5 Steps to Completing an IRS Financial Statement

The IRS financial statement (Form 433-A, 433-B or 433-F) is the most crucial piece to resolving outstanding tax matters.  Some of our clients (begrudgingly) fill out the form, not wanting to list certain information, withhold information about non-liable spouses, not disclose a retirement account, etc.  However, it is in both of our best interests to fill […]