“How To Represent Yourself Before the IRS” Copyright© by Joe Mastriano, CPA
Chapter 1: Represent Yourself Before The IRS
Chapter 2: Delinquent Tax Returns
Chapter 3: Trust Fund Penalty
Chapter 4: Using Form 433A, 433F & 433B
Chapter 5: Offer In Compromise
Chapter 6: Liens and Levies
Chapter 7: Letters and Notices
Chapter 8: Payment Plans
Chapter 9: Penalty Removals
Chapter 10: Form 433B
Chapter 11: Joint Tax Returns
Chapter 12: Penalties and Interest
Chapter 13: Audits
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I may be crazy, but under this free IRS advice advice tab I reveal the tax relief methods that I have used for over 30 years, in well over 1,000 successful negotiations with the IRS, free!
Why would I show you “how to deal with the IRS” for free?
For many years I was afraid that if I told people how to effectively deal with the IRS, that I would be out of a job. Why hire me if you can save professional fees and represent yourself before the IRS, right?
Boy was I wrong! There are people who won’t deal with the IRS period. They don’t want to deal with the emotional stress, the technical nature, and the risk of dealing with the federal government, etc. They’ve heard the stories of levies and seizures. That’s one reason why I’ve had CPA’s and attorneys as clients!
There are people who can obtain money for professional services and want to make sure they get the best tax representation possible.
There are people who would deal with the IRS, and have even tried, but were unsuccessful. They learned that this was not something to handle themselves, and now they want help.
There are people in the above categories who have hired someone to help them, but never got the problem resolved.
These people will still want to hire me to represent them!
What about all the rest of you that need tax relief free?
I want you to know that the majority of the calls and emails I get daily, are from people who do not have the money to pay for professional CPA help! These people are left to do one of the following…
Call the IRS, when they have little or no experience of their own. These people often become victims, overpaying tax, or getting collection action because of not understanding what is expected of them.
They contact local representatives who offer free help, which often hurts them more.
They enter installment payment arrangements for services without realizing what they are signing, and when the IRS problem isn’t solved, they are left with the IRS levies and the monthly drafts from their account.
They seek free opinions from people on the Internet, and really get into trouble. It’s sometimes hard to tell the difference between helping yourself, and what the IRS considers “tax protester” actions.
They hire low cost representatives who have little experience or who pass the case on to low paid trainees. The results are worse than doing it themselves, and now they are out the money they paid.
I’ve personally watched this happen over the years. And… I was a part of it! Every time I turned someone down because they couldn’t pay the fees, they were left without professional help. These people became victims of the IRS system. Many of them, I found out later still had the same problems!
Well no more, I say!
I put everything under this “free advice” tab.
Don’t you want to have an understanding of the IRS, and how they handle situations like yours, so you can take the correct actions to resolve it?
Do you want to take the initiative so that you don’t have to rely on what an employee of the IRS tells you? You can check up on your own to see that it is done. If not, you will know the steps to take to secure that the issue is resolved, or at least no collection action will be taken till it is resolved. Just read the chapters under this tab.
Is this legal, you ask?
I always advocate full compliance and cooperation with the IRS. The federal government requires us to file and pay our taxes. They further require us to avoid tax schemes, or we can be subject to federal prosecution! I’ve had clients who were former tax protestors and have gotten them into compliance. I would not maintain my reputation as a CPA with the IRS, and the general public, if I tried to tell you do anything that was illegal, or against any IRS policies. My purpose is to get you through the IRS system with the least amount of trouble, while saving the most money. All the methods I’ve used have met with IRS acceptance by their employees. If not at first, then an alternative method that was accepted was used.
What this site is NOT…
It is not a guide for preparing your income taxes.
It is not a comprehensive IRS directory of offices and phone numbers.
It is not a copy of the IRS collection manual or other IRS guides, forms, etc.
It is not a legal reference book of comprehensive rules.
I will not waste your time giving you information you can download from the web, or get from a book you could buy off a shelf. If you search long enough, you will find many tax guides, IRS help guides, etc. These guides just feed you back information that you can get somewhere else. I own some of them. They are valuable because they save me a lot of time researching from scratch. You will find these guides useful as well. I recommend that people purchase them to get a handle on the ‘technical’ information that is useful in resolving IRS issues. But…
I have never seen information like mine, revealing from vast experience, the insider ways of effectively dealing with the IRS. My competitors will hate me for this. I’m not sure if the IRS will too. In the meantime, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get the benefits of my free advice. It’s TAX RELIEF FOR FREE!
Thanks for the free IRS advice, but what if I still need help?
Don’t worry, I won’t leave you hanging. Once you get familiar with my site, and still want to run everything by me, for just $300, you can have me review, on the phone with you, everything you have done. I can tell you if your plan of “attack” seems reasonable. This will be a paid consultation, a one phone call of up to 1 hour, given by me Joe Mastriano, CPA. During the call you can fax me anything you want me to review, including 433a, 433b, tax returns, and offer forms you filled out.
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