The CPA Superhero loves to help people in distress over their tax situation. Life happens to people and even good people get notices from the IRS. I have helped many people who have received letters from the IRS. Most people are really distressed about notices from the IRS but I am used to them and I can help with you with those notices. The key is to respond promptly, so rather than delay contact me today to set up an appointment for an initial conversation about your IRS notice.
It is important to respond quickly to IRS notices because you are usually given opportunities that you can elect but you have to elect them within a certain numbers of days. So contact me today to discuss your notice and to keep your options open.
Be prepared too, because the first thing I am going to need in order to help you is a copy of your notice including all the pages. So if you can scan a copy and have it ready to send to me that will help you very much.
Finally, know that most of the time the situation is not as bad as what people feel when they receive a notice from the IRS. Also, I am used to working with people in distress. Again, things happen to people and if you received a notice something happened and it is not the end of the world but it means we need to deal with it. But the hardest part is making the call, or in this case sending me an email to arrange an initial call to discuss your situation. So start now by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment for that call via telephone, Zoom, Whatsapp or other options.
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Be careful when reading about tax law and its application, including my articles, because the wording and definitions are such a challenge and are influenced by writers perspective, specifically his own clients situations that he is mindful of and other situations the writer is not thinking of. The point is talk to your CPA about your situation and circumstances and don't rely on or make conclusions based on articles you read, including articles form irs.gov, because concepts and definitions are not very clear, and of course, they are subject to change. Now is the time to be having discussions about your situation and developing strategies for you and your business. Again, contact me using my information above to discuss your situation. I help business owners all over the U.S. and in foreign countries with their tax returns.