LOOKING FOR ADVICE YOU CAN TRUST FROM A WILMINGTON TAX PROFESSIONAL?
WE GET IT.
AND WE CAN HELP.
For Small Businesses
Establish greater profitability and business efficiency.
If you see no way out, we have the experience needed to negotiate your settlement with the IRS.
And even if you don’t live in the local area (if you’ll pardon my bias), here’s why you should immediately email or call me…
When it comes to tax resolution and negotiating with government institutions, you can’t afford to mess around – nor can you afford to get in bed with “sales rooms” masquerading as a professional tax office. There’s simply too much at stake. And there are too many landmines along the path.
My name is Karen S. Durda. I am a licensed Enrolled Agent, and I can represent you in front of the IRS. I’ve been doing so on behalf of clients (both local and national) now for years.
But what you DON’T need is to be bombarded by ruthless sales pitches and overbearing junk mail simply because your situation was picked up by some database somewhere, and you were targeted as 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. Very hard.
Here’s the dirty secret of the national tax relief industry: Almost all of your contact will be with a commissioned salesperson. A closer. And their mission is to close YOU.
When people come to our “door” for help with back taxes and penalties and any number of issues with their tax situation, they’re not just looking for someone to negotiate on their behalf and get them through the IRS process.
They’re looking for a reliable tax professional in Wilmington who has the experience and know-how they can trust, who will do the hard work of resolving their situation, so they don’t have to.
It can be difficult to know where to begin with tax problems. Unfiled tax returns, missed deadlines, overdue payments… That’s why we’re here!
We’ll provide you with the best possible service, so you can have peace of mind about your tax standing with the IRS.
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