CTR has released similar annual guides in previous years and believes that the access to more information is something that their clients look forward to receiving.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
Tax relief company, CTR, has released the new 2013 IRS Debt Guide. The taxation attorneys at the company have compiled an extensive guide to help individuals remain aware of their tax relief options. In addition, the new guide has information regarding changes to the tax code that have come into effect since 2012.
“Our team keeps up to date on tax code changes throughout the year,” said a CTR Spokesperson. “The 2013 IRS Debt Guide is designed to help individuals understand and learn about these changes. Sometimes these persons have been clients for months and are not aware of changes until our team tells them there may be a problem. This guide will hopefully initiate communication.”
CTR has released similar annual guides in previous years and believes that the access to more information is something that their clients look forward to receiving. The company tax lawyers with IRS negotiation experience were consulted by CTR’s marketing specialists to ensure that all of the information was relevant and updated. The guide has seven sections, focusing on different areas of the tax debt realm including; IRS penalties, tax resolutions, IRS collections and a smaller section on tax preparation.
“I ncome tax problems are very difficult for most individuals to resolve on their own, mainly due to the complications of expenses and finances,” said a CTR spokesperson. “This guide is the starting point for these individuals to get back taxes help.”
The guide will be available as a free digital download on the company website and sent to current customers of CTR who request a paper copy. The company received very positive feedback from the 2012 IRS Debt guide and hopes that this year’s guide works in the same way. CTR hopes to follow the release of the new 2013 IRS Debt guide with tax preparation and audit guides later this year.
“Whether they are almost done with the process of tax relief, or just starting to ask questions and get help, taxpayers who have IRS problems need this information,” a CTR Spokesperson said. “We strive to accelerate the learning process and get more individuals relief.”
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.