Alpharetta/Suwanee CPA Firm…Do Rainy Days, Monday’s and IRS Tax Issues Got You Down?
Do Rainy Days, Monday’s and IRS Tax Issues Get You Down? Well, that is more than normal, it is expected. But don’t let the fear of addressing your open IRS tax obligations affect your aggressively handling of fixing and providing a solution of IRS open tax monies. The below is a sample letter we might receive from a client reeling from the stress of IRS representation issues.
Your Rights as a Taxpayer
Good morning John, I feel like a complete slacker these days. I know I am supposed to call you but I am not finding time while I’m at work like I thought. I did however receive a letter from the IRS about the amount of our return being credited to what we owe and they have a balance (for our personal) of $10,000 now.
I will need to take another day off so I can sit down and talk to you (via phone) unless a Saturday morning is possible. I really don’t want to make excuses but so many personal things have been happening lately with our parents and honestly when I even start thinking of the IRS stuff I get sick to my stomach. I will try to work from home Friday or Monday if there is a particular time you are available for me to call you.
Thank you again,
Below is my response:
Feel free to call any time…
I can meet during the weekend or we make an appointment during the week.
I suggest that we address this ASAP before the IRS might pursue collection efforts, if you have any more outstanding monies.
I best advice is always to aggressively deal with the open monies due the IRS before the IRS pursues aggressive IRS collection efforts as our best chance/way of tax representation success.
Working with the IRS…Solving IRS Tax Issues
Don’t fight the IRS but work with them to resolve your tax problems. Discover a myriad of legal ways the IRS is eager and willing to work with you to resolve any unpaid debts, penalties, and interest. See http://www.hiscpa.com/working-with-the-irs.html
Withholding and Extensions
Paying your taxes made easy. This section will enable you to quickly grasp the general guidelines of tax law requiring that you pay taxes as you earn money. As well, extensions and their uses and limitations are disclosed and discovered. Visit http://www.hiscpa.com/paying-taxes.html
Avoid an IRS Audit
Discover simple steps that you can do to help prevent an IRS audit. Though the tax code is at times very difficult to understand and comply, these basic simple steps will help you avoid an IRS audit. For more information http://www.hiscpa.com/avoiding-audits.html
John Dillard CPA of His CPA PC….Serving Alpharetta & Suwanee as a CPA for Decades