When is the right time to file your Glendale AZ back tax returns?
For David (a current client of Tax Debt Advisors) the right time was now. Upon meeting with David it was discovered that the IRS had filed returns for David on their numbers. They did not take into consideration any of David’s deductions or expenses. Scott Allen EA was able to successfully prepare and orchestrate a protest to get the balance in in essence save his client over $54,000. Click on the link below to see a copy of the actual acceptance letter from the IRS on the 2009 1040 tax return.
If you are looking to hire a tax preparer to help you with your Glendale AZ back tax returns may I suggest Scott Allen EA. His company has been filing back tax returns since 1977. This is their niche and all that they do. In 2006 Scott Allen EA began the process of purchasing the tax practice from his father and has been handling all the back tax return filings since. He will meet with you for a free initial consultation to evaluate your specific situation and how he can help you from start to finish. To read up more on the process click here to be directed to the IRS settlement process page of his website. Its important that you are represented by someone who is comfortable with the entire process so that your “nightmare” can be resolved as efficiently as possible. Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors is comfortable filings all of your back tax returns.
Filing Glendale AZ back tax returns can save you $25,118.71
Don’t ever just accept that the IRS is always right and you have little to no options to resolve it. That could not be further from the truth. Paul received an audit letter from the IRS stating he owed an additional $25,118.71 on his 2017 tax return. Come to find out this was income that was already reported under his business entity and the IRS was also claiming it as personal income as well because of how the 1099-M was reported. Upon meeting with Scott Allen EA they were able to investigate this issue and file a Glendale AZ back tax returns protest. As you can see from the IRS letter below 100% of the debt was eliminated.