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Greensboro Tax Representation Services

Tax Law Experts

If you are facing the IRS about a tax matter, don’t handle the procedure on your own! You need someone who understands the tax laws and will fight for you. That someone is Clarence O. Williamson, Jr.

As an Enrolled Agent, he uses his knowledge of the tax laws to make sure that you receive the best settlement possible. He has been representing tax payers since the mid 1990s, is a designated Fellow by the National Tax Practice Institute and is able to represent taxpayers before the IRS on any matter in all 50 states and US territories.

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What is an Enrolled Agent?

An Enrolled Agent is a tax professional who not only can prepare taxes but also specializes in representing and fighting for their clients in disputes with the state and IRS. In addition, an Enrolled Agent is able to provide tax assistance for trusts, partnerships and other organizations that are required to file taxes.

Why Use an Enrolled Agent?

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To answer questions on national, state and local tax laws

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They must take a minimum of 72 hours of continuing education classes every 3 years so that they are 100% qualified to represent you in any tax or accounting matter

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When you have out-of-state returns. Enrolled agents are the only taxpayer representatives who receive their unlimited right to practice from the federal government (CPAs and attorneys are licensed by the states). That means if you need to file in more than one state and eventually need representation before that state in an audit or resolution case, the same Enrolled Agent can do it

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EAs help ensure clients are treated appropriately by the IRS, work out payment plans on the best possible terms, and ensure the IRS follows laws that protect taxpayers

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To provide confidentiality—under certain conditions - between the taxpayer and the Enrolled Agent

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They must pass a rigorous background check conducted by the IRS; they must also adhere to a stringent Code of Ethics and Rules of Professional Conduct of the Association along with the Treasury Department’s Circular 230 Regulations

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When you need help resolving an IRS dispute or expect to owe. People who don't have the resources to pursue a taxation attorney often hire Enrolled Agents instead for civil resolution cases. Not only do EAs rates tend to be more affordable, their tax law expertise to represent clients in tax proceedings, audit hearings and appeals