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Free Consultation & 100% Price Protection Policy
It’s typically a good idea to seek a free consultation before agreeing to work with any tax debt resolution service. Tax Group Center offers a free, no obligation consultation. But the company goes one step further to provide a 100% price protection policy, which means you won’t be charged more than the initial quote. Tax Group Center will not take in our case unless they believe they can negotiate with the IRS to reach a tax resolution that will satisfy you, as their customer.
Highly Experienced Attorneys, CPAs and Enrolled Agents with 30+ Years Experience
While some back taxes assistance agencies employ people who are not tax experts, TCG has a team of tax attorneys, CPAs, IRS Enrolled Agents and CTEC Certified Tax Consultants onboard to help you solve your back tax issues. The company has been in business for 12 years, with 30+ years of experience assisting consumers and businesses with back taxes and related financial services.
Can Assist with Business and Personal Back Taxes
TGC has the experience you seek to help with back taxes for individuals. But they can also assist small businesses with their tax needs, from delinquent payroll taxes to small business bookkeeping services.
In addition to assisting with back tax assistance, TGC focuses on helping people stay out of trouble with the IRS. The company offers small business bookkeeping, tax preparation for businesses, individuals, and 1099 contractors, and a number of other services to help you file on time and reduce your tax liability.
If you have complicated returns that may include self-employment income and taxes, loan modifications, “income” from debt forgiveness, or major life changes such as a marriage, divorce or birth of a child, it’s a good idea to have a tax accountant help you file your taxes. This can help you file on time, avoid IRS audits, and minimize your tax bill or maximize your refund, since tax accountants understand the many deductions you might be eligible to receive.
Provides Services in All 50 States
Unlike many tax companies, TGC is licensed to serve taxpayers in all 50 states and can assist with federal, state, and local taxes.
Simple Three-Step Process
TGC has a simple, three-step process to help taxpayers find the back tax assistance they deserve quickly. The process uses the “3 S System,” focusing on Service, Solution, and Success. First, the company’s experienced tax attorneys, consultants, and CPAs will review your case during a free consultation. If they don’t believe they can help you achieve a resolution that will fit your budget, they will decline to work with you as a client. TGC wants their customers to see success. If they do feel a resolution is likely, they will propose a solution based on the variety of IRS programs available to help taxpayers in financial trouble. The TGC tax specialists will fill out the appropriate paperwork and negotiate with the IRS on your behalf. Finally, you will adhere to the terms of the IRS agreement. Once a settlement or payment agreement is made, your account will be considered in good standing. To avoid default, you must make all your tax payments as agreed upon and continue to file tax returns on time.
Variety of Services to Help Taxpayers Reduce Debt and Stop Collections
TGC uses all the solutions available to help taxpayers reduce or eliminate their back taxes and stop collections actions. Some of the solutions include penalty abatement, IRS Offers-in-Compromise, innocent spouse relief, currently not collectible (CNC) status, and partial pay installment agreements.
Stop Liens, Levies and Wage Garnishments
Facing wage garnishment due to unpaid tax bills can be a scary prospect. If the IRS is garnishing your wages, you may be unable to make other important payments, such as your rent, mortgage, or car loan, which can create an even deeper financial hole.
TGC can help you stop liens, levies and wage garnishments through a variety of tactics. The TGC team may even be able to keep a federal tax line off the public records so it won’t tarnish your credit rating or cause problems if you apply for loans or employment in the future.
Can Handle Tax Audit Appeals
If you’re a small business owner or an individual facing an audit, or you want to appeal the results of an audit, it’s important to have a tax professional by your side. TGC can represent you during an audit or assist with your audit appeal.
Robust Website Filled with Resources and Information
TaxGroupCenter.com is easy to navigate and filled with resources and information taxpayers would be hard-pressed to find in other places. In plain language, the TGC website breaks down important tax concepts and viable solutions for back taxes. The site also provides downloadable tax forms to make it easy for taxpayers to fill out the paperwork they might need before they pursue back tax asssitance.
Accredited with an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau
TGC has been accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating since 2016. BBB records show that TCG also holds a license from the California Board of Accountancy, good through January 31, 2023.
Holds Multiple Accreditations and Membership in Tax Organizations
In addition to its top-rated BBB standing, TGC holds a number of other accreditations and membership in tax associations and organizations showing its professionalism and involvement in the tax community. TGC is certified by CTEC, an educational organization created to maintain professional tax education standards. All tax specialists at TCG must complete the CTEC certification and must complete 20 hours of continuing education each year.
In addition, TGC is a member of the ASTPS, NAEA, and the NATP.
Excellent Consumer Reviews Showcase Commitment to Customer Service
TGC is recognized with hundreds of third-party, authentic customer reviews on Verified Reviews, TrustLink, and Google Reviews. VerifiedReviews.com gives Tax Group Center a 4.9 out of 5 rating, with 99.4% positive reviews, and just two lukewarm reviews.
TrustLink reviewers give TGC an average 4.5-star rating based on 176 reviews. Google gives TGC an average of four stars, with 195 reviews in total.
About Tax Group Center
Founded in 2009 by a team of CPAs, IRS enrolled agents, and tax attorneys, the Tax Group Center brings more than 30 years of experience to taxpayers. Based in San Francisco, California, TGC serves taxpayers across the U.S.
In addition to providing back tax assistance, the company offers a wide range of tax services to businesses, individuals and self-employed (1099) taxpayers. These services include audit representation, tax preparation, and small business accounting.