Professional Tax Firm CTR Urging Taxpayers To File Income Taxes In 2013

A professional tax firm is urging taxpayers to file their 2012 income tax returns this year in an attempt to prevent more individuals from ending up with IRS problems.

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The company has also recently expanded its tax preparation division in order to allow more individuals to have their income taxes prepared by the company.

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

CTR is spreading important information to taxpayers in reference to properly filing income tax returns. The IRS has recently started processing taxpayer income tax returns and the company is utilizing the news as an opportunity to warn individuals about the dangers of failing to file.

“Our business helps individuals with tax debt relief, and many times the IRS problems started because the persons forgot to file their income tax returns,” said a CTR spokesperson. “This time of year is especially important to us to help more taxpayers avoid ending up in trouble.”

The company has done research on cases involving individuals who owe back taxes and discovered that many of the issues originated with those individuals who failed to file their tax returns. The IRS has very strict penalties and interest that are applied to taxpayers who fail to file. The government charges five percent of the amount of taxes owed per month, with a maximum penalty of twenty five percent.

“Tax penalties and interest cause individuals the most problems,” said a CTR spokesperson. “Our team of tax attorneys and professionals are preparing clients for a stressful season.”

The company has created several website pages to help taxpayers understand more about IRS penalties and interest. In addition, CTR has begun urging current clients to submit financial questionnaires for company specialists to analyze and begin the process of preparing income taxes. CTR is also sending reminder emails for the next several months urging taxpayers to begin filing their income taxes.

“In an ideal world, our tax experts would be able to retire because no individual would need tax relief help,” said a CTR spokesperson. “This campaign is an attempt to help more individuals avoid IRS debt and income tax problems.”

The company has also recently expanded its tax preparation division in order to allow more individuals to have their income taxes prepared by the company. CTR previously did not include customers who were not already enrolled in a tax relief program to be tax preparation clients. The company has hired many certified public accountants and tax preparers in anticipation of a greater number of clientele.

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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