• What isProtection Plus?

    It’s the Best Audit Assistance Program in the Industry

    Protection Plus? It’s the best Audit Assistance program in the industry. Not only do we relieve the tax professional of audit headaches, at no additional cost to the taxpayer, we also enable the preparer to guarantee their work and reimburse the taxpayer in the event of a legitimate preparer error*. Learn More.

Advantages for the Taxpayer

Do you know what to do if you get Audited

Do you know what to do if you get a disturbing letter from the IRS?

Protection Plus is here to help you and walk you through the steps to satisfy requests that the IRS makes in order to get you your refund.

Let the professionals at Protection Plus handle your IRS issues to help you get the refund you are due. Protection Plus will handle all correspondence between you and the IRS. You could seek the help independent companies on your own to handle your IRS audit at a rate of $100.00 or more per hour, but why waste time and money when Protection Plus will handle the entire process for one low fee?

Have you been denied EIC? Child Tax Credits? Education Credits?

Protection Plus will work with you to get the refund you are due.

Example: A client was denied EIC and Child Tax Credit for her grandchildren. Her anticipated refund was denied by the IRS. When her tax return was e-filed, the Protection Plus contract was attached. Even though her return was unfunded, she was covered under the Protection Plus contract. Protection Plus will work with her to submit the documents the IRS needs in order to get her return funded.

Possible reimbursement of additional amounts due the IRS if your tax preparer made a legitimate error on your return.

Example: On a client’s form 1099-R, the preparer failed to enter the taxable amount of retirement income. Two years later, the client received notice of this, and was assessed a tax liability, and interest was charged. He may qualify to be reimbursed up to $2,500.

Schedule A, Schedule C, and Schedule E coverage at no additional charge.

Example: A year after a return was filed – the IRS is auditing your client for his Schedule A deductions. With just one phone call, the staff at Protection Plus goes to work for your client. The client’s case will be handled in a prompt, courteous, and professional manner.

Tax Debt Relief

Protection Plus is now offering assistance with taxpayers who owe tax debts to the IRS. When additional taxes, penalties, and interest are assessed, working with the IRS can be a confusing and stressful experience. At no extra charge, our staff will work with the taxpayer for a resolution to their debt.

Example: Taxpayer agrees to our contract and his/her return is funded. Two years later, the taxpayer contacts our office, as they are in collections by the IRS for the year that the contract covered. Our staff will work with that taxpayer for the purpose of “tax debt relief”. The IRS has standards and rules; however, there are legitimate ways to work with the IRS to come to an agreement for realistic debt relief.

Rejected ITIN (W-7) Applications

If you get a notification from the IRS:

If the IRS sends you a notice that your tax return is being examined, you will not get the refund you deserve until you send the IRS large amounts of documentation, paperwork, or forms. Protection Plus will help you get your money fast, for one flat fee.

Call the knowledgeable staff of CPAs and EAs at Protection Plus and they will walk you through the process. You only have 30 days to respond to the IRS.
Call the IRS yourself and spend endless hours trying to figure out what to do.
You must determine what documentation will be required to satisfy the IRS auditor.
You must determine the proper format to put all documents in so the IRS will accept them.
You must work with the auditor to explain why the documentation supports claims you made on your return.
You must follow up with additional documents, letters, or phone calls to provide missing information.
You could pay possibly $100 or more per hour for someone else to do this for you.
You could be denied EIC by one small mistake. If you accidentally submit an incorrect document, you could immediately be denied by the IRS.
There is no limit to the time and money wasted as well as the FRUSTRATION you would have to deal with trying to get your money from the IRS.