Jay Freeborne

by Jay Freeborne, Enrolled Agent

If you are receiving the following IRS letters: your case is in Automated Collection Systems (ACS): What's in an IRS Letter?

ACS is the division that handles IRS collection cases for people with balances due. It is essentially "automated" in that letters go out to you from their computer and if you don't contact them, levies will go towards your payroll and/or bank account. There are hundreds of representatives at the IRS available to you to solve your matter at the 1-800-829-7650 phone # or 1-800-829-3903. So, it seems simple enough: you contact them and they help you solve your tax case.

However, you could be making a big mistake without effective tax representation! Experienced tax professionals like myself and others on the staff of WATAX are well versed in the tricks of dealing with Automated Collections. Very simple tricks can make the difference between you paying them $500 more a month than you have to -- to paying them anything at all.

After our 30 plus years in the business, we are very clear that paying a highly experienced professional to deal with ACS is well worth it.

For 30 years, WATAX has been solving every kind of tax problem. Call us at 1-888-282-4697 or email us a description of your tax issue and we'll contact you.

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