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Online Tax Preparation
We have been providing this service since 2000.
Although it is difficult to trust many websites that claim to
offer this service, we make every effort to ensure that your
information is protected. We do not sell or provide your
information to anyone that is not authorized. Our online
tax service is operated and maintained by Drake Software, a
leader in Professional Tax Software for more than 30 years.
Qualified Tax Professionals
Every licensed preparer in our office must complete a minimum of 60
hours of continuing professional education each year.
This is more that twice the IRS requirement. We do this in
order to provide you with the greatest level of professional
service possible. We set ourselves apart from most other
tax preparation services because of this.
History of Our Tax System
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of our tax system.
Know your Rights!
the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
Mr. Adams is a Licensed
Enrolled Agent, Enrolled to Practice before the IRS. Taxpayers should never
represent themselves before the IRS, that is why our services encompass
a wide variety of Administrative Tax Law Representational needs including:
* Offer in Compromise
* Answering IRS Notices
* Audit Representation
What is an Enrolled Agent?
Enrolled Agents are tax professionals licensed by the federal government
(United States Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service). The history of Enrolled Agents dates back to
1884, when President Chester A. Arthur signed into law "The Enabling Act".
The act was signed 5 years before the first CPA Society was formed in 1889. This Act
provided rules to regulate persons who represent citizens dealing with
the U.S. Treasury Department or IRS.
Enrolled Agents were the first professionals authorized to prepare tax
returns and represent taxpayers before the U.S. Treasury Department and
later the IRS.
Unlike CPA's who generally only perform general accounting tasks and
accounting audits, all Enrolled Agents specialize in taxation. They are involved in preparing,
advising and representing all tax-reporting entities such as: Individuals,
Partnerships, Corporations, Estates and Trusts.
An Enrolled Agent (EA) is
a tax professional who has demonstrated special competence in tax
preparation and representation matters, in most cases by passing a
comprehensive examination or, in some cases, by virtue of specialized tax
law experience as a former IRS employee. Enrolled agents apply for
enrollment, pass suitability checks, and are issued and enrollment card.
What distinguishes and Enrolled Agent from other tax professionals is
that the Enrolled Agent has attained the most expansive license that a tax
professional can receive that the IRS grants to a tax professional. An
EA has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the IRS.
Enrolled Agents are generally unrestricted as to which taxpayers they can
represent, what types of tax matters they can handle, and which IRS office
they can represent before.
EA’s have demonstrated technical competence in taxation by passing a
rigorous 3 part
exam covering ALL aspects of Tax Law which is administered by the IRS. As a result, EA’s are in a special position to
help taxpayers deal with the IRS.
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Adams & Adams
Professional Services LLC. * 320 Decker Dr., Suite 100 * Irving, TX
Adams & Adams
Professional Services LLC. * 1332 S Buckner Blvd. * Dallas, TX 75217