CTR’s Tax Experts Institute New 4-Step Investigation Process For Tax Debt Relief

Professional tax company CTR has instituted a new 4-step investigation process to improve its tax debt relief program.

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The first part of CTR’s new Investigation process is the records phase, when an individual submits all receipts, bills and other pieces of the financial picture to their tax professional.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 14, 2013

Taxpayers looking for help on problems with IRS debt have a new source of help available to them. CTR’s tax relief team has created a 4-step process for their investigation program that will strengthen the service and bring about better resolutions. The program was revised to encourage a new level of efficiency and effectiveness for each IRS settlement. Tax professionals at the company’s main office incorporated feedback from debtors that had been through the program before this change.

The input CTR received from past clients led them to the notion that a new investigation service has to be thorough and cover every aspect of an individual’s finances. For this reason the company’s IRS problem solvers set a goal that redesigning the program would set up each individual with a customized IRS debt settlement plan. This new method of debt scenario analysis will lead seamlessly into the next phase, in which the assigned tax specialist negotiates a solution with an IRS revenue officer.

“The amazing staff we have here at CTR have provided thousands of people with fitting resolutions for their IRS debt. Now that we’ve instituted this new version of our investigation process, you’re going to see faster processing time and a better analysis of your personal situation. Watch our experts like a tax attorney IRS specialist take your financial records and pick the best tax debt solution for you. We stress the ‘relief’ in our program because that’s how you’ll feel when your balance is settled,” said a CTR spokesperson.

The first part of CTR’s new Investigation process is the records phase, when an individual submits all receipts, bills and other pieces of the financial picture to their tax professional. This is quickly followed by the tax team using IRS Form 2848 to obtain Power of Attorney and get a client’s Master File from the IRS. With this information in hand, an income tax attorney can sift through several methods of tax debt resolution until the right option is chosen based on criteria like income, expenses and the total of all unpaid back taxes. When the most appropriate settlement is chosen, CTR’s tax experts will outline the specific terms and prepare for the Resolution phase of IRS debt relief, completing the investigation process.

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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