Tax review services
provided free to Montgomery County, Maryland residents. Recover overpaid taxes
to the IRS, Independent Tax Review Specialists, peace of mind in knowing
that your taxes are not over paid! Tax services, second opinion on tax
prepartion for tax payers in Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Gaithersburg, Germantown,
Rockville, Potomac, Maryland
FREE Second Opinion and Tax Recovery Specialists
One of the Millions of Americans Who is Overpaying Their Taxes Every
Over 70% of all Small Businesses, Self Employed Individuals
and 1099 Income Earners have over paid their taxes
much did you overpay on your taxes?
Now, you can find out for
FREE, and recover money you unknowingly overpaid over the last 3
We get paid only after you get your Tax Re-fund. No refund, No
charge. Plain & Simple!!!
Right now the IRS has $5
Billion dollars in overpaid taxes sitting in a trust fund, accruing interest,
waiting to be claimed. The catch is that most people don't know they've
overpaid, and the IRS isn't required by law to tell them. If you don't find the
mistakes and request a refund within 3 years, then the IRS keeps the money.
How is it possible your
CPA would miss tax advantages for you?
are literally volumes and volumes of laws that can potentially affect
the amount of taxes you end up paying - and those laws change constantly. Often
new laws are introduced after the Tax season is over that can be applied with
retro effect. Unfortunately, very few tax preparers actually have the time to
learn the hundreds of new tax laws and changes released every year.
The average tax preparer
completes about 480 returns during tax season. With this overwhelming workload,
and the ever-changing tax code, it's nearly impossible to identify every
possible deduction that could help reduce your tax liability.
GAO estimated that 2.2 million taxpayers overpaid their 1998
taxes by $945 million, reported for 2002
6 OUT OF 10 OF OUR CLIENTS GET BACK ON
AVERAGE $ 6,000 - $ 10,000 IN TAX REFUND
Unless you fully analyze
these laws and know how they affect you, or you use a qualified tax preparer
that stays current on all new tax laws and changes, chances are you are paying
too much in taxes.
We offer a FREE
REVIEW of your last 3 years of taxes by a licensed, independent tax review
specialist, giving you the opportunity to get a qualified second opinion to
identify errors or missed deductions that may have caused you to overpay
IF THERE IS NO QUALIFIED
REFUND FOUND - THERE IS NO FEE!
If you have overpaid your
taxes and are entitled to a refund, then that money will be recovered for you.
It is not our intention to
replace your CPA but to give you the peace of mind that your tax preparer is
applying every possible deduction.
Review Specialists Find That 6 Out of 10 Clients Are Overpaying and Are
Entitled to an Average Refund Between $6,000 to $10,000!
Why you can't afford to wait.
You Could Lose a Year if
You Wait Too Long!
Your filing time is
limited by IRS statute. Generally you must file a claim for a credit or refund
within 3 years from the date you filed your original return or 2 years from the
date you paid the tax, whichever is later.
If You Do Not File a Claim
Within This 3 Year Period Then the IRS Keeps the Money.
You Don't Want to Make the
Same Mistakes on This Year's Taxes.
It's best not to
wait. If the review is completed in time, you will be able to take
advantage of the new tax knowledge revealed through the free review, when
filing this year's taxes. You will get copies of the amended returns after they
have been filed. You can then take this information to your tax preparer and
have them apply these same deductions.
started now at our web site.
It's a WIN-WIN Situation!
Either you recover money that you
overpaid, or you get the peace of mind in knowing that you are NOT OVERPAYING
and that your tax preparer is doing the best possible job for you. You can't
While the IRS will not go out of
its way to correct your overpaid taxes and send you a check, it won't punish
you for making corrections either.
"3.3 Million People Will Amend
Their Taxes This Year, Which Is Up 80% from a Decade Ago." USA Today
(March 15, 2002)