Know Your Rights

You have the right to be professionally represented when dealing with the IRS.

Can you represent yourself? Certainly. However, those who represent themselves are at a big disadvantage because they typically do not know their rights. They tend to reveal irrelevant information which is then used against them.

Clients who have initially tried to represent themselves found the experience excruciatingly stressful and ended up making the situation much worse. Unfortunately, IRS agents are trained to use intimidation and manipulation techniques on taxpayers representing themselves.

We recommend you consult with us before you say something to the IRS you may regret. Remember, IRS employees are paid to look out for the government’s interest, not for yours.
If you are currently dealing with the IRS you have the right to immediately stop any questioning and ask for time to obtain professional tax representation.








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Typical Problems
You're Not Alone

I Owe Too Much. Will The IRS Settle For Less? The IRS is Going To Audit Me I Owe Payroll Taxes Do I Have To Pay All These Penalties? I Haven’t Filed My Tax Returns For Years I Lost My Records, Can I Still File? Does The IRS Have My Info? I Could Only Afford Small Monthly Payments. Is This OK? The IRS Is Going To Garnish My Wages The IRS Is About To Levy My Bank Account The IRS Is Going To File A Lien Against Me The IRS Is Going To Seize My Assets My Spouse, Fiancé, Ex Is Having IRS Problems” Could It Affect Me? The IRS Has Notified My Customers About My Problems Can The IRS Take My Social Security, IRA, 401K, and Pension?

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