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Best Tax Relief Company | Flat Fee Tax Relief | Florida

Updated: Oct 16, 2020


Looking for the Best Tax Relief Firm?

What you should look for and what to avoid.

How to Choose a Tax Relief Company You Can Trust Choosing the right tax relief company to help you through this very stressful time can be confusing.

Anyone who has cable tv knows there are many companies to choose from and it’s hard to tell the good firms from the bad. Our best suggestion is to be wary of firms that apply pressure tactics to get you to sign up with them. While that approach works for them, it can lead to marginal results for you.

Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Tax Relief Firm

You should always check a tax relief firm's Better Business Bureau report and search for any past client complaints online before signing up for services. But the work of vetting a company to represent you with the IRS goes beyond screening their reputation. You should also ask these three critical questions.


How do they charge for their tax relief services?

The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Relief (Flat Fee Tax Service) has been charging one very affordable flat fee for over a decade. We have been so successful that many tax relief companies have copied us in their advertising. No one can match our combination of expertise, success and low fees. Let's look at the four primary methods so that you may understand the difference as many companies’ methods are not transparent and often very misleading.

Flat Fees – All-Inclusive: This is the way we do it as it is the fair way of providing a valuable service at an affordable cost. Our flat fee includes all required services to complete your case is the most reliable way to immediately know the full cost of your case before committing to work with any tax relief company. It also assures that you are working with a company that has IRS professionals on staff that can handle all services associated with your case.

Flat fees - Non-Inclusive: Many firms will quote a low fee, but downplay or outright neglect to tell you that they don’t provide some critical services. Your "flat" fee must cover all of the services required to resolve your tax issue. Failure to include these services can cause delays and unexpected costs to your case, not to mention the inconvenience of having to find additional professionals to get the work done.

Teaser Fees: Some tax relief firms take advantage of price shoppers by selling them on what appears to be a reasonable upfront “investigation fee,” (usually $500) but then follow up days or weeks into the process to inform them that the remainder of the case is going to be additional $$$$.

Ongoing Fees: Many companies just bill you by the hour, which is by nature a conflict of interest leading to unpredictable, ever-growing costs and slow progress of your case.

How long has the tax relief company been in business?

The time a tax relief company has been in business is important because it is a way to measure their credibility and experience. Tax resolution (#IRSsettlement) is a specialized professional service that requires understanding of a dedicated part of tax law and IRS procedures. Companies that can demonstrate an extended track record of strong client service and results can truly be considered credible sources of tax resolution services.

Companies that can demonstrate an extended track record of exemplary client service and results can truly be considered credible sources of tax resolution services.

Will you really be working with a tax attorney?

At Flat Fee Tax Relief you will work directly with a Tax Attorney. In fact, you will have his direct phone number so that you will not have to deal with an assistant.

Most tax relief firms claim to have tax attorneys available to represent clients with the IRS. If you ask, you may find that they don’t have attorneys on staff at all.

Others technically have attorneys, but won’t tell you that these individuals often are right out of law school, have not passed any state bar exams and have little or no practical experience dealing with the IRS.

Be sure to ask if all attorneys on staff have passed a state bar and how much tax resolution experience they have. This article is written by the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Relief. Our teams have provided valuable IRS tax debt help at a very affordable fee for more than a decade. We are located in Clearwater, Florida, and San Diego, California which allows our clients to contact Flat Fee from 8 A.M. Eastern to 6 P.M. Pacific time. It also increases our access to to the IRS. Call for a free , no-obligation consultation.



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