CTR Welcomes California Tax Advocate to Family

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A professional tax firm is joining forces with a California tax advocate in order to provide more help to delinquent taxpayers with IRS and state tax debt problems.

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CTR provides help to taxpayers who have IRS tax debt or state tax debt and need assistance getting relief.

CTR has been providing clients with tax relief services for three years and is proud to announce the new induction of a California Tax Advocate into its tax service family. CTR provides help to taxpayers who have IRS tax debt or state tax debt and need assistance getting relief.

CTR and it’s tax assistance family start each tax resolution process by initiating a financial investigation for their clients. Oregon residents may reach out to a Portland tax attorney or CPA working with CTR who will delve into specific financial statements, assets and expenses to determine an individual’s eligibility for certain tax settlement plans. The negotiator may determine that the delinquent taxpayer is not qualified to enter into any type of IRS resolution. Some taxpayers may not owe a large sum of taxes, may have a large income, or may be financially better off simply paying the total tax liability to the IRS.

Each resolution plan considered by CTR’s tax service family has specific eligibility requirements and not every individual will qualify for every resolution plan. Each individual has a unique set of circumstances, tax liability amount and income level. Any tax resolution service that guarantees an Offer in Compromise or Currently Not Collectible Status is misleading their customers. By first investigating a taxpayer’s finances, a negotiator can determine the most likely tax settlement plan that the individual will qualify and be accepted into.

CTR has joined forces with it’s tax advocate allies to provide the best tax resolution experience for it’s customers. A Florida resident, having recently gone through the financial investigation, would then contact a CTR Orlando tax attorney or CPA. The tax negotiator would submit a proposal to the IRS most likely to be accepted. Once the IRS accepted the request, and as long as the taxpayer remained compliant, there would be no further collection efforts by the federal government.

In other cases, the IRS may deny the request and the taxpayer will need to appeal. A taxpayer in California could contact a CTR San Jose tax attorney for help with an appeal to the IRS decision that denies a tax resolution plan. Tax negotiators in the CTR family have the experience and knowledge of what the IRS will accept and a high rate of success negotiating for tax settlements, but there are often cases when the IRS does not agree with the initial resolution request.

CTR’s California tax advocates will continue to provide the best services for clients who need IRS debt help. The IRS tax code changes regularly and can be very difficult for an individual to understand. With the new alliance, CTR and their tax advocates will help taxpayers get the assistance they need with their tax debt problems.

About CTR:
CTR offers tax debt resolution and tax services for individuals and businesses across the United States. The company uses a three step program to create personalized strategies to help taxpayers settle their IRS debt. The company offers many services, including: state and federal tax debt resolution, IRS audit defense, tax preparation and bookkeeping.

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