Ft. Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
CTR’s Ft. Lauderdale tax attorney is announcing a new tax investigation program. This program will streamline tax investigation issues, causing the attorneys to spend less time researching tax issues. The old program, while still valuable in some ways, was lacking in efficiency. Both the taxpayers and the attorneys have a better experience with superior results when there is less unnecessary time spent on the background of each case.
CTR revises programs to keep up with current standards and practices. Sometimes these revisions merely require small changes to existing programs. In certain situations, however, a complete overhaul is deemed necessary. Complete rewrites of program guidelines and procedures can take a significant amount of time up front, but if done effectively can reduce the time needed on a per case basis.
CTR relies on feedback from those involved with the programs at a user level. A new program instituted in California was a result of input from a Gardena tax attorney. Direct criticisms of what does and doesn’t work are at the heart of restructuring efforts, and all relatable opinions are considered. Higher-level employees will often request information from field employees about what changes ought to be made. When changes have been decided upon, communication is the most important factor in rolling out the program alterations.
CTR knows that tax investigation is a critical part of this industry and that obtaining the right information is crucial when determining next steps for taxpayers who are having issues with the IRS. If a program is not working properly, or is following outdated standards, both the company and the clients can end up in a struggle that can be avoided. An outdated program being used in Texas caused problems for a Garland tax attorney that are being fixed with their implementation of a new tax investigation program. Clients have reported increased satisfaction and results in light of the changes.
CTR is planning to streamline more tax investigation programs based on the results of this revision. As more positive feedback rolls in from offices which have already undergone changes toward newer practices, it becomes more apparent how these approaches can be used to aid growth in other areas. When the plans are implemented fully, feedback continues to ensure that the program is accepted properly and having the desired effect. A program recently applied in Arizona is still receiving feedback from the Gilbert tax attorney. The response shows that improvements have been made, but thorough program changes are monitored for a period following the implementation to make sure it is done properly. CTR considers every program to be important and changes them to best suit both staff and clients so that any tax issues can be addressed in the best manner possible.
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.