Client Care Protection
In an effort to protect our clients from IRS intrusions we have developed a new program that is being applied to all of our tax preparation services. Beginning this year, when your return is prepared, we will apply the Client Care Protection Package to your tax preparation.
We eliminate the stress and worry of what to do when you receive an IRS or State income tax notice. In the case you receive a letter from the IRS, all you need to do is contact us. Then forward the income tax notice to us, and we will handle it by sending documentation to the authority, calling them and/or going to the IRS for you.
With the increase of all the tax law changes and the government stimulus plans, tax identity theft cases and the frequency of audits have increased over the past years, we are concerned about your well-being and have incorporated a system to protect you. We’ll shield and protect you from ever having to deal with the tax authorities by yourself in case you get a notice from the IRS or state tax authorities questioning items on your return that we just filed for you. And if you ever have to meet with an agent in person, we’ll attend the meeting on your behalf. You don’t even have to go.
In 2021, the IRS has sent out over 9,000,000 “math error” notices relating to the Recovery Rebate Credits and Stimulus checks regarding the American Rescue Plan. All these notices require a response.
In 2022, it’s estimated that the IRS will send out 15,000,000 notices regarding in the Advanced Child Tax Credit Payments. All these notices will require a response as well.
While we make every effort to prepare your tax return as completely and accurately as possible, oftentimes there are missing items (such as 1099’s), and amounts of stimulus money or child tax credit payments we were not informed of at the time the return was prepared, which will draw the scrutiny of the IRS. Often the IRS is simply sending wrong information.
For more information and answers to the most frequently asked questions, click on the button below:Client Care Protection FAQ