Most of our clients are good people who made bad mistakes," stated Clamon. "They need help… so they can resume their lives.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 3, 2009
TaxMasters, Inc. (OTCBB: TAXS), the IRS tax relief company, was featured Monday on the Big Biz Show with Sully Sullivan and Russ T Nailz (http://bigbizshow.com ) as part of a segment aptly named “Small Caps are People, too.” The hosts interviewed Alex Clamon, the Vice President of Sales for TaxMasters. While Sullivan seemed most interested in how TaxMasters had quietly become the first IRS tax resolution company to be publicly traded, Nailz was practically signing up for tax help on the spot.
Concerning TaxMasters’ trending success, Clamon credits the company’s growth to smart planning, the growing number of taxpayers facing tax problems, and the growing tax gap. With IRS collections down for the year, the implication is the IRS will feel increased pressure to find and collect more revenue, which means more potential clients for TaxMasters.
“I see opportunity,” remarked Sullivan. “I go to the gym. I’m on radio and TV and I see you guys everywhere.”
“Most of our clients are good people who made bad mistakes,” stated Clamon. “They need help… so they can resume their lives.”
To listen to the segment with Clamon in its entirety, go to the “Audio” tab at http://bigbizshow.com/media and click on “The Big Biz Show 11/30 Hour 2.”
About TaxMasters, Inc.
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