Atlanta, John Creek, Alpharetta CPA: Where to Send Your Mail Requests When You Need Tax Information
If you are interested in sending in requests for forms, instructional documents, and IRS publications, you should send your request envelope to this address where you would have normally have filed your income tax return. For a complete list of these and where to file please see http://www.irs.gov/file/index.html
If you are in need of Receiving Information from the IRs through DVDs
With the mail order you can receive instructional DVDs from the IRS (Publication 1796). We have listed the names of the DVDs below: • Instructions for your current-year forms and publications • As well as the same for the prior year • They will send you Tax Map, which can be used to find and research information electronically • Included is a Frequently Asked Questions guide about Tax Laws and Codes • A List of topics from the IRS hot line information systems • The actual Internal Revenue code defined by the IRS in full. • Easy to complete, fill in the blank tax documents • A beneficial list of IRS tax bulletins and posts • A list of toll free and email support names and numbers
This release twice a calendar year, January and March. These DVDs can be bought from the NTIS from the website : www.irs.gov/cdorders for $30. These DVDs are helpful and informative. Though many smaller issues such as requesting a copy of a prior tax return or a copy of a prior tax form can be best handled by yourself. I suggest that all taxpayers who are facing any substantive issues such as the below retain a CPA who is well versed in tax representation issues, back taxes and tax advocacy.
Help 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. See http://www.hiscpa.com/avoiding-audits.html
Atlanta Offer in Compromise When all else fails and if you qualify, the IRS and Georgia both have a program which will enable you to work to solve the severest tax problems. Visit http://www.hiscpa.com/offer-in-compromise.html
Atlanta IRS Installment Plans to Pay Your Past Due Taxes The IRS has long been in the business of helping taxpayers get back into the system to ensure that taxpayers are able to pay their taxes over time. For those who do not qualify for an Offer in Compromise or to pay the taxes and interest in full, while seeking penalty abatement, an Installment Plan is a prudent and wise choice and alternative to get your past taxes due paid and current. See http://www.hiscpa.com/installment-plans.html
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