CPA and author Dennis Bridges is launching his third book, “What to Do When the IRS Comes Calling,” which reveals information that totally levels the playing field between the IRS and the taxpayer. Inside, the author exposes secret – yet completely legal – tax-cutting strategies, as well as what he considers the ultimate method for becoming virtually invisible to the IRS, cutting the chances of an IRS audit by 75 percent.
Readers will likely find a particular interest in several real-life cases that are included, in which Bridges was able to reach exceptional or especially creative solutions to tax-related problems. Included in the book is a bonus chapter with what the author considers to be four of the most successful tax-cutting strategies from his 30 years in practice.
Bridges has hopes that the book will serve as a tool especially for taxpayers who have found themselves in severe hot water with the IRS, and are simply unsure of their options and rights, providing them with a measure of hope and empowerment.
When asked why he wrote his most recent book, “What to Do When the IRS Comes Calling,” Bridges explained, “I love getting to help taxpayers keep a lot more of their hard-earned money, whether it’s just on their current-year taxes, or resolving a huge IRS problem.”
The book is set to go live Saturday, September 17, 2016, available through Amazon.com and is expected to become a widely-used resource among taxpayers with critical IRS problems.
Additional information regarding special discounts and bonuses on launch day can be found on the book’s website: IRSTaxBook.com
Dennis Bridges has been in practice as a CPA in Atlanta for over 30 years. His primary specialties are tax planning and preparation for small businesses and individuals with complex financial issues. He also concentrates very heavily in assisting taxpayers with either minor or severe IRS difficulties.
During his tenure, the author has spoken before numerous industry groups, and has addressed national conferences of CPAs and attorneys in Denver, Chicago and Las Vegas. He has dozens of published articles to his credit, in addition to being a regular contributor to industry publications and professional journals.
He credits a portion of his success to taking an “outside-the-box” approach to solving many of the cases that other CPAs and attorneys refer to him. “When we are proposing a negotiated settlement of some kind,” Bridges says, “we have to show the IRS why our proposal is actually in their best interest.”
“Most taxpayers, and even practitioners, are mostly familiar with the old settlement known as an Offer in Compromise. While it still exists, there are now so many more options available that it really depends upon the specific situation,” he adds.
“Over the past 20 years especially, we have been involved in some fairly heavy-weight, high-profile cases. I’m very fortunate to be surrounded by an amazing team that is not only talented in the technical know-how, but they are also great at putting new clients at ease. I can’t begin to tell you how important that is.”
“When we opened our offices, we wanted to provide big-firm expertise with a small-firm feel for clients. So many of our clients that come to us from other firms tell us that at their previous firm, they spoke to a different person every time, and never felt like they had a specific person they could speak to. We love for clients to tell us that they love us, and that they feel we are in their corner. It’s all about relationships.”
“That makes me feel pretty good, especially since we deal with clients all over the country.”
Dennis Bridges can be contacted via his firm’s website, CPAofAtlanta.com, and is available for speaking engagements, schedule permitting.
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