IRS tax scammers are alive and well. And they don’t go away just because the official tax season is nearly over. These IRS scammers will continue to run their scams, and prey on innocent taxpayers throughout the rest of the year. If you have fallen victim to these crooks, you may need a good tax professional. Needless to say, you will need more than the standard tax preparer to help with this. Instead, you will require the services of a firm that can provide qualified IRS representation. Or if you have questions about the legitimacy of an IRS inquiry, give us a call.
Business & Financial Solutions is a professional tax and accounting firm. And here, you can get a professional tax preparer. But we can also provide IRS representation for all of your tax problems. Our company helps drill down into tax issues. We help navigate you through the complex systems of the IRS. And we assist you through professional representation in clearing out the mess that you have with your taxes.
How IRS Scammers Work
If you have gotten a call from the IRS, there are a few things you need to know. First, the IRS does not call you unless some form of communication has already been initiated by you. And if you have a tax debt, or a tax issues, the IRS will always send you notifications via U.S. postal service. There will always be multiple notices, allowing you the opportunity to resolve this debt. If you call the IRS about the debt, there is some possibility that they may have to research issues, and call you back. However, they will not initiate a call.
The IRS does not file suit against you in order to collect a tax debt. They don’t have to file suit. Again, the IRS will send multiple notices to you, allowing you the opportunity to respond. But the IRS has the power to garnish wages, social security, unemployment compensation and bank accounts. And they will, if you do not respond to their notices. So, they don’t have to file a law suit against you.
Be wary of calls from the IRS, threatening to send the police out to arrest you if you don’t pay them over the phone now. Because this is not the practice of the Internal Revenue Service, and this is not the way they work. The IRS does not send the police out to arrest you because you won’t give them a credit card number.
Working With the Internal Revenue Service
Protect yourself from would-be scammers. Contact the IRS in response to any notices received by mail. And they are generally reasonable. Some taxpayers prefer hiring a professional firm to hand this for them. And that may be a smart move. Professional representation is certainly never a bad idea. And although IRS agents are usually reasonable, they serve the interest of the service. Often, the interest of the service may conflict with the interest of the taxpayer. And many times, with an open mind, both interests can be served. Professionals can often mediate a plan that can get to that.
Contact Business & Financial Solutions for a free consultation. Maybe you will use us for representation, and maybe you won’t. We have offices located in Frederick MD, Rockville MD and Vienna VA. Call (855) 557-2222. You can also email us at email@example.com.
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