Do you represent people under criminal investigation?

Not directly. You need an attorney to represent you if you are concerned about possible criminal actions. We do not have the right to privileged conversations that an attorney has and could be forced to testify against you. We can work indirectly with you by having your attorney hire us to help him or her provide for your defense.

Author: Jim Payne

Jim Payne, a Florida Certified Public Accountant (CPA) since 1976, offers candid insights on getting square with the IRS — with the least pain, and at the lowest cost — with (or without) the help of a tax representative. Mr. Payne is a former IRS agent and expert in business profitability, IRS audits, IRS payroll tax, and IRS non-filer issues. As a Tax Representative, his goal is clear: " I will speak on your behalf to all IRS agents, so you never have to, and I'll guide you in executing a strategy to resolve your IRS problem so you can get back to enjoying life."

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