Professional Tax Firm CTR Helping Taxpayers Prepare For 2013 Income Taxes

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A professional tax firm has started sharing new information to taxpayers about how to prepare for their 2013 income tax returns and what steps to take to be ready.

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Whether we’ve helped them in the past or they are new clients with existing tax debt problems, we are committed to making sure this tax season is the easiest tax season they’ve ever had.

CTR is preparing for the 2013 income tax season. The company has started a big push to help clients and other taxpayers recognize the necessary steps that must be taken before even starting to fill in income tax forms.

“It’s a stressful time for many taxpayers,” says a CTR spokesperson. “Our team has started calling, emailing and even texting information about steps our clients should start taking. It’s an aggressive campaign, but it’s to avoid future tax debt problems.”

The company has recently sent out a newsletter as well as a friendly email reminder about steps clients can take. In addition, tax specialists at the company have been utilizing text messaging software to expedite the communication process. CTR’s employees who generally speak to clients about state tax payment plans have included segments of time each day to contact current clients and prepare them for their income tax season.

“When a taxpayer fails to file or fails to pay their IRS income taxes, penalties and interest begin to accrue. That’s why preparing to file your income taxes is so important,” says a CTR spokesperson.

CTR regularly helps taxpayers who have federal tax problems and need assistance getting a resolution plan from the IRS. When an individual has outstanding debt with the IRS, they may receive a notice of federal tax lien. Tax liens secure a taxpayer’s accounts and assets for the IRS in the case that a levy is enacted. Taxpayers who fail to take action against IRS collections will eventually receive a notice of levy from the government and have their possessions and bank accounts seized until the debt is satisfied. The IRS does not need to go through the court system to enact liens or levies, which makes federal collections much faster and more dangerous than other financial debts. CTR’s specialists have stated that many previous cases were directly caused by taxpayers who were not prepared to pay or file their income taxes.

CTR’s management has decided to take as many steps as possible this year with current clients to ensure that as many individuals as possible remain compliant with the government. The company had success last year when it first reached out to it’s clients about preparing for the season. This year the company has decided to make the preparation for tax season a real campaign.

“Whether we’ve helped them in the past or they are new clients with existing tax debt problems, we are committed to making sure this tax season is the easiest tax season they’ve ever had,” says a CTR spokesperson.

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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