Should I Hire a Tax Relief Company?


The number one problem when hiring a tax relief company is that they will close on you. Historically, there have been many that just do nothing on the cases as well. That does not seem to be as much of a problem as it was in the mid-2000s, but still, it does happen.

They also charge a lot more than most tax attorneys and do a less thorough job. The main problem with tax relief companies is they can close on you. Just Google JK Harris, American Tax Relief, or Blue Tax. Those are a few examples that have gone into dust and left the clients hanging.

Also, some tax cases are so easy it’s just easier to do it yourself. Many tax relief companies and even tax law firms will try to hit you up for a fee when it’s not needed. Some cases are so easy you would waste more time filling out their paperwork than resolving it yourself.

Some cases are super simple and you do not need our help. Certain people just don’t want to deal with the paperwork and that’s a reason to hire someone.

If you only got Social Security as your source of income with no significant assets you probably will get a settlement pretty easily. Just follow the guides linked below.

Here’s something no other tax lawyer or tax relief firms will tell you:

If you do not fill out your forms correctly, the IRS will just ask for more info. If you cannot afford help, just fill out a settlement on your own. Our guides cover the process from start to finish.

If you come across something and need a question answered, just comment on our video and one of our tax attorneys will do our best to provide an answer so you can get it in.

There are a lot of people out there that just need a case done but can’t afford help. Our mission is to help you save the most money. At TRP, we don’t care if you hire us or not, we’re here to help you save as much as possible.

Should I Hire a Tax Relief Company? No! Many Close On You

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