Dealing with the Internal Revenue Service, or the IRS, is typically not an enjoyable process. Their job is to collect your taxes by any means that they are legally able to do so. That’s not to say the IRS is your enemy or is out to get you in trouble, per se; they simply have a job to do, and it just so happens that a common byproduct of them doing their job is an increased level of stress for you as a taxpayer.
That’s where Tax Pros Plus comes into play!
Our team of trusted, experienced accountants and tax professionals will make sure that any tax disputes or disagreements between you and the IRS are resolved to the satisfaction of both parties.
Taxes are not something that goes away if you just ignore them
Perhaps the most important thing to keep in mind about your taxes is the fact that being honest and proactive is the best policy. Some people have tendencies to simply ignore tasks or chores that they don’t find enjoyable, and push them to the side in hopes that they will just disappear. That may work with some of the more trivial everyday assignments you might face, such as spilling a glass of water onto the carpet and not wanting to clean it up, but the tactic will most assuredly not work out in your favor with your taxes.
The IRS, for its part, looks favorably at honesty and proactivity, as their jobs are simply to collect taxes you owe- not to make you miserable. On the other hand, the IRS does not appreciate when taxpayers seemingly try to eschew their responsibilities to pay their fair share and act as though tax laws don’t apply to them.
This is why, whenever you find out that the IRS does not agree with you regarding how much you owe, it’s best to act immediately and get to work resolving the matter in a way that concludes with both sides walking away content. Our team at Tax Pros Plus will work with the IRS to work with you and make that happen.
Work with Tax Pros Plus to work with the IRS
While the IRS may have a very specific job to do- and that’s to collect your taxes- one thing about them that you may not know is that most (though certainly not all) things with the IRS are negotiable. Taking the initiative and coming forward to resolve your situation is always a good first step.
But taking on the IRS alone is almost never advisable, even if you’re an accountant or tax lawyer yourself. The IRS tax code can be astoundingly complex, and in order to best situate yourself for a mutually satisfactory resolution, you’re going to want the help of a team of experts who deal with the IRS and its rules on a regular basis. Tax Pros Plus features an IRS enrolled agent and a team of talented and experienced tax professionals who will work with both sides to resolve the matter as efficiently and satisfactorily as possible.