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|SuperMoney Rating||Strongly recommended|
|Minimum Tax Debt Required||$0|
|Range of fees||$100 - $100,000|
Where does Hurricane Tax do business?
Hurricane Tax is a tax relief company based in Los Angeles, CA. The company was founded in 2000 and offers tax relief services to individuals and businesses in 49 states (and Washington, DC).
How much does Hurricane Tax charge for its tax relief services?
Fees vary depending on the size and complexity of each case. However, you can expect the cost of Hurricane Tax services to start at $100 and range up to $100,000. According to Hurricane Tax, the average customer will pay $1,900 in fees.However, Hurricane Tax does offer flexible payments so you don't have to pay their fees as a lump sum. Hurricane Tax does not offer a money back guarantee.
|Money Back Guarantee?||No|
|No Retainer Fee?||No|
|Range of Fees||Starting at $100|
What is the minimum tax debt Hurricane Tax will consider?Hurricane Tax has no minimum debt requirements. It accepts all taxpayers regardless of how much they owe.
What kind of tax cases can Hurricane Tax handle?
Hurricane Tax provides assistance to taxpayers for a wide selection of tax issues. These include:
- Currently not Collectible Cases
- Installment Agreement Cases
- Asset Seizure / Tax Levy
- Bank Account Levy
- Can't Afford To Pay Tax Debt
- Disagree With Amount Owed
- Offshore Banking Tax Penalty Relief
- Revenue Officer Calling
- Tax Lien
- Tax Audit
- Unfiled Return
- Wage Garnisment
What type of customers does Hurricane Tax consider?Hurricane Tax deals with personal AND business tax relief cases. Some tax attorneys specialize in one or the other.
What type of Currently Not Collectible cases does Hurricane Tax consider?
Currently not collectible (or CNC), means the IRS has determined you don't have the assets or the income to repay your tax debt. In such cases, the IRS stops the collection process until your financial situation improves. Some tax relief companies will either not accept cases with CNC status or have a policy to only take cases that fall within a maximum term before the CNC status expiration.
Hurricane Tax will consider currently not collectible cases. Note that Hurricane Tax does not have a policy for maximum term until CNC status expiration.
What type of Installment Agreement Cases does Hurricane Tax consider?
If a taxpayer already has an affordable installment agreement with the IRS, there may not be much a tax relief company can do to help. Which is why some tax relief companies will not take on these cases.Hurricane Tax will consider installment agreement cases. In fact, they will consider cases with an installment agreement when the taxpayer is not even at risk of default.
Does Hurricane Tax have the staff to provide in-house services?
Yes, Hurricane Tax employs its own tax relief specialists.
|CPAs on Staff?||Yes|
|Enrolled Agents on Staff?||Yes|
|Tax Attorneys on Staff?||Yes|
Does Hurricane Tax have tax attorneys on staff?
Yes, Hurricane Tax has tax attorneys on staff. It's particularly important to hire a tax relief firm that has tax lawyers on staff if you may have committed a tax crime and need the protection of attorney-client privilege. Consulting with a tax attorney is also a good idea if you're involved in international business or you plan to bring a suit against the IRS. Read this article for more details on when you should consider hiring a tax attorney.
Does Hurricane Tax have enrolled agents on staff?
Yes, Hurricane Tax has enrolled agents on staff. Enrolled agents are certified tax professionals who either have five years experience working with the IRS or have passed a comprehensive examination. They are qualified to represent individuals and businesses before the IRS.
Does Hurricane Tax have Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) on staff?
Yes, Hurricane Tax has certified public accountants (CPAs) on staff. CPAs are experts in keeping / auditing financial records, tax strategy and financial planning advice.
- Washington, DC
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia