JACKSONVILLE, FL, January 06, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Most American taxpayers hire tax specialists to resolve their tax issues. Be it a tax levy, a tax lien from an individual tax debt, or payroll taxes, a tax specialist uses their knowledge and expertise to resolve each one effectively. Tax Defense Network Linkedin informs taxpayers about the qualifications and expertise of the tax professionals within the tax resolution industry.
Tax Defense Network Linkedin: Tax Attorneys
The U.S. tax code is massive and difficult to understand. Tax attorneys specialize in a certain area of the tax code. Taxpayers must consider the area of specialization of tax attorneys before hiring them.
The government has given tax attorneys the legal right to represent taxpayers before any administrative level of the IRS. Tax Defense Network has 11 tax attorneys within their Foxhound legal department to help taxpayers get the most advantageous resolutions to their tax issues. If a tax case requires negotiations with the IRS, a tax attorney is the most beneficial tax professional to have.
Tax Defense Network Linkedin: Enrolled Agents
An enrolled agent (EA) is a tax professional that has completed certified training courses with the IRS and is authorized by the Department of Treasury to represent a taxpayer to the IRS. Also, an employee of the IRS who has worked for the organization for five years in a position that involved regular interpretation and application of tax codes and its regulations can become an enrolled agent.
Tax Defense Network Linkedin informs taxpayers that enrolled agents are obligated to be familiar with the latest tax laws, as they are required to complete 72 hours of continuing education every three years. Enrolled agents can represent taxpayers in all proceedings before the IRS, including audits, collection actions, appeals, and tax refund matters. Tax Defense Network employs several enrolled agents to resolve the many different tax problems the company receives every day.
Tax Defense Network Linkedin: Certified Public Accountants (CPAs)
Those who pass the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination, and complete state education requirements have the necessary experience to become CPAs. In most of the US, only those CPAs who obtain a license can use the designation of CPA.
Along with enrolled agents and tax attorneys, CPAs can also represent taxpayers before the IRS. Their expertise in various fields of financial planning, estate planning, financial analysis and planning, income tax, tax preparation, and venture capitalism can serve taxpayers with certain types of tax issues.
Tax Defense Network's enrolled agents, tax attorneys and CPAs make their Foxhound legal department a well-rounded team of tax professionals. They help analyze and prepare a tax case before negotiations with the IRS while reaching a beneficial tax resolution for taxpayers. The importance of these tax specialists is paramount as without them, a taxpayer risks the chance of being scammed by salespeople, and increases the chance of not receiving a successful resolution with the IRS.
For more information on Tax Defense Network, or its tax debt relief services, please visit http://www.taxdefensenetwork.com/pr or call (888) 605-5657 for a free consultation. For other inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org---
Press release service and press release distribution provided by http://www.24-7pressrelease.com
# # #Read more Press Releases from Kara Nuckles: