Accounting & Tax Resolution

Tax Liability

Important Things to Know About Taxes and Tax Liability Before Hiring an Expert

​I wanted to address the many questions taxpayers have before they hire someone like myself, Gina Mewes, EA a tax resolution company. There are some important things to know about taxes and tax liability.

When you realize that you have a tax lien, garnishment or levy and hire a tax resolution company there is a process to resolve or settle on your tax liability. From the time Gina receive’s all of the appropriate documentation, a typical tax resolution case usually takes 3–4 months assuming the taxpayer is compliant and has filed all their tax returns. Some cases can take up to 9 months or more.

Documentation you ask….The tax resolution company will obtain the taxpayer’s records through the IRS transcript service if the taxpayer does not have the information. _Resolution Company would be able to get your tax records such as W-2’s, 1099’s, 1098’s. The taxpayer should not worry about obtaining their lost documents.  Taxpayer’s financials may also be obtained to analyze the taxpayer’s reasonable collection potential or look at the possibility of an Offer in Compromise.

It is important to know when it comes to tax resolution and working very close with the IRS and your revenue officer assigned to your liability case it is most beneficial and cost efficient for the taxpayer to retain a tax resolution specialist who is very familiar with and specialize in tax problem resolution and representation field. Don’t compromise on your representation, it’s important to protect yourself and learn about all your tax relief options.

The cost for my tax resolution services are unlike most, one flat fee is charged, no additional fees are incurred by the taxpayer. All fees are quoted to my clients at their initial free consultation.

My services for my clients are unlike most as well. Many large companies will have you speak to “consultants”, “assistants”, “case managers”. Gina will personally handle your case from start to finish. Gina will be your power of attorney and represent you before all administrative levels of the IRS.

A respected and licensed tax resolution specialist can represent you at an IRS audit. Gina Mewes, EA represents all her clients and to the client’s surprise they do not have to be personally present at the audit.