Together, they allow us to begin the tax resolution process and empower us to represent your interests before the IRS. We’ve provided them here so that you can get comfortable with what they look like and better understand their implications. For many, signing a power of attorney form is a new experience, and the process can be intimidating. So here they are for your review. And of course if you have any questions, we’re here to help!
This form is the first step in representation, and allows us to order your master tax file from the IRS. This is very important as it gives us the opportunity to review your file for errors and to accurately determine the best tax relief solution to apply.
The 2848 is a limited IRS power of attorney form, providing us authority to represent your interests directly with either the IRS or state collection authorities. This is not an estate power of attorney form, it is only used for tax purposes. Much like an attorney representing you in a courtroom, this allows your assigned attorney or tax relief professional to speak on your behalf with either revenue officers or IRS agents, and is a very powerful tool in the tax relief process.
The first step towards successful resolution is to acknowledge that your tax debt won’t go away on its own and to seek professional assistance. Our firm of tax relief attorneys and tax relief professionals has helped thousands of individuals and businesses just like you stop forced collections and finally resolve their tax debt.
Our tax relief professionals will take the time to discuss your issue free of charge, and help map out the best solution moving forward. Rest assured, all information is confidential, and nothing will be shared.
We understand that you have many options when it comes to choosing the right tax relief firm, and we welcome the opportunity to help you patiently through this process and bring closure to this important financial consideration.