Colorado Tax Resolution Company Releases Informational Videos for Taxpayers

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To better inform clients and the public about IRS issues, 20/20 Tax Resolution has today launched the first in a series of educational tax debt help videos.

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Colorado company 20/20 Tax Resolution has announced the release of four new informational videos on its website. The videos have been designed to describe some of the more prevalent tax resolution terms, debunk several myths surrounding tax debt resolution and offer clear and accurate information to taxpayers on a few of the tax debt resolutions available. The videos can be viewed by visiting the 20/20 Tax Resolutions video page. The first four videos in the series will cover:

Notice of Levy – Enrolled Agent David Miles reviews IRS Notice of Levies, the differences between a tax levy and a tax lien and how a tax levy can impact a tax debt case.

Notice of Federal Tax Lien -- Enrolled Agent David Miles explains the two types of IRS Tax Liens, the impact of a tax lien on a taxpayer, and new options for removing or avoiding a tax lien.

Offers In Compromise -- Enrolled Agent David Miles discusses the Offer In Compromise program, dispels some of the myths surrounding the program, and how the IRS considers an Offer In Compromise.

Installment Agreements -- Enrolled Agent David Miles explains the various aspects of Installment Agreements and addresses some of the most common misconceptions regarding Installment Agreements.

In addition, 20/20 Tax resolution has several videos on their YouTube channel from their appearances on consumer advocate

Tom Marino’s nationally syndicated program "The Troubleshooter Show.” These videos briefly touch on the following topics:

20/20 Tax Resolution Tax Debt Help Services -- Consumer advocate Tom Martino talks to 20/20 Tax Resolution about the services available to client for tax debt help
"Pennies on the Dollar" Tax Resolution Scams -- Consumer advocate Tom Martino talks to 20/20 Tax Resolution about "Pennies on the Dollar" tax resolution scams, and what to look for in a tax resolution company.
Four Basic Steps for Dealing with Tax Debt -- Consumer advocate Tom Martino talks to 20/20 Tax Resolution about the four basic steps for dealing with tax debt.

The latest government estimates show that over 26 million taxpayers are currently struggling with tax issues in the U.S., many of whom are unaware of the possible resolutions to their tax concerns. While a number of companies advertise huge savings and make lofty promises to those in need of help, very few have offered clear and concise information about the options available. By producing this series of informational videos, 20/20 Tax Resolution wishes to provide taxpayers with clear, concise and accurate information to help businesses and individuals resolve their tax issues appropriately.

Founded in 1998, 20/20 Tax Resolution is the market leader in tax resolution services for businesses and individuals nationwide. Over the past 15 years, 20/20 Tax Resolution’s Enrolled Agents and licensed tax professionals have developed compassionate solutions for over 15,000 clients looking for help with their tax issues. 20/20 Tax Resolution is a privately held company located in Broomfield, CO. For more information on 20/20 Tax Resolution, please call 1-800-880-7318 or visit http://www.2020taxdebthelp.com.

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