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Do you feel overwhelmed with the amount of taxes you owe? Almost as though you're in a never-ending cycle of tax debt? Luckily, there are legitimate options to help get you the needed tax relief.

Ultimately, avoiding tax problems starts with hiring a reputable accountant before getting into tax debt. You can easily drive around and see all the big-name companies, but it is often best to stick to a firm that is local to Montana.

Choosing a Montana-based CPA will ensure your state taxes are paid accurately. You will also have the peace of mind that comes with knowing all of your questions will be correctly answered.

Our accountants aren't just going to help you file your taxes. They will help you find all of the tax breaks that are applicable to you, your family, and your business. They are certified and knowledgeable about the tax laws in both the state of Montana & federal regulations. This will typically help minimize your tax burden as well as the chances of being audited and needing to hire a tax attorney in the future.

Enrolled Agents Versus Certified Public Accountants

For people who are already having problems with federal taxes, enrolled agents are available to speak to the IRS on your behalf. These agents can help during any audits, appeals, and collections processes.

If you're wondering about the difference between a CPA and an enrolled agent, it is quite simple. A CPA is certified within your state and knowledgeable about federal taxes. An enrolled agent is a person who has the highest credentials issued by the IRS.

With this said, a fair amount of tax relief can be seen with a CPA firm which will limit the need for an enrolled agent. When searching for a CPA, you will want to find out about their pricing structure, how they handle tax cases similar to yours, and their protocol regarding audits.

Paying for Past Mistakes

Unfortunately, many people have tax mistakes from years prior. When this happens, it is easy to try to ignore or avoid the problem. Continuing to do this only adds to your stress and will eventually catch up to you.

The best way to handle previous errors with your taxes and to find much-needed tax relief is to speak with a professional. You might find the problem isn't as bad as you thought or that there is a simple solution to fix it. Regardless of the mistake or problem, you can trust that our professional team will help get you the tax relief you need!