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MT CLEMENS, MI, August 26, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Many tax settlement firms make claims but how do you know who to hire? The proof is in the pudding: real case histories.
The question is: Should you trust a tax relief firm?
It's tough to do. Here are the steps to follow:
1. Ask them if they use licensed Enrolled Agents. Enrolled Agents are trained and licensed to negotiate with the IRS.
2. Ask for real case histories.
3. Be careful with the quick quoter. If they don't care about your case details and quickly give a price and ask for money, proceed with caution. A good firm will be concerned with the details of your case before making promises.
4. Will they give you a tour of their operation?
Here are a few case stories about Tax Results:
Being a Michigan firm, they had a gentleman fly in from Texas to tour their operation. Tax Results had a metro car waiting at Detroit Metropolitan Airport to pick him up.
An individual from Sylmar, CA owed $10,000. Three months after signing up with Tax Results their case was settled for $100.
A Client from Macomb, MI was getting garnished $224/week by the IRS. Tax Results immediately reduced it to $50/week. After amending returns, he went from owing $9000 to getting $1800 back. The key to this story is to always pay a professional to do your tax returns.
Another client owed $120,000. The IRS showed up at his door and he contacted Tax Results a day before his 30-day deadline. The IRS was threatening to lien his paid-off home and attach a $500,000 investment account. Tax Results brought him into compliance, filed past tax returns and ended up settling the debt for $20,000.
Tax Results has been heard on Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and many other radio shows across the country.
Be cautious in which firm you hire. Some high volume firms don't utilize tax attorneys or Enrolled Agents. Do your homework and be sure to get real case histories.
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