Fresh Start Tax Resolutions
Looking for IRS Tax Relief? We Get It And We Can Help
Tax Resolution and the settlement of debts with government institutions is not something you can afford to do lightly. However, it is impossible to afford to be in bed with "sales offices" pretending to be a professional tax office. There is simply too much at stake. There are many obstacles in the way.
My name is Robert Kirnard. I am a licensed CPA and can represent you before the IRS. I have been representing clients (both national and local) for many years.
You don't need to be bombarded with sales pitches and obnoxious junk mail because your situation was picked by a database and you were deemed a "hot lead". Yes, this is how these operations can afford to advertise on national television and radio. They have a sales system and they work it. They work very hard.
Here's the dirty secret of the national tax debt resolution industry: Almost all of your contact will be with a commissioned sales person. A closer. And their mission is to close YOU.
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