Mark Feldstein & Associates Aids Taxpayers Facing Wage Garnishment for Failure to Pay Back Taxes with Dedicated Program

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Ontarians facing severe financial penalties imposed by CRA can avoid looming wage garnishments and bank leans by engaging services of a qualified tax professional.

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If you have not filed your returns, it is possible that the CRA has arbitrarily assessed you and determined what they think you owe in taxes if you had filed. They have no hesitation in garnishing you for these arbitrary amounts

Business Review today commends Toronto accounting firm, Mike Feldstein & Associates for its dedication to Ontario taxpayers with program designed to aid individuals in avoiding CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) imposed wage garnishes or bank leans due to failure to pay back taxes. Ontarians who do not enlist the help of an experienced tax advocate can face the possibility of having up to 100 per cent of their wages garnished until the tax debt is paid off.

Back taxes owed to the CRA can be collected by a hired third party until the debt has been paid off in full without the consent of the offending party or any court order. Taxpayers being audited by the CRA for suspected lack of back tax payment need to act immediately. “If you have not filed your returns, it is possible that the CRA has arbitrarily assessed you and determined what they think you owe in taxes if you had filed. They have no hesitation in garnishing you for these arbitrary amounts, and interest and penalties on top,” says Mark Feldstein, Founder of Mark Feldstein & Associates. “We believe that no taxpayer should try and fight the CRA alone, and we will stand between you and the CRA to deal with your tax problems until that garnishment is reduced or lifted.”

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Mark Feldstein & Associates, Chartered Accountants, provide a wide range of professional services to businesses and individuals. To ensure clients receive the best advice in each area, Mark Feldstein & Associates hire only seasoned specialists who, in turn, devote a good portion of their time to upgrading their skills through in-depth professional development. Mark Feldstein has been practicing public accounting since 1982. He has experience in a wide variety of industries, including retail, manufacturing, importing and exporting, wholesale distribution, technology, restaurants, law firms, engineering firms, architecture firms, education, IT consultants, wealth preservation planning, forensic investigations, internet service providers and construction.

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