Clean Slate Tax started in 2013 and specializes in solving state and IRS tax problems. It is currently headquartered in Jupiter, Florida, and has an additional location in Mamaroneck, New York. Clean Slate Tax specializes in communicating and negotiating with the IRS on behalf of clients to resolve tax problems, tax settlements, and help with preparing client taxes.
Additionally, Clean Slate Tax is a member of the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS). Clean Slate Tax is not a member of the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) or the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA).
Customers can take advantage of a free, no-obligation financial analysis. This session usually lasts around 30 minutes and explains the client's qualifying tax programs and the associated fees. The analysis is usually done with a senior tax consultant or professional.
To work with the company, clients must owe at least $7.5k in taxes. Clean Slate Tax works with a two-step process:
Step 1: Tax Investigation and Financial Analysis Clean Slate Tax will conduct a full financial analysis to understand the client's financial situation, and see which tax programs the tax professional should recommend. The company receives the client's tax transcripts from the IRS/State and then will tell the client what penalties appear, and how much is owed.
Step 2: Tax Settlement and/or Resolution The company reviews every tax program the client's situation qualifies for, and from there reviews all of the advantages and disadvantages of each option. Clean Slate Tax breaks down the costs and programs the customer can choose, and from there, the customer can decide which route to go. Clients are not obligated to go through with the company. Clean Slate Tax claims that if clients decide to contract with Clean Slate Tax, the company will resolve their tax problems.
Clean Slate Tax's website is transparent about its professional staff and provides a bio on each team member. The company works with a team made up of tax attorneys, CPAs, and enrolled agents.
Often, clients run into tax problems when they don't pay their taxes or fail to file their tax returns. After assessing each case, the company informs customers of the different services they can provide to help. If Clean Slate Tax does not think it can solve the problem, they will tell customers upfront, and help them find the best way to resolve their situation. Clean Slate Tax helps fix the following tax problems:
Depending on the client's unique situation, the company will utilize one or more of the following tax relief services:
If the company cannot solve a client's tax problem, they will issue a full refund.
Those who have questions can take advantage of Clean Slate Tax's live chat feature. People can go to their website to instantly chat with an enrolled agent.
While their customer service is quite responsive overall, customers have said it is hard to get a reply to questions over email. Additionally, when talking to a representative by phone, Clean Slate Tax requires personal information before answering some specific tax program related questions.
Sources suggest that prices could be anywhere from $1,500 to $5,000. Customers must also have at least $10,000 in tax debt in order to qualify for Clean Slate Tax's IRS debt relief services.
While the company provides information on their offered tax program services, Clean Slate Tax does not explain pricing information for each tax resolution service online. Instead, their financial professionals only state the fees associated with each client's qualifying program over the phone.
When looking into tax relief services, people may want a company that has been established in the industry for a long time. Clean Slate Tax only entered the industry in 2013. The website states that its team of tax professionals collectively has over 25 years of experience. While this is a substantial number, top leading companies in the industry often advertise much more extensive experience.
Clean Slate Tax's website does not state that they are a member of the National Association of Tax Professionals or the National Association of Enrolled Agents. The company is, however, a member of the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers.
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