New Tax Debt Relief Mandates in Colorado Reinforces Need for the National Association of Tax Resolution Companies

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NATRC says recent Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act’s mandate with tax debt companies is prime time for tax professionals to unite to protect consumer rights

National Association of Tax Resolution Companies

It is imperative for our association to disseminate this information. Tax Professionals who want to protect their practices which helps consumers need to join NATRC immediately to align with their professional peers to help reverse these laws

The National Association of Tax Resolution Companies (NATRC) issued an alert to their tax debt resolution members on Friday, February 1st concerning the recent Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act (CUDMSA). The alert details the new Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act, including a mandate that tax debt relief companies must comply with. The law requires the settlement of a debt and payment to the creditor by the consumer before any fees may be imposed by the tax relief firm. Posting of a bond not less than $50,000 is also required.

“This is a time of crisis for the tax debt resolutions industry,” said Michael Rozbruch, President of the National Association of Tax Resolution Companies. “Other states are also considering what Colorado has done and may follow suit. It is imperative for our association to disseminate this information. Tax Professionals who want to protect their practices which helps consumers need to join NATRC immediately to align with their professional peers to help reverse these laws.”

The National Association Tax Resolution Companies (NATRC) is actively working with the state of Colorado, the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility, the Uniform Law Commission and their members to help reverse the mandate connected with the Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act. The NATRC announced that they would be working on behalf of legitimate tax practitioners and taking the lead to seek exemptions for tax resolution companies to state laws and new legislation.

The National Association of Tax Resolution Companies is an industry education and advocacy organization whose mission is to promote and ensure the continued operation and viability of tax resolution companies. The NATRC has completed the administrative phase of incorporation, establishing an office, approving by-laws and all of the other operational necessities to represent the unique needs of its industry and members.

“Our goal is to work together and seek to provide fair regulation as well as moving toward the serious business of improving the image of the industry by supporting legitimate tax resolution companies.” said Mark Guimond, Executive Director of the NATRC. “We promote and ensure the continued operation and viability of tax resolution companies - in the individual states and nationwide. This is about being part of the greater picture and involving oneself in the fight for the industry.”

The NATRC urges non-members to examine the purpose of the NATRC. Together, tax debt resolution companies can ensure a long and prosperous future for the entire tax resolution industry. Read about the Association, and view their membership directory http://www.natrc.us/Members.html. The NATRC wants to expand their influence and membership support which will allow the Association to present to the Colorado Attorney General reasons why the NATRC believes that tax resolution companies should not be regulated by the Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act.

About National Association of Tax Resolution Companies
The National Association of Tax Resolution Companies (NATRC) represents the efforts of a broad spectrum of the industry, including CPAs, attorneys and enrolled agents, located throughout the United States. Their mission is to promote and ensure the protection of consumers from unfair and deceptive advertising claims from unscrupulous tax resolution providers. They are accepting new members. Visit NATRC on the web at: NATRC.us

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