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(Houston, TX) If you don’t know the in’s and outs of the tax code, there is a chance of you being audited. The IRS loves to take advantage of the fact the regular “Jane or John Doe” can be easily tripped up or tricked by the IRS.
In order to reduce the likelihood of a person becoming the focus of an audit, Joe Mastriano P. C. has introduced a four-part checklist to avoid this situation.
“After 35 years and thousands of successful tax cases, we developed a four-part checklist that, when followed, can help you avoid being the focus of an IRS audit,” stated Joe Mastriano. “Those who have followed our guidelines have not had to deal with the IRS and were able to avoid collection actions.”
More people are worried about audit meetings today than they ever have been in the past. Having a process to follow that reduces the potential of being audited is considered extremely valuable. The four-part process offered at lets taxpayers know exactly what needs to be done and how to fill out forms to avoid bank accounts and paychecks being levied.
“We teach our clients how to avoid audits now and in the future,” Mastriano continued. “One of the key elements of avoiding an audit is presenting the right evidence to the IRS. Our team has years of experience in this industry and can help solve your IRS issues and avoid experiencing more in the future.”
At taxproblem.org clients can receive a free evaluation just by contacting the staff. This helps them understand what the firm is able to do and why these professional services are so important.
ABOUT JOE MASTRIANO P.C.
The CPA firm ran by Joe Mastriano, CPA was started in the 1980s. Since that time, he has represented thousands of taxpayers and helped them avoid serious IRS problems. In the past 35 years, Joe and his team have also helped people resolve their most complex and frustrating tax issues. He has helped with issues related to IRS audits, those who owe taxes, and other issues related to the IRS. Dedicated to customer satisfaction, this firm can help anyone, regardless of what their tax and IRS related issues may be. He believes in making sure individuals are informed each step of the way.
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