New Requirements for IRS "Offer in Compromise" Program Affect All Individuals With Tax Debt.

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Platinum Tax Defender's tax resolution professionals define the latest requirements for IRS "Offer in Compromise" program. The latest changes have affected the application and approval process.

Before Dealing With the IRS contact a Tax Resolution Professional.

"Absolutely no citizen should try to resolve their tax debt themselves without first speaking to a income tax specialist," a tax attorney professional at Platinum Tax Defender stated.

Platinum Tax Defender's tax resolution professionals wish to set the record straight about the latest changes in handling a tax debt with the Internal revenue service yourself, revealing that individuals may be dissatisfied with the results they receive if they try to take on the IRS on their own.

"While taxpayers can deal with their tax debt themselves and cut costs by not hiring professional tax resolution help, they may not get the solution they want because most do not have a full comprehension of the qualifications the IRS looks at when going over applications," Sherri Gastelum of Platinum Tax Defenders explained. "The latest changes to the "Offer in Compromise" program changes the way an application is reviewed and excepted". "When dealing with the IRS you should consult a tax attorney before contacting or applying for the program".

Platinum Tax Defender's tax experts agree the latest approval into IRS programs are determined by multiple factors, including the personal finances of the taxpayer, serious understanding of tax laws, requirements of the IRS programs, and settlement skills.

Platinum Tax Defender's tax attorney further explained that by applying incorrectly an individual can lose their only chance for a debt reduction offer.

Platinum Tax Defender's tax analysts warned that if a person negotiates a deal with the IRS and they are unhappy, there is really nothing a tax resolution company can do for them because with the settlement application's "full financial disclosure" phase, they have already given all the proof the Internal revenue service needs to support its case.

Platinum Tax Defenders have increased the amount of free consultations for the month of July they will be performing in order to keep taxpayers completely informed about their tax debt choices.

"Absolutely no citizen should try to resolve their tax debt themselves without first speaking to a income tax specialist," a tax attorney professional at Platinum Tax Defender stated.

About Sherri Gastelum, CEO Platinum Tax Defenders a tax resolution firm:

An expert in financial services, Sherri Gastelum has worked in the accounting and tax industry for more than twenty years dealing with companies ranging from Fortune 500 to startup companies. A innovator in her field, she is the founder and chief executive officer of Platinum Tax Defenders, which is a full-service, and fully certified tax defense firm committed to raising the standard of the tax resolution industry. Providing services to a national client base, the firm has an “A” rating and zero complaints with the Better Business Bureau. In addition to running her company, Ms. Gastelum recently joined L.L. Bradford, a regional CPA firm based in Las Vegas, to build and run their Southern California practice. She is an expert in tax resolution and tax consulting services for the state, local and federal levels, audit and assurance services, business consulting services, estate planning, mergers and acquisitions and alternative forms of investment strategies.

Ms. Gastelum earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing at the University of Louisiana. She is affiliated with the Association of Corporate Growth, the Entrepreneurial Institute, and is the president of Simi Valley Chapter of National Association for Professional Women.

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