FAQS - Tax Questions & Answers
As you can imagine, we get asked a lot of tax questions on a regular basis about many of today's most common tax problems. We have compiled a list of some of the most common tax questions we get asked, and made them available for you here on the website.
However, if you don't see your tax question listed below, please feel free to give us a call at (888) 918-8121 or fill out the short form on the right side of this page.
Why should I hire Assurance Tax Advisors to represent me?
Everybody can’t be an expert in everything. Successfully working with IRS takes years of training, education, hands-on experience, and a good deal of resources. Tax resolution is the heart of our firm, this is what we do, and we do it very well.
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does your firm do that I can not do myself?
can’t my attorney or CPA just represent me?
I hire you, how long before I don’t have to talk with
do I know if I need professional tax representation?
do I find out if there is a deadline on my case?
don’t know how much I really owe, what should I do?
you get my wage garnishment released?
is the difference between a tax levy and a tax lien?
The IRS says I owe way more than I can afford to pay, what should I do?
First, do not stress your self out with worry! Things happen and we understand that. We help people in similar situations all the time. As a taxpayer, you have rights (see Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights). The IRS has very strict guidelines that they are required to adhere to, and one of those guidelines basically states that the IRS has to let you keep enough to live on. The first step is speaking with a tax professional about your options.
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don’t have any money to pay the IRS, how can I afford
to pay you?
don’t live in Texas, can you still help me?
the IRS shut down my business if I don’t get caught
up on my taxes?
the IRS garnish my spouse’s income if I don’t
received a certified letter from the IRS, should I call or
haven’t filed my tax returns in several years, should
I just wait and see if they overlook me?