Professional Tax Firm CTR Announces Launch Of New Websites To Serve Taxpayers

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A professional tax firm is pleased to announce the launch of four new websites to help taxpayers with a variety of tax related services.

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Our clients searching for IRS tax problem help from debt relief specialists have told us they need assistance finding out just what options the IRS has to offer that will actually work for them.

CTR is excited to announce its launch of a series of new websites that will serve taxpayers looking for help with tax return preparation, IRS problems and other services. These sites will provide everything from contact information and details about services offered to tools and resources that make tax management easier for clients. The company also hopes that people will use features such as the glossary and frequently asked questions to gain a better understanding of how taxes work.

“Our new sites have been built from the ground up after a long period of research and design,” stated a CTR spokesperson. “We’re anticipating that clients will get good use out of the new pages, including a walkthrough of debt resolution options. Tax settlement will no longer be a mystery to our customers, who will be more informed when they come see our tax relief attorneys.”

CTR’s new websites are now structured with the average user in mind. Feedback from previous versions led the company to design pages that are easy to navigate and make information very accessible. The sites allow clients to find the service they’re looking for quickly, and attached to those services are all of the necessary documents and information needed for taxpayers to prepare for any future meetings with the company’s professionals.

One major focus area CTR’s IRS tax attorney recommended for the new websites is debt relief, as it can be a complicated issue with which many people may not be familiar. Preliminary assets such as necessary forms and information are readily available to taxpayers. For example, IRS form 433 is crucial for those with tax debt to fill out. CTR’s debt specialists require this form to understand a client’s finances before any debt settlement proceedings occur. The sites’ designers included sections that explain the steps needed to determine program eligibility, debt relief options and which of the company’s experts can provide the help each individual taxpayer needs.

“Our clients searching for IRS tax problem help from debt relief specialists have told us they need assistance finding out just what options the IRS has to offer that will actually work for them,” a CTR spokesperson said. “We’ve always had the knowledge to help them, but these websites will make it easier for them to find the information they need. It will also make our time more efficient as we will know more about our clients before we even meet.”

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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