Every taxpayer is entitled to representation.
A taxpayer may either represent him/herself or, with proper written authorization, have someone else represent him/her. A taxpayer’s representative must be an individual authorized to practice before the IRS, such as an enrolled agent. Jeffrey Yovanovich, EA is an Enrolled Agent. If you have a tax problem, a notice from the IRS, or are under audit, you want Jeffrey Yovanovich, EA to represent you before the IRS.
Representation allows a professional, usually an enrolled agent, to “take your place” in front of the IRS.
Your representative can:
Interact with the IRS.
Provide information and explanations on your behalf.
Enter into agreements with the IRS.
In short, the representative becomes you in the eyes of the IRS.
Taxpayers have the right to representation. A qualified representative can streamline the process, take much of the effort off of you, and ensure you get the best outcome.
Learn how to authorize Blue Line Tax & Accounting Services to work with the IRS for you.