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I needed help with my IRS taxes. The Tax Resolvers matched me with Community Tax. My agent, Ryan, was very good and friendly.
I used Tax Resolvers because I thought they were going to see to it that I would not pay as much taxes. Their agent, Ryan, was nice. There was a woman I talked to at first and I thought they would knock all my taxes out. They said they did not know. It cost me $2000 to get them and I'm still not sure if I was better off just paying IRS.
If you owe $10,000 or more, Tax Resolvers will help you out to reduce them and that's what I needed. The agent Nicholdric would keep me updated and if I had any questions, he said to call him at any time. I was pleased with what I had to pay back, which was brought down to $2,700 because it was up like $13,000. I got that paid off and I'm just glad it's done and over with.
I was having a problem with the IRS in reference to my taxes. The agents that I worked with were friendly and helped me out. They got me through the process.
We needed our tax issues taken care of so we connected with The Tax Resolvers. I called them for the first time when the state kept putting the block on our checking out and savings account. Then we had our state taxes paid so now they owed us money rather than us owing them money but they couldn't see that. We'd get a letter saying that we wouldn't be able to get our license plates renewed until it's resolved. Then we had to point out to them that it's supposed to be a refund. Eventually they took it off but it's just stupid.
The reason I called the second time was because I had some money set aside for my hearing aids and the state put a block on us getting that money out. They were ready and I was going to go pick them up while my wife couldn't get the money out of the bank. Meanwhile we've got the federal taxes again. That's when our agent told me "No, don't worry about it. They will be sending you but they shouldn't be putting anything on your liens or garnishes or anything like that". So he was alright and overall the experience was great.
The Tax Resolvers took care of my problem, they negotiated and charged me little by little. They did a perfect job.
My experience with The Tax Resolvers was okay. I needed some advice so I connected with them. It was fine working with their agent, but I didn't get the final results and all the paperwork.
I had some bad advice on an offer on compromise and I knew I needed some other professionals to take care of it so I connected with The Tax Resolvers. They kept in contact with me, and whenever I called about a question they made sure that they got back to me right away on it and they still take the time to talk with me. They put me on a payment plan so I didn't have to come up with all that money, which was the biggest problem for me in the past. I'm very satisfied with them and I love the customer service that they gave. In fact, I have recommended them to a couple of friends.
I needed to resolve the issues to get the IRS off my back. They wouldn't work with me, so I decided to contact The Tax Resolvers. They referred me to Community Tax. They never mentioned that they could have deleted most of my debt somehow. My accountant put me on an extension and I was afraid the IRS was gonna come back and say I defaulted because Community Tax kept saying that, "If you default on our agreement, then you're gonna have to pay the money." But I didn't owe the IRS money. For example, on my tax return this year, I overpaid, so all the IRS cared about was they got to take my money. But the company handled everything and whatever they needed, I sent them, and that was it. If they had any questions, they called me and I answered the best I could. They worked fast and did a good job.
I paid them upfront and I was happy with the settlement that they got for me. I met with the guy that was handling my case, I gave him the money order and then they'd received it. I've also made an agreement to make payments, then I made payments. It should have taken about 6 months and I'm happy that it was solved. The Tax Resolvers is a good service and I'd recommend them.
I went with The Tax Resolvers a couple of years ago and I haven't had a problem since. It's great that I never have to do anything, they did what they had to do. I would recommend them.
I needed help to resolve my taxes so I contacted The Tax Resolvers, who seemed to be reputable. Working with Nathan was good and they connected me with Community Tax Service. However, I felt they didn't give me all the information upfront about what the cost was going to be, and they only resolved my Federal tax while I thought they were also going to do my state tax as well. Overall, it was relatively good.
It's been good working with Joseph, the agent at The Tax Resolvers. I’m happy with my experience.
I got in touch with Community Tax to help reduce my taxes that I thought were taken out already. I cashed my annuity out like my brother did and in his case, the taxes were already taken out and he never got any bill. I, however got sent a bill for these taxes since it turns out that it wasn't taken out yet. I signed some documents to release the money, but I didn't know that it says that the taxes aren't taken out yet. The IRS has sent me a couple of notices/threatening letters regarding this matter.
Now I just got my papers from Community Tax and I've got to do the signing-a-lease compromise papers, but I didn't know there were fees involved in it. I lost my job and I'm collecting unemployment benefits hopefully in about a week, so I'll nevertheless be able to file those papers and get them going. As far as service is concerned though, Community Tax is fantastic and I'd recommend them.
I have a bunch of tax problems that's why I went to The Tax Resolvers. I’m not really dissatisfied, but I’ve got to wait and see what they get done since they're still working on it. But since I started, I never get to talk to the same person, and the ones I get to talk to can't speak English very good. I don't understand what they're saying most of the time so that kind of aggravates me.
The Tax Resolvers are still helping with my tax issues. So far, the experience has been good. I would recommend them.
I heard about Community Tax over the radio and I contacted them because I got tax problems. It's been decent so far. They contact me and we often talk. I've even recommended them to friends.
I needed tax resolution people, so I went in contact with Community Tax. Working with them seemed okay, but now the matter is in the hands of the IRS. I am happy with the experience.
The agents there were friendly and were good to me so far. They did a satisfactory job in helping and assisting me. There were no notable instances that they made me angry, but I think there is still room for improvement.
I paid Community Tax an initial fee and now they’re working on things for me. I like them so far with the exception of every time I try to call, I just hear a whole bunch of noise. I haven't been able to get a hold of the person I actually have to get a hold of. He did call me back even though they said that they won’t have him call me back so overall, it's okay.
I just started working with The Tax Resolvers. So far to this point they’re very good.
I canceled everything with Tax Resolvers. I lost $500. I thought they were going to help me, but they did not. After I typed in my information, different people called and told me I have to pay this and that. They want $1,500 more besides the $500 to help me because in the investigation, they found out that I did not qualify because of this and that. I don’t want to pay $1,500 more for nothing. And I said "Forget it. I want to cancel." I already called the IRS and I have the payment plan with them.
Tax Resolvers has been great and I would recommend them to a friend. They connected me with Community, but we're only in the beginning so they ain't done enough yet for me to really know what good they have done.
The Tax Resolvers Company Information
- Company Name:
- The Tax Resolvers
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- 1120 Sycamore Ave. Suite 2B
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- United States