Unlimited Representation Before the IRS

IRS Auditor - SliderIf you receive an IRS notice or are selected for an audit, then one of your rights as a taxpayer is to have unlimited representation by a credentialed tax practitioner to act on your behalf.   New for 2016 is the addition of the word “unlimited“.  This means that professionals who fall under this category can represent you regardless of whether or not they prepared your tax return.  A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an example of one of those tax practitioners.  Loggins Kern & McCombs has been a certified tax practitioner for over thirty years and represented many clients before the Internal Revenue Service. 

What is “unlimited representation before the IRS” ?

One of our main areas of expertise is negotiating and resolving problems with the IRS.  Whether your issue is a penalty notice, collection action or even notice that you are being audited, representing yourself is like being on trial for murder without an attorney.

We currently have seven CPAs on our staff at Loggins Kern & McCombs. Our founding partner, Ben Loggins, was a former IRS instructor/agent.  We not only understand the intricacies of tax code, but also speak the language of auditors.  We can negotiate to get the best possible settlement on your behalf. Over the past thirty years, Loggins Kern & McCombs have helped many clients get penalties lowered, liens released and audits completed.

Contact our office today for assistance with the IRS.

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