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Although only in business since 2015, Oxford Tax Partners has already earned a rating of 8.4 out of 10 stars on TrustPilot, with 84 percent of the reviewers giving the company 5 stars. Several of the five star ratings actually came from customers who had requested a refund, and others who just took advantage of the company’s free consultation.
TrustPilot reviewer Jackie writes: “Within one week of [my] completing a form, [the senior tax advisor] was able to review in detail five years of my taxes and advise of any discrepancies and how I should proceed with future filings… This part of their service was completely free, which I found amazing. They truly are in business to help you with your IRS issues.”
Reviews also show that Oxford Tax Partners is adept at back tax issues. “Got my wage garnishment stopped within 1 week. Everyone was knowledgeable and encouraging. I can’t thank them enough,” writes Kathryn on TrustPilot.
Oxford Tax Partners is well-equipped to resolve any back taxes situation. The organization can help taxpayers stop wage garnishment, remove liens and levies, or file for an offer-in-compromise or Partial Pay Installment Agreement (PPIA) to reduce overall back taxes and give you more time to pay.
But that’s only the start. Oxford also specializes in helping customers file federal or state back taxes, file amended returns, or assist with tax planning. Oxford’s tax preparation services include business payroll tax planning, Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) planning, and personal or corporate income tax prep, as well as bookkeeping services for businesses.
Through the company’s OnTrack Tax Services powered by Oxford, businesses or individuals can pay a low monthly fee and receive year-round tax prep and planning services through Oxford’s trained team of experts, who are designated to act as a Power of Attorney for tax matters.
Finally, with a licensed tax attorney on the team, Oxfor can assist in the event of an IRS audit.
Oxford Tax Partners identifies itself as a back tax defense and preparation firm. Unlike many other companies that focus exclusively on helping customers resolve their back taxes, Oxford emphasizes the role a tax specialist can pay in keeping businesses and individuals out of trouble in the first place.
With a full suite of services, from bookkeeping and tax prep to back tax resolution, Oxford is a one-stop destination for all tax-related matters.
The company does not make broad promises to provide back tax assistance, only to fall short after customers pay a deposit. Instead, Oxford works hard to help customers reduce their tax liability and get out of your obligation in a realistic time frame. With open and honest communication and tried-and-true tax resolution techniques, Oxford Tax Partners has a virtually unmatched devotion to customer service.
Consultations are always free, permitting Oxford representatives and the customer to determine if the company’s services are a good fit for the situation.
Headquartered in Chicago, the organization has local offices in every region of the country to assist with federal, state, and local taxes nationwide.
If you are unhappy with the service or feel that Oxford Tax Partners can’t help you, they will refund the tax investigation fee collected before they begin to work with the IRS on your behalf. Reviewers who stated they had issues with the company said they received a full refund.
Based in Chicago, Oxford Tax Partners is an accredited tax organization with licensed tax attorneys and IRS enrolled agents on staff to help taxpayers find back tax assistance, file back taxes, and manage any tax situation. Consultations are always free, and the company has no minimum requirements to assist customers with their back tax resolution.
The company’s OnTrack tax service gives Oxford Power of Attorney for tax-related matters, offering customers peace-of-mind that there is always someone in their corner to assist with their tax questions, issues, or concerns.
I am a 65 year old retired widow. When my husband died in 2012 I had financial issues. I called and could only afford monthly payments. I did finally pay it in full and asked if they would continue to help me. My case is still open and I have called over a dozen times with no call back or email. They actually hang up on me. I have recently been served with back state taxes that Oxford has never set up payments that could afford. I informed them of my recent activity and they refuse to respond after I’ve paid them a large sum of money. I would have been better off giving that money to the IRS. Saddens me that a company like this exsists!