Tax Professionals At CTR Announce New 4-Step IRS Tax Debt Investigation Process

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CTR’s professional tax team has announced a new 4-step process for the tax debt investigation phase of its IRS debt relief program.

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In order to make sure every tax professional was on the same page, CTR’s management team sent out digital presentations to all offices with information on the four phases of investigation.

At the offices of CTR’s Philadelphia tax attorney, a new program has all of the tax professionals looking forward to their next cases. The company has recently announced that a new 4-step investigation process will be implemented into its tax debt relief program. This revised service is intended to secure better results from IRS resolutions by guaranteeing that an assigned tax professional has all of the information needed to choose the best settlement option. CTR’s tax experts have years of experience negotiating solutions for debtors that owe back taxes to state and federal tax agencies.

Anyone looking for help with tax problems from unpaid back taxes is going to benefit from CTR’s new IRS debt investigation procedure. “In the course of a tax resolution, we get to know many things about our clients. This new protocol is going to help our professional staff to dig even further into a taxpayer’s financial records so that they can really understand the story behind an individual’s case. When we get in touch with the IRS to negotiate a resolution on a client’s behalf, we’re going to use all of the information we have to ensure success,” stated a representative at CTR’s main office.

In order to make sure every tax professional was on the same page, CTR’s management team sent out digital presentations to all offices with information on the four phases of investigation. These were then shown to tax experts by department heads, such as a garnishment lawyer that oversees the tax debt collection team, during standard monthly meetings. As with other initiatives, the company uses digital media to disperse the information and then relies on managers to confirm that the new protocol has been put in place and is being properly used.

On a regular basis, CTR revises its programs and services to stay up to date with current tax law and best practices. The company is committed to providing the best support for anyone looking for tax problem help. Creating this new investigation process was another step towards offering personalized solutions to tax issues. CTR combines new approaches to problems like IRS debt with years of experience to help taxpayers in an up-front and affordable manner.

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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