“I Lost My Records, Can I Still File? Does The IRS Have My Info? ”

Some people can’t find all their records to file old tax return. Don’t worry, we even have ways to help you when you don’t have records.

Taxpayers have the right to look at their own IRS file. Many people would be surprised to see how much, and often how little the IRS actually knows about them. Requesting such records is best done by a professional who understands how the IRS works and can read the coded documents in your file.

Professionally requesting such information does not raise any red flags and the information is usually obtained within 30 to 45 days. This is the first step in reducing the stress of un-filed returns and the unknown. If you’re concerned about what IRS knows about you and you want to get those old returns behind you, we can take a quiet peek.


Please Contact Us to end the Worry and Stress of Your IRS Problems.





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