Tax Resolvers summary
- Free consultations
- Federal and state taxes
- A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
- Few details available on the Tax Resolvers website
- Unclear which Tax Resolver employees are CPAs
- Unclear pricing
Why Go with Tax Resolvers
Tax Resolvers can negotiate back taxes, liens, levies, and more to help you minimize your debt and reach a favorable payment plan for your situation. Free consultations are available over the phone, and the company has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Tax Resolvers also offers other tax services, including consultation and tax preparation.
- Debt negotiation: Tax Resolvers will negotiate with the IRS to reduce your state, federal, and payroll tax debts to set up a payment plan or reach a partial settlement.
- Audit resolution: Responding to an audit on your own can be complicated, and the Tax Resolvers team will help you review documents and build your case for the IRS.
- Wage garnishment and tax levies: In some cases, the IRS will seize assets or take money from your paycheck in order to recover your debt. Tax Resolvers will negotiate for a more sensible payment plan on your behalf.
While Tax Resolvers offers free consultations for potential clients, they don’t provide many details regarding pricing. Like other tax relief services, Tax Resolvers charges a variable rate depending on your case. Hence, it’s difficult to predict how much you’ll be charged until you have the chance to discuss your specific situation with a Tax Resolvers agent.
If you’re concerned about pricing, make sure to shop around and get an idea of what a few different tax relief organizations will charge. Make a point to ask your caseworker for an estimate during the initial consultation.
Tax Resolvers works on several tax-related issues. Whether you’re looking for tax preparation, personalized tax consultation, or relief for federal, state, or payroll taxes, Tax Resolvers will help you review documents, minimize your tax burden, and negotiate with the IRS. Their team will stay in touch to make sure you’re up to date with every step of the process.
You can get a free consultation with no further commitment, so you won’t have to pay at all unless you’re sure that you want their help. Furthermore, Tax Resolvers’ services are entirely remote, making them a convenient option during the COVID-19 pandemic. You’ll be able to fill out the questionnaire, get in touch with their staff, and resolve your issue relatively quickly.
To be fair, you’ll be spending most of your time communicating with your caseworker through other channels rather than sending messages over the website. You won’t have much of a reason to return to the Tax Resolvers site after filling out the initial questionnaire and receiving a reply from their team.
We have reached out to Tax Resolvers and will update our review if and when their team provides answers to the missing security questions.
Help and Support
Tax Resolvers doesn’t have a dedicated support team, which can make it challenging to get in touch with them for general concerns. Similarly, there aren’t any dedicated contact hours, so you will need to work out a schedule with your caseworker after hearing back.
With that being said, Tax Resolvers is still highly responsive compared to some other tax relief services. After we sent a request in the evening, we received an SMS response from their team the next morning. You should be able to get in touch with a caseworker in order to schedule a call in the near future.
1120 Sycamore Avenue
Vista, CA 92081