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ATTN: All Individual & Small Business Taxpayers

Read Below to be Free from the IRS
(even if you don't know where to start right now)

Did you get a letter from the IRS?​  Then you need to take these 3 steps immediately:

  1. Verify that the IRS letter is real

    • Call the IRS at (800) 829-1040 to verify the authenticity of the notice​ to make sure it's not fraud 

  2. Review the IRS letter

    • Gather files of the tax year(s) in question, and determine whether you agree or disagree with the IRS​

  3. Respond to the IRS letter

    • Pay the bill if you agree with the IRS​

    • Write a letter or call the IRS if you disagree

    • Either way, the IRS expects you to respond by the deadline date in the letter

If you would like to learn more, download my free guide "Taxpayers Who Receive an IRS Notice"

Or... you can call me for a free 30 min consultation

As someone who helps taxpayers with IRS problems on a daily basis, I understand better than anyone that IRS problems are not only time-consuming but also emotionally draining.  The longer you wait to deal with your IRS problem, the worse it gets and more costly with new penalties and interest being charged every day.  The IRS problem will always be there unless you really take care of it, and eventually, it will take a toll on you financially, emotionally, and even physically.

Our team has a combined experience of over 30 years with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to effectively represent you in your tax controversy before not only the IRS but also the Franchise Tax Board (FTB), Employment Development Department (EDD), or Board of Equalization (BOE).  Many of our team members are former IRS agents, and we are all IRS Enrolled Agents, which means that we are all enrolled and licensed by the US Treasury to represent taxpayers before the IRS in all 50 states. Additionally, I am a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ who can help you with tax planning the right way, and prevent IRS troubles in the future.

While I don't know anything about your situation yet, I do know that your IRS problem will not go away by itself, unless you take action.  So stop the procrastination, and take care of your IRS issue once and for all!


Joon Um, CFP®, EA, CLU®, ChFC®

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