What's the difference between standard tax accounting and a true tax resolution approach?
Well, on the latest installment of Go Beyond Numbers, we're exploring this very topic. Join Tony and Ryan in welcoming Jessica Leitao, Supervisor of Tax Services at Rose, Snyder & Jacobs, LLP, as they unpack all of the unique benefits of utilizing a wholesome tax resolution approach.
Listen as Jessica shares her experiences in working with clients to develop the best possible strategies and solutions for dealing with their tax-related issue.
This episode is jam-packed with beneficial tax knowledge that you won't want to miss! Enjoy!
0:06 - Introduction and overview on the discussion
1:33 - Welcoming Jessica Leitao to the show
1:59 - Jessica's role at Rose, Snyder & Jacobs, LLP
3:20 - The difference between an accountant that files tax returns and tax resolution
7:00 - Does every tax payer need tax resolution?
8:45 - Is there anything we can do to keep the IRS from levying your bank account?
9:10 - How Jessica got involved in tax resolution to begin with
11:20 - You should always file your tax returns
15:08 - What happens if you don't have money to pay your tax bill?
17:05 - How we can reduce your tax bill
21:49 - An example of a case that Jessica worked on using tax resolution
25:50 - There is no statute of limitations if you never filed your tax returns
28:38 - The cost associated with utilizing someone to help with tax resolution
32:13 - Jessica's key takeaways within tax resolution
34:10 - Closing remarks
Connect with Tony Rose: