taxation Solutions?
We understand the difficulty that individuals and their families face when seeking resolution to their tax issues. Dealing with even the threat of wage garnishments, bank levy or even IRS seizures can take a toll on your health and well being. We don’t want our clients financial futures to suffer and dedicate ourselves to not only solving their currently problems but preventing others in the future.
We represent our clients and fight to in force their rights with the IRS, so they that don’t have to.
We are here to insure that you get not only fairness when dealing with the IRS, but also the peace of mind that your financial security is in good hands so that you can live again.
With Taxation Solutions you are not simply a client, but a taxpayer who needs a trusted friend to deal with the IRS.
What are The Fees for Tax Relief?
The fees for our tax relief services are on a fixed basis. At the time of your free consultation, you will know exactly what the total will be to resolve your tax issues.
We are able to extend the cost of our services to manageable monthly payments to better serve our clients circumstances. Because we do not charge for copies of information, correspondence or meetings with the IRS, your fee does not increase after we are retained.
If I owe for payroll taxes, can the IRS come after me personally?
Yes. Payroll Taxes liability can be assessed to anyone who “willfully” fails to collect or pay the IRS the withholding taxes, under the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty. Being a trust fund tax means that the employer is obliged to collect these taxes and provide it to the IRS.
The party responsible must have known about the unpaid taxes and have “willfully” failed to pay the IRS. This can be a significant problem for businesses that use the taxes to keep the business afloat.
What should I do if I owe the IRS for back taxes but cannot afford to pay my debt in full?
If your intentions are to settle the debt amount with the IRS, you should contact a tax relief firm for assistance. While you have the right to settle the debt on your own, we strongly advise against this. An IRS Revenue Officer is an experienced professional and the settlement process is lengthy and complex. The discussions and negotiations with the IRS require dedicated time and knowledge of tax law. Remember the revenue officer is at their job where you may have to request days off in order to be available for the discussions.
What exactly is a Federal Tax Lien?
A federal tax lien is the United States government’s legal claim to an individual or a business’ personal assets and the rights to property as security for payment of back taxes owed.