About Total Tax
Total Tax, Inc has been providing personalized tax law services to clients nationwide since 1991.
We understand that tax preparation and resolution requires individual attention. That’s why we reject the mass production, assembly-line approach that the tax relief companies use.
While we have a national client base, we offer the dedicated personal service you would expect from a local tax firm.
Don’t take our word for it; compare Total Tax against any other major tax resolution companies in terms of Better Business Bureau ratings and see the difference!
Total Tax is the reliable pro you need in your corner. Our team of experts includes tax consultants, certified public accountants, tax attorneys, and IRS enrolled agents.
All here to ensure your taxes are taken care of easily and accurately!
Below we will define each team member’s role and introduce you to a few staff members.
A tax consultant is a licensed professional that can advise you on tax planning and preparation.
Whether you’re an individual, business, or organization, a trusted tax consultant will be able to provide valuable advice on how best to manage your finances while adhering to state regulations.
Total Tax consultants can help with general ledger review, business start-up consulting, and tax planning.
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Tax attorneys are lawyers with specialized training in both tax law and accounting. Their main job is representing individuals and businesses in legal tax disputes such as an audit or tax lien.
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Certified tax accountants help individuals and corporations fulfill their IRS and State tax obligations.
Their primary role is to evaluate, advise and review financial documents for accuracy.
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Proud to belong to the following groups:
ASTPS: The American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS) are tax practitioners and enrolled agents who specialize in helping taxpayers resolve their tax problems with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and state tax agencies.
NAEA: The National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA) are federally-licensed tax practitioners who have passed a rigorous IRS exam and met continuing education requirements.
AICPA: The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) was founded in 1887 and sets ethical and professional standards for CPAs.