David C. Zubler, EA
President & CEO
David C. Zubler
David is the firm’s founder, and an IRS Enrolled Agent. Enrolled Agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards. Enrolled Agents like attorneys, have unlimited practice rights in tax representation before the IRS. David graduated from Penn State in accounting and Pellissippi State in computer science with high distinction.
David has studied with the Bradford Tax Institute, American Society of Tax Problem Solvers, National Association of Tax Professionals and Michael Rozbruch’s Tax & Business Solution Academy to further his expertise in solving tax problems. He has over 25 years of experience in personal and business taxes, and is the author of three tax books.
Brenda is a Paralegal with over 20 years of experience working with a law firm. She graduated from Pellissippi State.
VP of Process Operation Management
Richard is our VP of Process Operation Management having over 30 years of management experience. He has studied with NATP and ASTPS. Richard is also a member of ASTPS and is currently sitting for his EA exam.
My team and I would like to invite you into a different kind of process.
Mind you – we are BULLDOGS when it comes to negotiating on behalf of our clients in front of the IRS. We have plenty of stories to prove it.
But what I’d FIRST like to do is to invite you to read my free report, that I’ve specially prepared for area individuals and businesses (which just so happens to be just as pertinent for someone who doesn’t happen to live in the area). I’m confident that after reading this report, that you will ignore ALL the calls from the national sales sharks who are circling the waters and coming after you.
We want to fight for you – and you will never have to speak with the IRS yourself.
Click the button on below to request your free report, and we’ll rush your copy to you immediately. Feel free to poke around our site and discover why I’ve been called The Most Trusted Tax Professional in my area.
PS — If you are discussing your tax situation over the telephone with other firms, be sure to ask them one important question:
“Are you a licensed tax professional that is legally eligible to offer me tax advice, or are you a salesman?”
This is by far the single most important question you should ask anybody trying to offer you tax advice. If they are a salesperson, I highly encourage you to run quickly in the opposite direction.
PS–Already ready to come in?
I don’t blame you…many folks are fed up with the other options out there. Our schedule is very full…but if you call us at (865) 363-3019 or Email Us, we’ll give you two options for coming in right away! We will NOT make dealing with a tax professional as painful as it’s been in the past!
Talk again soon,
David C. Zubler, EA
What our Clients are saying
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
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