What is a Tax Account Review?

The Tax Account Review Service (TAR) service is designed to help taxpayers that need specific information about the status of their account with the IRS.

This service provides taxpayers with clear and concise information about the status of their IRS account.

Many taxpayers complain about receiving inconsistent or incomplete information from the IRS. This service provides taxpayers with clear and concise information about the status of their IRS account. With this service we provide a year-by-year break down detailing how much is owed for each particular tax year, verify tax filing compliance, obtain statute of limitation dates for liabilities and determine whether a tax lien has been filed.

How can we help?

With clear and concise information on the status of your IRS account, you have peace of mind.

We will be actively involved in the planning process to ensure maximum tax savings while avoiding the possible pitfalls related to the allowance for loan losses, alternative minimum taxes and net operating losses.

We closely examine your status to not only review the reasonableness of the income tax account balances, but also to determine whether there are any tax planning strategies available that may be implemented before year end. Since we will be intimately familiar with your tax situation, we are able to provide advice on current developments affecting your account status.

Client Testimonials

Here’s what our clients are saying about their experience.

Andy Yu is the best CPA in Southern California by far. His past experience really shines when presenting our options and creating a strategy in resolving the tax dispute. His insight on the audit process delivered a prompt resolution.

I woiuld highly recommend Andy Yu to anyone who is dealing with an IRS tax audit. He was very professional and was able to reduce my debt for a fraction. You have earned a client for life.

Andy Yu is passionate about helping his clients. He identified all the mistakes and swiftly resolved my tax disputes. Thank you Andy!