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Requesting an IRS transcript can provide you with a record of your tax-related information, including tax returns, tax account transactions, and other important details. There are different types of transcripts available, such as tax return transcripts, account transcripts, and wage and income transcripts. Here's how to request an IRS transcript: 1. **Online Request:** The quickest and easiest way to request an IRS transcript is through the IRS website. Follow these steps: a. Go to the IRS website (irs.gov) and search for "Get Transcript." b. Click on the "Get Transcript Online" link. c. Create an account or log in if you already have one. d. Follow the prompts to verify your identity and select the type of transcript you need (e.g., tax return transcript, account transcript). e. Once verified, you can view and download the transcript online. 2. **Phone Request:** You can also request a transcript by phone. Keep in mind that this process may take longer compared to online requests. a. Call the IRS Transcript Request Line at 1-800-908-9946. b. Follow the prompts to provide your information and select the type of transcript you need. c. The transcript will be mailed to your address of record within 5-10 business days. 3. **Mail Request:** If you prefer to request a transcript by mail, you can do so by completing and mailing Form 4506-T, "Request for Transcript of Tax Return," to the IRS. You can find this form on the IRS website. 4. **In-Person Request:** If you need the transcript urgently, you can visit a local IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center to request it in person. Use the IRS website to find the nearest center and schedule an appointment. When requesting a transcript, keep the following in mind: - Transcripts are usually available for the current tax year and the previous three years. - There may be fees associated with certain types of transcripts, such as tax return transcripts requested for mortgage purposes. - Be prepared to provide personal information, including your Social Security Number, date of birth, and filing status. - Make sure your contact information and mailing address are up-to-date with the IRS. Transcripts are often used for various purposes, such as obtaining a mortgage, applying for financial aid, verifying income, and resolving tax issues. If you have specific needs related to obtaining a transcript, it's recommended to consult a tax professional for guidance.
Keith L. Jones, CPA

Keith has found that almost every single person he deals with is not a tax cheat or deadbeat, but someone who is not able to pay their tax debt due to a financial hardship, often of their own accord.

Usually, there is a sickness, tragic situation, job or business loss, or some other unfortunate circumstance that leaves them scared and not knowing where to turn.

Keith takes this fear away immediately and sets clients at ease by educating them on the tax debt relief programs available.

TheCPATaxProblemSolver understands your burden and strongly believes that being informed is one of the keys to successfully navigating the IRS tax relief programs and restoring your financial freedom.

Keith was born and raised in Port Saint Joe, Florida, a small coastal town. He obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in accounting from the College of Business at Florida State University. Keith became a licensed CPA in Florida in October 1995.

During his time in college and while preparing for his CPA, he gained experience working as an auditor and a senior tax specialist at the Florida Department of Revenue. After successfully completing his CPA exam, Keith took on the role of division controller at the St. Joe Company. His outstanding contributions were nationally recognized, and he was honored with an induction into the AICPA's Business & Industry Hall of Fame.

He was elected as a Regional Vice President by his peers for the Florida Institute of CPAs (FICPA).

Through the years, he has served the accounting profession and FICPA in many capacities, including:

  • Past President of the Miracle Strip Chapter of FICPA 
  • Past Regional Vice President of FICPA 
  • Member of the Finance Committee for four years 
  • Member of the Board of Governors for twelve years 
  • Chairman of the FSU Accounting Conference, where he was Chair of the Year 
  • Trustee and Past Vice President of the FICPA Educational Foundation 
  • Member of several committees 

In his spare time, he enjoys the beach, walking, boating, and fishing, as well as spending time with family.

Keith is a tax professional who has helped thousands of GOOD FOLKS solve their IRS tax problems, restoring their financial freedom.

He takes great pride in taking each case personally, restoring clients financial freedom, giving them peace of mind, a better night's sleep, and often saving marriages and keeping families together.

For most Americans, dealing with the IRS can be an incredibly overwhelming and high-pressure situation.  It is not something they routinely deal with and do not know how to handle.

Keith is a tax professional who deals with these cases daily.

Mr. Michael Sullivan

Former IRS Agent, Teaching Instructor, Fox and ABC News Contributor

Michael D. Sullivan is the creator of MD Sullivan Tax Group. He has made appearances on Fox Business News, ABC's "The Briefing Room," NEWSMAX, NEWSNATION, NTD, and other national broadcasts. Some of his interviews can be found on his website at www.777irs.com. The MDSullivan Group boasts exceptional practitioners nationwide.

Michael spent a distinguished decade as an Internal Revenue Service employee. As a seasoned IRS Revenue Officer/Agent, he specialized in Offer in Compromise Tax cases and handled significant dollar-value cases.

He even collaborated with the U.S. Attorney's office on covert operations. Michael's exceptional work as an IRS Agent earned him numerous awards.

During his tenure at the IRS, he served as a Certified Tax Instructor, teaching at the Atlanta Regional IRS Training Offices as well as local and district offices.

Mr. Sullivan played a crucial role in training new IRS Agents and taught the Offer In Compromise Program.

For the past 40 years, Michael has operated a private practice focused on consulting taxpayers on IRS Audit and Collection tax resolution matters.

He has successfully handled numerous complex cases for affluent individuals and large corporations.

Mr. Sullivan is deeply committed to the tax profession community and has actively participated in the South Florida circuit as a frequent speaker.

He has served as an officer and board member of the Greater South Florida Tax Council.

Michael has hosted and moderated various Internal Revenue Service forums in both public and professional sectors.

He administers a Facebook Group with 4100 members called "IRS Representation, HELPFUL TAX TIPS TO SOLVE IRS PROBLEMS" and owns a YouTube Channel called "@HELP FROM A FORMER IRS AGENT," which has amassed over 7000 subscribers and 300,000 watch hours.

Additionally, he is the founder of the TAX MOB GROUP.

He loves his profession and is a true "giver".

Joe Hopkins

Certified Public Accountant

Joe has 25+ years as a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the State of Texas and solving IRS problems. Current member with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Texas Society of CPA’s (TSCPA), National Society of Accountants (NSA), Bachelor’s degree in accounting (BBA), Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) at Texas A&M Corpus Christi. Experience in a variety of industries as Controller, CFO and tax resolution issues for both business and personal tax cases.

 

Joe is experienced in all aspects of Tax Resolution cases regarding Currently Not Collectible, Offer in Compromise & Installment agreement cases. He has successfully resolved cases in all areas of tax resolution including liens, levies, tax audits & collection cases.

Joe has consulted with small to medium size companies on CFO / Controller accounting / tax strategies. Providing both an initial company analysis and continuing with monthly and quarterly consulting feedback to keep them on the right pathway.

QuickBooks certified with experience in both desktop and online versions. He has additional experience implementing software’s, creating budgets & analytical reports to suit your business needs. Plus, in-depth experience with tax preparation for both personal and business. Joe has previously overseen company operations with annual revenues exceeding $500 Million, Joe has found solutions that fit both the small business to mid-size company operational goals. These operational goals include but are not limited to: Policies, procedures, internal/external auditors, capital expenditure budgeting, fixed asset depreciation programs, GPS time card administration, accounts receivable/payable solutions, 3rd party software integrations, reviewing complex contracts, 401K plan administrations, periodic financial preparations and corresponding correcting adjustments as well as insurance policy reviews.

Joe and his team strongly believe when you are successful then our team is successful.

Joe has a passion for scuba diving and kayaking annually on multi-day ventures at remote destinations. In addition, Joe enjoys his time in a joint weekly bible study with Michael Sullivan.

Peter Salinger

EA, Former IRS Revenue Officer and IRS Appeals Settlement Officer

Salinger Tax Consultants Peter Salinger had a 33-plus-year career at the IRS, retiring on January 31, 2020. He initially served as a field revenue officer.

He was later promoted to revenue officer and group manager. Eventually, he became a branch chief.

As a mid-level manager, he supervised five first-line managers overseeing 75 revenue officers.

Additionally, he managed an offer-in-compromise group, responsible for assigned offers in the Manhattan district office.

Peter reviewed and made decisions on the acceptance or rejection of recommended offers. As a manager, he also provided feedback on ongoing cases.

Eventually, a second offer-in-compromise group was added to the Manhattan office. As branch chief, Peter oversaw both groups.

He conducted training and outreach sessions for the practitioner community.

In 2001, Peter relocated to the Tampa, Florida, office, becoming the first Appeals Settlement Officer there. He worked on various appeals, including CDP, CAP, TFRP, penalty appeals, and OIC.

Within the office, Peter was the primary reviewer for offers rejected by Compliance.

Peter also managed an offer in compromise group where he was responsible for all of the offer in compromises that were assigned to the Manhattan district office.

He reviewed offers that were recommended for acceptance or rejection. As a first line manager he also reviewed cases in process and provided feedback to his employees. Manhattan eventually added a second offer in compromise group to the office.

In his capacity as a branch chief Peter oversaw both of those groups. Peter also conducted various training sessions as well as outreach sessions for the practitioner community.

In 2001 Peter left Manhattan and Collection. He transferred to the Tampa Florida office and became the first Appeals Settlement Officer there.

Peter worked the various workstreams in Appeals (CDP, CAP, TFRP, penalty appeals, and OIC). Peter was the main reviewer in the office for offers that were rejected by Compliance.

Peter estimates that he reviewed between 2500 and 3500 offers during his IRS career.

David Hoine

Tax Attorney & Civil Litigation Attorney
  • David graduated from Boston University with a Masters of taxation of law. David was fifth in his class.
  • He attended the University of Santa Clara with the jurist doctorate and graduated 19th in his class.
  • He graduated from the California State University with a bachelors of arts.
    He was awarded first place in the Rebellion Forum first public policy about the “Taxman in the textbook.”

Mr.Hoines is admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States of America,

  • The Supreme Court of the state of California,
  • Supreme Court of the state of Florida, and the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York.

David also was admitted in the US Circuit Court of Appeals, the US Court of Claims and the United States Tax Court.

Memberships

  • David is a member of the American Bar Association, the Broward County Bar Association and a sustaining member the Association of trial lawyers of America.
  • David is a highly skilled tax attorney who can handle anything from a simple IRS notice or letter, representation before the Internal Revenue Service, and Tax Court as well.
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