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An enrolled agent is a tax professional that has passed a written examination and is authorized to negotiate with the IRS. Enrolled agents often have special knowledge about tax levies, bank account levies and state tax issues.
Some of Enterprise’s tax professionals have experience dealing with the IRS’s Criminal Investigations Division. They understand how to deal with IRS criminal investigators and the federal courts.
One of Enterprise Consultants’ specialties is California income tax issues. Its lawyers have had extensive experience dealing with the Franchise Tax Board.
Their tax attorneys are licensed to practice in California. Some of the enrolled agents have experience with Franchise Tax Board Liens.
Offers in Compromise (OICs) are one of the best tax resolutions the IRS offers because they can settle tax debt for pennies on the dollar.
But they can be hard to get.
Enterprise Consultants makes OICs easier to get by prescreening them with the same criteria used by the RIS. That means the IRS will be more likely to accept them.
Unlike some tax firms, Enterprise Consultants and enrolled agents will take cases involving tax debts of less than $10,000. They will also handle cases involving larger tax debts, including ones over $100,000.
Enterprise’s tax attorneys and enrolled agents are experts at developing strategies for dealing with IRS Audits. These strategies can reduce the cost and time involved in an audit. There is also a possibility that the strategy can stop the IRS from raising your tax rates.
Despite what many people think, it is possible to amend or correct a tax return after it has been filed.
Enterprise Consultants can amend anything in a tax return with a Form 1040X. Such amendments can even prevent criminal prosecution by the IRS. Enterprise’s attorneys have had decades of experience filing 1040X forms.
When a business operates in a state it is not incorporated in, a Certificate of Authority or Foreign Process Qualification will have to be filed. Enterprise Consultants can prepare and file these documents in any state.
Not filing these documents can lead to serious tax issues. Enterprise’s attorneys can also help businesses resolve foreign process application issues and resolve tax controversies with state governments.
Enterprise’s attorneys can negotiate settlements for a wide variety of payroll tax problems with the IRS. This includes problems created by employees and IRS payroll tax audits.
The IRS can even run an audit on self-employed persons that receive a W-2 for their work. Anybody with questions about payroll tax should call Enterprise today to prevent IRS entanglements.
Business licensing is getting more complex every day, especially for firms with more than one location. Enterprise can research your business, and file all the licenses needed.
California businesses will need to have a general business license from the county or state for every branch.
Many people do not realize this, but the federal government operates an Appeals Office that can overturn IRS decisions. Any citizen has the right to appeal IRS actions to this office, but such appeals can difficult.
The tax attorneys at Enterprise specialize in these appeals and have participated in tax-appeal conferences. Enterprise can help you determine if an appeal would help, and then prepare and file the appeal and represent you at the conference.
Enterprise is a registered agent for service of process which means it can file the articles of formation for corporations and LLCs. In some states every business including sole proprietorships must have a registered agent.
Enterprise has a legitimate working office in Los Angeles that can serve as the registered agent for any company. Its registered agent service includes unlimited forwarding of government mail.
S corporations offer important tax benefits for entrepreneurs and small business owners, but the laws governing them can be tricky.
Enterprise’s attorneys have experience in the election (formation) of an S corporation and the filing of the corporation. Enterprise can help business owners determine what corporation they need and file the required paperwork for it.
All money in offshore bank or investment accounts must be reported to the IRS. Enterprise’s attorneys can help individuals report such income and deal with issues arising from unreported income.
They can also answer questions about taxes and offshore bank accounts.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court has the power to resolve disputes between a taxpayer who has filed bankruptcy and the IRS. A bankruptcy judge can overrule IRS actions including liens and discharge tax liabilities.
The bankruptcy court can also reduce or eliminate tax debts. Enterprises’ attorneys had years of experience representing clients before the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and the California State Board of Bankruptcy Court.
A certificate of good standing can make it easier for businesses to get investments, financing credit, bonding and loans.
Unfortunately, these certificates can be hard to get.
Enterprise can handle all of the paper work needed for a business to obtain a certificate of good standing in California.
Enterprise may not be available for people living outside of California. Non-California residents may have to look elsewhere for help.
Because Enterprise Consultants offers a wide variety of services and solutions, it cannot offer minimum rates. All fees charged will be based upon the services provided.
Since Enterprise employs tax attorneys and specializes in business tax issues it charges higher rates than competitors.
Individuals with non-business tax issues might save money and be better served by a less specialized tax company.
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