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Need Help with IRS Income and Employment Back Tax Issues?

We represent businesses and individuals that need help resolving income and payroll back tax issues. As some of you may already know, if you do not pay trust fund taxes (taxes withheld from your employees’ pay) one or two quarters, IRS will send a Revenue Officer (RO) to visit you at home or at your business.

Among the many services we offer, we help with cases that have been transferred by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to the U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ) to foreclose on federal tax liens. Once the case is transferred, USDOJ will file a lawsuit in District Court to begin the process of foreclosing on taxpayers’ assets.

Our assistance extends but is not limited to helping with bank and wage levies, injured or innocent spouse relief, audits, IRS summonses, federal tax liens (FTLs), payroll tax issues, asset seizures, imminent business closures, USDOJ civil issues initiated by IRS, unfiled income and employment tax returns and other issues. Chris and Juan have twenty-three years of combined federal service. Juan worked with the Criminal Division, Fraud Section of the USDOJ after working with the IRS. He has been licensed to practice since March 1993.

Fees. The Analysis stage begins with a $1,600 payment if you are unsure of the current status of your tax issue(s), and there is no further obligation on your part unless you decide to hire us to help resolve your tax issue(s). If you choose us as your representatives, we will deduct the $1,600 payment from the representation fee.

We use the transcripts as a guide to determine the status of your case, to see which Notices IRS has mailed to you, and to determine the best course of action to resolve the tax issue(s). After you hire us as your representatives, IRS will communicate directly with us.

Many taxpayers have never heard of Enrolled Agents. An Enrolled Agent (“EA”) is a federally authorized tax professional. Attorneys and CPAs are licensed by states.  “Enrolled” means to be licensed by the Federal Government, and “Agent” means authorized to appear in place of taxpayers before the IRS. We are authorized to represent taxpayers in all fifty states.