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File All Back Tax Returns & Settle Tax Debt+ Lost Tax Records, No Problem + Christian Tax Company & Services + Dallas, Ft.Worth, Houston

We are a Christian tax firm that specializes in all IRS matters and have an expertise and filing all back tax returns and settling your tax debt all at the same time. <><

 

Please feel free to ask us about our faith when you call.

As former IRS agents we can file all back tax returns and settle your tax debt all at the same time. Since 1982 A+ rated by the BBB.

We are true experts for those having to file back tax returns with or without records. We know the system and we know the process to get you through this worry free.

With or without tax records we can reconstruct your tax return and get this problem behind you once and for all.

Stop the worry right now and let true tax professionals help file your back taxes.

Get immediate relief today.File All Back Tax Returns & Settle Tax Debt + Lost Tax Records, No Problem + Christian Tax Company & Services + Dallas, Ft.Worth, Houston

Let Former IRS Agents and Managers who know the system. We can solve you problem fast and for affordable pricing.

We can file all your back, past due or last tax returns and if you owe money we can work out a IRS Settlement. There are different type of IRS settlements and after reviewing your current financial statement will let you know what settlement you qualify for.

 

Filing Back Tax Returns

 

If you do not file your back tax returns IRS can file your tax returns for you and this will cause you more problems than you can ever think.

We can file back tax returns for you even if you have little or no tax records.

We can do this quickly, efficiently, and at affordable rates.

As Former IRS Agents, Managers and Instructors we have reconstructed thousands of back tax returns for individuals, businesses and corporate entities. There is a true art to reconstruct back tax returns without records.

Stop the worry right now, let our years at IRS be your best asset.

We can not only file all back years, but we can also work out a tax settlement so you can go on with your life worry-free.There are different type of settlement procedures and we will review every procedure based on your current financial statement.

 

What happens if you do not file a back tax return

It’s important to understand the ramifications of not filing a past due return and the steps that the IRS will take.

Taxpayers who don’t file a past due return or contact the IRS are subject to the following:

1. Penalties and Interest will be assessed and will increase the amount of tax due,

2. The IRS will file a substitute return for you. But this return is based only on information the IRS has from other sources allowing no exemptions or deductions or business expenses,

3. You lose Social Security credits.

Once the tax is assessed, the IRS will start the collection process, which can include placing a levy on wages or bank accounts or filing a federal tax lien against your property.

 

Filing Back Taxes Help – If IRS has already filed for you. 6020B

 

Even if the IRS has already filed a substitute return, it still makes sense for you to file your own return to make sure you take advantage of all the exemptions, credits, and deductions you are allowed. The IRS will generally adjust your account to reflect the correct figures.

IRS 6020 B of Back Taxes Spells Trouble, A 6020 B occurs when IRS files your back tax returns.

IRS files thousands of back tax returns each year under the IRC provision of 6020B. As former IRS agents we filed back taxes for taxpayers when we were employed by the IRS. This process of filing by the IRS is called SRF or Substitute Tax Return process, and we understand exactly how it works.

The process of SRF works like this: IRS conducts matching programs each and every year on their CADE 2 system, which matches all W-2’s and 1099’s.

If the computer finds no tax return posted against the W-2’s or 1099’s the IRS will prepare a SRF tax returns. This is not what you want to happen, so if you can correct the situation, you should.

IRS will not do you a favor filing your SRF return for back taxes. IRS will only give you the standard deductions, and nothing more.

 

From there the IRS will send out 2-3 notices, which, if you don’t respond, they’ll then send Notices of Federal Tax Levy, both Bank levy’s and Wage garnishment levy’s.

You must keep up with IRS’s bills and notices sent to you. You should know many times taxpayers have moved never got notices and they went to their bank or employer only to find out their bank account and wages have been garnished.

 

They will continue to levy until they get your attention. After that, the IRS will follow that up with a Filing of the Notice of Federal Tax Lien.

Do not be left in the hands of IRS to file your back tax returns. Get Filing Back Taxes Help.

If the IRS filed your tax returns thru SRF, call us today to immediately correct the situation. If the IRS filed your tax return, we can file correct returns and correct the misstated tax liability.

When the IRS prepares your tax return, the general rule of thumb is that overstatement of tax is least 5 times of the total tax. In some cases, taxpayers never even owed the tax.

We can file correct tax returns to lower and adjust the overstated tax and work out a tax settlement that you can live with. This process is called an audit reconsideration.s.

We have prepared thousands of back tax returns since 1982.

 

Lost tax records, not a problem.

 

Not only will we reconstruct your tax return, but we will also work out a settlement agreement with the Internal Revenue Service if you owe them back taxes. If you do not have any records as former IRS agents we know the exact process to reconstruct your tax returns and assure you will pay the lowest amount allowed by law.

We know the system, we know the methodologies, and we know the best and most affordable way to solve your IRS tax problem.Once again please feel free to ask us about our faith we are a true Christian IRS tax services firm and company we are true IRS experts in the matter of any IRS or state tax problem.

 

File All Back Tax Returns & Settle Tax Debt+ Lost Tax Records, No Problem + Christian Tax Company & Services + Dallas, Ft.Worth, Houston

FLORIDA SALES TAX AUDIT HELP + FORMER AGENTS + CHRISTIAN TAX SERVICES COMPANY + SINCE 1982

Do  you need CHRISTIAN representation for a state of Florida sales tax audit?     STOP THE WORRY NOW  +  CHRISTIAN TAX SERVICES COMPANY

 

Proverbs 19:20 Listen to advice and accept discipline, and at the end you will be counted among the wise.

Proverbs 19:20-NLT  Get all the advice and instruction you can, so you will be wise the rest of your life.

1. Our eyes were meant to read God’s words and our ears were meant to hear it. There is no “wise counsel” apart from God and His Word for they are one.
2. The wise man listens to godly advice, accepts instruction, continually and proactively seeks out wise counsel.
3. Seeking godly counsel has many benefits. It not only gives us another set of eyes and ears but it buys us time to think of our options and not allow us to run on in our own way and make decisions that could be detrimental to our future.

 

Call us today for a free initial consultation and speak to former agents who know the truth and how to defend any federal or state tax audit. We know the systems, the methodologies, and the settlement formulas to give you the very best results possible.

 

Florida Sales Tax problems are causing a major concern for thousands of businesses in Florida. Call and let us fix your Sales Tax Problems.

We are the affordable Sales Tax Experts in the State of Florida composed of Florida Sales tax experts of CPA’s and Former Government Agents who specialize in Florida Sales Tax Issues and Problems.

We you Owe or have Sales Tax Audit Issues contact us for a free tax consults. We are Florida’s affordable choice. We have been in private practice since 1982.

With the economy in our country today, we are walking into a major problem. Literally thousands of businesses are having Sales Tax issues.

We are moving towards a situation never seen in Florida and the United States and the Florida Department of Revenue is not backing down one bit. Florida’s Department of Revenue is sending out more enforcement and audit notices than they have in their history.
Hiring a Florida Sales Tax Attorney can provide you with the highest level of expertise for Florida Sales Tax Problems.

If you have received a Notice or Letter from the Criminal Division the only person you should be speaking with is a competent and experienced Florida Sales Tax Attorney and no one else.

There are several steps that you can take to fix your Sales Tax Problem immediately. Some information you should know.

 

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We are a Florida wide tax firm  that consists  of Florida Sales Tax experts such as CPA’S, former IRS agents and former instructors who have worked hand in hand with the Florida’s Sales Tax and the Department of Revenue.

Over the past 37 years of private practice alone, we have settled thousands of government cases with successful results. We have an excellent track record and have the highest score in regards to the Better Business Bureau.

Our professionals are members of various National Organizations, have been keynote speakers on tax issues and are certified by the Florida Department of Professional Regulation to administer and teach other professionals in their continuing educational programs. We are the professionals professional.

 

Florida Sales Tax Problem Representation Issues

State of Florida sales tax representation includes the following matters with the Florida Department of Revenue:

• Tax audits on any and all sales tax issues and matters
• Non-filing matters
• Criminal investigations that are referred to attorneys that best fit your profile
• Department of Revenue enforcement action or warrant proceedings
• Stipulated time payments
• Requests for settlements or Compromise

 

Keys to resolving your Florida Sales Tax Problem

 

There are several keys to make sure your case is resolved timely. These keys are necessary on every case. The Department of Revenue is interested in resolving the cases in their system. The DOR goal is to close cases and get them out of their inventory.
Here are the keys necessary to stop enforcement action on your back taxes.

• Have all your tax returns filed before you call Florida Sales Tax and the Department of Revenue on your back tax issues.
• Be prepared to give the Department of Revenue a financial statement whether you are a hardship candidate, want an installment agreement or want to settle your case.
• Be prepared to give the Department of Revenue all supporting documentation to prove your financial statement.
• Make sure you are current on deposit requirements.

 

Are you being Audited by Florida DOR, Read Carefully

 

The State of Florida, Department of Revenue audit taxpayers to:
•     Enforce Florida tax laws uniformly.
•     Deter tax evasion.
•     Promote voluntary compliance.
•     Educate taxpayers.

As a general rule, the State of Florida Sales Division accepts most tax returns as filed, however they audit some returns to verify accuracy and evaluate compliance.
Florida Sales Tax Audits do not always result in the taxpayer owing additional tax, penalty or interest.
The auditor may adjust a credit carryover or correct distribution without assessing additional tax.  The auditor may even determine that a refund is due.

 

How Are Taxpayers Selected for Audit by the Florida Sales Tax Division

The methods for selecting a business or individual to audit vary from tax to tax.

Here are some examples of sources we use to identify a potential audit candidate:

•     Internal Revenue Service information.
•     Information sharing programs with other states and state agencies.
•     Computer-based random selection.
•     Analysis of Florida tax return information.
•     Business publications, periodicals, journals, and directories.

 

What Types of Records Will I Need to Provide to an Auditor or Inspector?

When we notify you of our intent to audit, we will also tell you what records you will need to provide.
The types of records may include, but are not limited to:

1.    General ledgers and journals

2.   Cash receipt and disbursement journals

3.   Purchase and sales journals

4.   Sales tax exemption or resale certificates

5.   Florida tax returns

6.   Federal tax returns

7.   Depreciation schedules

8.   Property records

9.   Other documentation to verify amounts entered on tax returns

 

You must keep your records for three years since an audit can extend back that far.  The Department may audit for periods longer than three years if you did not file, or filed a substantially incorrect return or payment.

 

Your Rights During an Sales Tax Audit?

The Florida Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights provides protection for taxpayers’ privacy and assets during their interactions with Revenue employees.

Your rights include:
•     The right to fair treatment.
•     The right to get available information and prompt, accurate responses to your questions.
•     The right to have the Department begin and complete its audit in a timely manner after we notify you of our intent to audit.
•     The right to get simple, nontechnical statements which explain the reason for audit selection and the procedures, remedies, and rights available during audit, appeals, and collection proceedings.

 

Can I Request Technical Assistance During the Audit?

When there are transactions or issues for which the tax consequences are questionable, you may ask for a written statement of our position any time during the audit. Our office of Technical Assistance and Dispute Resolution will issue a Technical Assistance Advisement (TAA), which is binding on the Department.
For more information, read “Requesting Advice During an Audit.”  We encourage you to use our Tax Law Library to research the issue before requesting technical assistance.

 

What Happens When the Audit is Complete?

After your audit is complete, you can review the audit findings and proposed changes to your tax liability.  The auditor will give you a copy of the work papers and explain your rights, including deadlines for filing protests.
If you agree with the audit findings, we expect you to pay the amount due in full.
You have the right to protest the proposed changes if you disagree with them.  “How to Pay Your Audit Assessment” has more details.

 

Self-Audit/Self-Analysis Tax Audits

The Department uses self-audit or self-analysis projects to educate taxpayers on issues related to a particular compliance problem or industry.  We send selected taxpayers information about a specific tax or issue, user-friendly instructions, and simple worksheets.  We ask them to review the materials, complete the worksheets, calculate any additional tax due, and return the paperwork to us with payment.

The auditor has limited contact with the taxpayer and does not visit the taxpayer’s location.
The Department usually accepts the taxpayer’s responses.  However, participation in a self-audit/self-analysis does not exempt the taxpayer from further audit review of the same time period.

 

How to stop Florida Sales Tax collection enforcement on your back taxes sales tax

• Contact the Department of Revenue on your back tax problem as soon as you become aware of the situation or receive a letter.
• Let a professional tax company contact Florida Sales Tax before they start to take enforcement action and file warrants and or make this a criminal case.
• Utilize the settlement program to reduce your tax debt, if you qualify.

 

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation and let us take the worry out of your tax situation. We have been practicing since 1982 are A+ rated by the BBB.Please feel free to ask us about our faith when you call and as the Scripture says it is always best to get godly counsel. Whether you use our firm or not speak to true Christians who have your best interest IN MIND.

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