Numbers don’t lie. But how you interpret those numbers can mean the difference between success and failure. In addition to preparing your current taxes, Ehrich Consulting Group will prepare you for future liabilities so you don’t get an unexpected bill from the IRS. As a result, you have a better understanding of your current tax picture and anticipated tax liabilities. With Ehrich Consulting, there are no surprises, only positive results.
Ehrich Consulting Can Assist With
Estate and Trust Returns
It’s not simply putting numbers into the IRS tax forms. We analyze your tax return to get the highest amount of refund and maximum amount of deductions. We also compare your current tax year to the last tax year to see if there is anything missing or any discrepancies. We prepare your tax return with the highest integrity and communicate with the taxpayer on and ongoing basis so you know when your tax return will be finished and e-filed.
A proforma tax return is prepared to determine a future tax liability. We then plan on how to pay that liability to the IRS whether it’s though estimated tax payments, extra W-2 withholdings or a variety of different payment methods.
It is a cliché to say that death and taxes are the only two things that are certain in life. For better or worse, we have to pay the IRS a portion of every dollar we earn. Sometimes life happens and we forget about this very simple concept, and some clients get a scary letter from the IRS.
We have deep experience working with the IRS to resolve your tax liability problems so you can sleep better at night. For example, one of our clients came to our office with a stack of letters, saying she owed a significant amount of money to the IRS. We learned she hadn’t paid her taxes in five years!
We walked her through the various ways she could pay the IRS without going bankrupt and put her in a position where she could pay the IRS what she owed without losing everything. While this process can be tedious and cumbersome we help take some of that burden and provide guidance – while negotiating directly with the IRS on your behalf – to mitigate your tax liabilities.