20 Questions to Ask an Enrolled Agent Before You Consider Hiring Them to Solve an IRS Problem Part 2 of a 4 Part Series

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Before you hire any tax professional to help you solve an IRS Problem, it’s important to thoroughly investigate THEIR ability to help you. This is a tough business (IRS Problem Resolution) and there are a lot of sharks out there. Almost every day I hear horror stories about people hiring the large national tax resolution firms (you know who they are, I just can’t name them because they will sue me if I do) and nothing ever happens on there case.

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Most often when you call one of these firms, you speak with a salesperson, not a lawyer or the tax professional that will handle your case. When you call my firm you will get to speak with a lawyer after setting an appointment. A lawyer who handles IRS Problems on a daily basis and can gain valuable insight into how they might be able to help you with your unique IRS Problem.

At other times I hear stories about the local guy who will dabbles in solving IRS problems and either he takes too long to solve the case (because he has no idea what to do) or he eventually just gives up. The IRS bureaucratic machine is simply too much to handle if you don’t do this type of work, day in and day out.

I made these videos to help you understand what you should ask when trying to decide who to hire to solve your IRS Problem. Even if you don’t decide to hire my firm (we represent U.S. taxpayers all around the country and the globe) that you know what you should be looking for when trying to get the help you need. Of course, I want you to consider us for your IRS Problem but more importantly to me, I want you get the help you need. Having an IRS Problems is awful. It takes a toll on your mentally, emotionally, and physically. It can cause damage to your marriage and your family life. Nothing is worth all that. So I urge you even if you don’t get help here, get help somewhere. That’s all for today. I hope you learn something from the video.

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