Your Tax Care

Tax Resolution Specialists

Have you ever received a letter from the IRS that made your stomach drop?

Have you ever had a sleepless night or woken up in a cold sweat worrying what the IRS would do next?

Are you looking for tax advice you can trust?

You can work with one of the most trusted tax professionals
David C. Zubler

    DAVID C. ZUBLER is a licensed Enrolled Agent.  Enrolled Agents are the only federally-licensed tax practitioners who specialize in taxation and have unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the IRS.

    Enrolled Agents’ expertise in the continually-changing field of taxation enables them to effectively represent taxpayers at all administrative levels within the IRS.  David has been representing clients in his residence state of Tennessee as well as nationally for over 25 years.

    He is also a newspaper columnist and the author of three books which are available on Amazon.  His company provides painless and permanent rescues for people with IRS problems, and tax-saving business strategies.

David Zubler with Allen Snow, owner of Morgan County Today. David is the tax expert and tax columnist for the newspaper.

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    Your Tax Care also determines the best tax strategy to save thousands of dollars for smaller companies or individuals, and ten’s of thousands of dollars for larger companies!  Check out the rest of our website for the latest tax news and education.

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My wages had been garnished by the IRS. David called the IRS and was successful in getting them to agree to stop the garnishment. About a week later, I received a letter from the IRS which stated that David had been successful in stopping the garnishment. Unfortunately, the IRS did not contact my employer to let them know they should stop the garnishment of my wages as required by the agreement. When I discovered the IRS had continued to garnish my wages, I contacted David and he said he would immediately give them a call. He called the IRS but they gave him the run around and said the paperwork was going through different departments and it would take more time. They said garnishment would actually stop at a later date and that I was not entitled to get any of the garnishment back. David told me that he had attended a tax seminar and one of the speakers was the top person over the entire IRS Collections Division. He had told David that if he ever had any problems in dealing with the IRS, to give him a call on his cell phone. David said he would call him after his next appointment. David called him on his cell phone and the IRS fixed the problem with my employer immediately. And the IRS agreed that I would get back the money that was taken after the agreement had been accepted.

Ron Stoltzfus

Knoxville, TN

Be careful who you let do your taxes. An attorney had recommended a tax preparer to me. The preparer did my 2014 tax return, and I ended up owing over $500. I didn’t have the money to pay my taxes so I just never filed them, and I dreaded doing my 2015 taxes. A friend spoke very highly of David C. Zubler and strongly recommended him. David did my 2015 taxes and then redid my 2014 taxes. I had expected to owe the IRS $500 again, but instead of owing over $1,000 for both years, David got me a combined refund of over $10,000. After David had finished my return, he even took the time to show me that everything he was doing was allowed in the Master Tax Guide. He even made me copies from the Master Tax Guide to take home. Anytime I have a tax question, David gives me the answer, and then takes the time to show it to me in Master Tax Guide and gives me a copy to take home. I am very thankful to have found him, and can’t recommend him highly enough.

Randi Cupp

Knoxville, TN