IRS Tax Attorney: why you need a tax
by Jose Carrera
Around the time when taxes are due, an IRS
tax attorney is one very popular person. So, what does an IRS
tax attorney do and why does one need an IRS tax attorney?
There are currently tens of thousands of individuals across the
U.S. employed as tax professionals, including those who work at
the most common tax preparation services. (H&R Block,
Jackson Hewitt, etc...) However, none of these individuals can
offer the very important services that only an IRS tax attorney
Why do we need an IRS tax attorney?
Licensed and certified accountants, CPAs,
MBAs, and even your next door neighbor with a tax software
program will all offer to help you "do" your taxes... But only
bona fide IRS tax attorneys can help when you are in an
important or troublesome tax situation. They also offer
confidentiality, practical advice for the long run, and
negotiating skills to remedy any encounters with the IRS.
Tax preparation, tax filing,
and tax payment times are notoriously stressful. Especially for
those with significant tax debt owed to the IRS, people can
find themselves speaking or thinking poorly as the time to pay
taxes approaches. This confusing time can be much, much more
stressful when you feel that you can't speak openly to your tax
professional. Since there is no confidentiality between a
typical tax professional and their clients, the stress will
only get worse, sometimes causing harm in the form of unclaimed
deductions that you didn't feel appropriate to speak about with
the tax professional.