Professional Tax Firm CTR Warns Business Owners Of Dangers Of Unpaid Back Taxes

A professional tax firm has released statements warning business owners of the dangers a company can face from unpaid back taxes.

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CTR’s plan to inform individuals of the problems tied to continued tax debt is a two-tiered approach to comprehensive IRS debt prevention.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 04, 2013

CTR’s Laguna Niguel tax attorney has long been known for its commitment to protecting clients from the problems associated with tax debt. The company has recently increased its efforts to keep taxpayers from IRS debt problems by issuing statements to customers of the dangers involved in having unpaid back taxes. These tax-related issues can range from damage to credit ratings to reduced income through wage garnishment.

CTR determined in recent meetings with higher level members of the staff that taxpayers have been struggling to repay IRS debts and ignoring them in favor of managing other financial obligations. “It came to the attention of our Laguna Woods tax attorney that clients don’t know just how important settling an IRS debt can be,” said a CTR representative in charge of issuing the statements. “We want it to be common knowledge that the IRS doesn’t need to follow the same procedures as other creditors and can easily begin collections on bank accounts, cars and other assets.”

CTR’s plan to inform individuals of the problems tied to continued tax debt is a two-tiered approach to comprehensive IRS debt prevention. The first step, in which the statements are issued, is meant to help those who have unpaid back taxes and have not reached out to offices like the La Habra Heights tax attorney to settle them. These statements contain information about what the IRS does to resolve unpaid balances and how a company like CTR can find a fitting resolution based on income, the amount of tax debt and expenses.

CTR’s other focus in this new initiative includes a set of statements released to get the attention of taxpayers that are currently in good standing with the IRS. The aim of this action is to spread knowledge of how easy it can be to miss a tax deadline or payment and the consequences of delinquency when it comes to taxes. The company’s Lake Forest tax attorney is telling clients about concepts such as interest from unpaid taxes and watching out for debt collection notices.

CTR is spreading some good news as well. The company has redesigned some of the IRS debt resolution programs it offers. There are several types of settlement options available to taxpayers. One of the plans the company put in place this year was to breathe new life into its tax debt solutions. “Regardless of what service you come to CTR for, you’re going to notice a stronger company. We’ve got new employees, new resources and a new approach to solving your tax problems. I guarantee you will begin to see tax troubles as a manageable concept and our tax professionals will help you through them from start to finish,” stated a CTR spokesperson.

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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