Who should be your Arizona IRS Representative?
- E.A. stands for Enrolled Agent. Enrolled Agents are authorized to represent clients in all 50 states. Attorneys and CPA are only able to represent themselves to clients as Attorneys or CPA’s in the states that they are licensed.
- An E.A. or Enrolled Agent must pass a rigorous test regarding their knowledge of tax law. The Bar exam given to Attorney’s has almost no requirements for tax knowledge. The same is true of the CPA exam.
- IRS agents and IRS officers are known as “bill collectors” and are hired to get the largest payment or settlement they can—that’s their job. Scott Allen E.A. is there to make sure you get the smallest payment or settlement allowed by law.
- It can be very intimidating working with IRS agents and officers. With Scott Allen E.A. you will be put at ease regarding your IRS problem and know that it is being handled by a competent IRS representative.
- Many IRS employees are incompetent or only willing to do the minimum amount of work to keep their manager off their back. You need IRS representation to keep your IRS agent or officer “on their toes”. Scott Allen E.A. can request a conference with your IRS agent or officer if he senses that he is getting the “run around”. That is something most taxpayers are unable to detect.
- Not always but occasionally IRS agents or officers will take advantage of your lack of IRS procedures and policies. IRS agents or officers know that an Enrolled Agent is knowledgeable of IRS procedures and policies.
- Most tax preparers including CPA’s are not experienced in working with IRS resolution work. Scott Allen E.A. expertise is in resolving IRS problems.
Don’t put your head I the sand. It is only a matter of time before the IRS catches up to you. Put time on your side by contacting Scott Allen E.A. today at 480-926-9300 for a free consultation and put your mind at ease.