WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE ACADIA TAX RELIEF?
There are a number of companies that offer tax settlement services that are merely consulting or accounting firms and not law firms. Why is this important? Because oftentimes these companies are not staffed by qualified tax lawyers and, because they are not law firms, you cannot assert attorney-client privilege to protect your personal financial information that you provide them. In other words, everything you say or provide to these companies could be subpoenaed by the IRS. Acadia Tax Relief is a law firm. You are our client. Our oral and written communications, including all of your personal financial information, are protected and, with very few exceptions, will never be revealed to the IRS or any other third party without your consent. This means that you can have complete confidence in the privacy of our communications and the information you supply us to resolve your tax obligations.
HOW CAN ACADIA TAX RELIEF HELP ME?
One of our objectives is to immediately level the playing the field with our knowledge and experience. The Internal Revenue Code and associated regulations currently number in the hundreds of thousands of pages.
These complicated rules and timelines are difficult to manage and small mistakes can result in steep fines and penalties, including criminal charges.
You should hire a qualified tax expert to assist you in navigating the maze of complex requirements to ensure you get the best possible resolution for your personal situation.
WE HAVE THE EXPERIENCE
Our attorneys, CPAs, and paralegals have decades of experience obtaining settlements with the IRS on behalf of clients. We understand the rules and regulations of the IRS that govern taxpayer settlements and can advise you regarding the best course of action to get back to compliance. We can help protect your income, your home, and your assets. We will communicate with the IRS on your behalf to find a solution to help you move forward with your life.
Demand that you use a specific payment method, such as a prepaid debit card, gift card or wire transfer. The IRS will not ask for your debit or credit card numbers over the phone.
Demand that you pay taxes without the opportunity to question or appeal the amount they say you owe. Generally, the IRS will first mail you a bill if you owe any taxes. You should also be advised of your rights as a taxpayer.
Threaten to bring in local police, immigration officers or other law-enforcement to have you arrested for not paying. The IRS also cannot revoke your driver’s license, business licenses, or immigration status. Threats like these are common tactics scam artists use to trick victims into buying into their schemes.”