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I got way behind on my taxes for six years and I owed over $58,000. I couldn’t do it. David Zubler filed an Offer In Compromise for me and got the IRS to settle for $250 for those years. It just helped me out so much. I couldn’t have done this without David. You’re awesome dude! Thank you.

Harry Fersner

Knoxville, Tennessee


CRYING WITH HAPPY TEARS FOR ONCE!!! I appreciate you so much! So very much! You have worked so super hard for us. We are so grateful to you, for your help and your knowledge. We still don’t know how we got in this predicament with no way out. No one had answers and no one seemed to care. I have never prayed for anything so hard in my life. You cared about us and our situation. Thank you for caring! Thank you for helping! Feeling lighter and feeling like I can breathe again for the first time in years!!! Finally, we can move on to new chapters in our life. Forever grateful!

Whitney Kyte

February 2018

February: Alert Some expired deductions were extended. For 2018 mortgage insurance has been extended as a deduction for one year for now. If you previously filed your taxes, the mortgage insurance deduction may not have been included on your software. Software...

November 2018

November News The 2018 tax laws have made it easier for the IRS to apply the accuracy-related penalty for substantial understatement of tax when the 20% business tax is involved. The threshold is now the larger of $5,000 in extra tax or 5%. If you buy a heavy SUV used...

July 2021

The IRS announced that as of June 25, there was a backlog of 16.7 million 2019 and 2020 individual tax returns.  The IRS expects to have the 2019 returns processed by the end of the summer. Taxpayers are receiving mixed messages from the IRS with erroneous notices and...

March 2020

Farmers and fishermen who chose not to make quarterly estimated tax payments have to file their 2019 Tax return by March 2nd along with the payment for all taxes owed to avoid the estimated tax penalty.  This applies to all farmers and fishers whose farming or...

July 2019

Members of the National Guard or military reserves, Thank You for your service.  You may be able to write off the cost of travel to drills or meetings.  If you travel more than 100 miles from home and are away from home overnight, then you qualify.  You...

How Much Do I Owe The IRS? David C. Zubler Can Help You Get Information From The IRS Discreetly

There is a lot of fear and angst in our culture these days. Sparked by tragic current events, as well as a general sense of disjointedness in our culture. But for many who might be reading this, there is another one that might be lurking latent beneath these other...

January 2019

January news The IRS will be begin accepting returns on January 28th and will issue refunds even if the federal government is still in partial shutdown. The IRS will bring back some of its workers as needed to process returns and send out refunds. The IRS has...

Facts About IRS Audits

With all of the chaos out there right now, the division and shouting, it's helpful to try to tune out the shouting and focus on what is actually in our sphere of productivity. One way that the IRS has decided it can be more productive is by outsourcing their...

TCJA effects on business meals.

Business meals are now once again based on “ordinary and necessary” business expense rules. The TCJA removed the “directly related and associated with” requirements from business meals. So how does this effect you? This is actually good news for you.  I will list a...

The IRS collection process and what to expect

I was considering how my clients feel when they receive a letter from the IRS and the turmoil they are in so I thought I’d explain some of the letters to you. Keep in mind the IRS won’t start collection activity against you because you didn’t pay your taxes with your...

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.
But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!

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