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How to Avoid the Wrath of the IRS Collections Division This Tax Season

Tax season is upon us, and self-employed individuals and small businesses face a number of tax issues that are unique to them.

Now that the joyous holiday season has left us, a not-quite-so-joyous season for most Americans is quickly descending upon us: Tax time! For some of your audience, tax time will result in owing some amount to the IRS.

Jassen Bowman, an Enrolled Agent licensed directly by the IRS to represent taxpayers, is an associate with Phoenix Financial Group in Lafayette, Colorado, and is available for interviews to help ensure that your listening audience is ready to make the most of tax season. He is an entertaining, yet educating, speaker, having spoken at a number of live seminars and recording over 70 educational CDs for business professionals.

Jassen will tell your audience how they can make the most of the tax laws for their benefit, rather than the government’s. He will cover topics such as:

• Exactly what self-employed individuals need to do in January in order to avoid expensive tax penalties;

• The actions required by small business owners in order to stay off the IRS radar this tax season;

• Commonly missed tax deductions that can turn a tax bill into a tax refund;

• Why fear is the single best weapon used by the IRS;

• What to expect when your tax return shows an amount due that you cannot afford to pay;

• How to address a bill from the IRS;

• What to do when the IRS comes knocking on your door;

• How to avoid getting ripped off by scum bags in the tax resolution industry.

Source: Pressrelesepoint

Categories: General
  1. January 17, 2010 at 11:21 am

    The IRS e-flie system is now open, most W-2s and 1099s will be in mail in the next couple of weeks. Is everybody ready for tax time?

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