Your Trusted Team of Specialists in Tax Defense

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About us

Our company was started in 2015 and we are a full-service accounting firm. We offer accounting, payroll, tax preparation and most importantly tax relief services. Our staff has the knowledge and expertise needed to not only meet but to exceed the expectations of our clients.  Our licensed tax professional is a Certified Public Accountant, Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute (NTPI Fellow), Certified Tax Resolution Specialist (CTRS), and a member of the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS).  These credentials serve as a testament of our commitment to helping each client that contracts our company to obtain the best solution for their case.  Everything that we do here at Reliable Tax Defense we do it following the Golden Rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”.  We offer transparency to our clients, helping them understand the process for resolving tax debt so they have realistic expectations for solving their specific tax problems. Our role is to negotiate the lowest possible IRS payment amount allowed by law, and we will not accept a client to retain our firm’s services unless the taxpayer is a legitimate candidate for tax relief. Because the IRS has very strict guidelines governing eligibility, we let our clients know up front what tax relief options are viable for resolving their specific IRS problems. This ethical and honest approach to tax resolution has helped our team achieve great customer satisfaction and trust from our clients.

What to expect from our tax resolution company

If you owe money to the IRS or are not in compliance, tax relief services can be essential. If the tax debt goes ignored, penalties and interest will continue to accrue and could eventually lead to a bank levy, wage garnishment or your assets being seized. The IRS has the legal right to take any of these actions against taxpayers if the debt cannot be collected. The tax relief services we offer can help you lessen or eliminate penalties, reduce your tax bill, and get the IRS off your back regarding enforcement collection actions. Our tax professionals can also prevent asset seizure and stop wage garnishments. The right option ultimately depends on your financial situation.

With our company we will starts with a free consultation, this consultation could be over the phone or at our office. During the discussion, a tax professional will qualify you and ask you questions about your taxes and current financial situation to ensure you would benefit from our services. You start by signing an 8821, or a Tax Information Authorization form. This form authorizes our licensed tax professional to complete a tax compliance analysis to find out the services you may need along with your resolution options. The IRS will not work with you unless all past returns are filed. Therefore, it is extremely important for us to know your tax compliance situation.

Once we have analyzed your case, we will present you with a list of the resolutions options that can specifically apply to you based on your IRS transcripts and our understanding of your financial situation. We will then provide you with an engagement letter, detailing our obligations to you as our client and your obligations as we embark in this tax relief journey, in addition, we will provide you with a breakdown of the fees involved. Before we can begin the representation process, you will need to sign form 2848 or Limited Power of Attorney form (POA) so that our licensed tax professional can resolve your tax problems by directly speaking to the IRS on your behalf.

Our licensed tax professional finds the most practical tax relief solution for your situation. It may be:

  • Offer In Compromise
  • An Installment Agreement (payment plan)
  • Hardship Status Request (Currently not Collectible)
  • Innocent Spouse Relief
  • Audit Defense

The ultimate goal is to balance what the IRS will accept with your budget. We will handle all the paperwork and you will NEVER have to speak to the IRS. After the IRS approves your resolution, they should not bother you any longer, but you must stay in compliance with tax filings and payments.

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