How to Avoid IRS Harassment: New Report From Sunland Tax

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( — October 4, 2018) — Sunland Tax has today has made available at no cost a comprehensive report on avoiding IRS harassment during tax disputes titled “How to Avoid IRS Harassment.” The new report is available for download at

The report is written primarily for individual and business taxpayers, though it will also prove very useful and informative to many others, and anyone dealing with the topic of taxes or potential government abuses in any regard.

The report’s primary aim is to provide information to help taxpayers and business owners to defend themselves against IRS harassment tactics during tax collection disputes. Tax counselor William G. Sommers explains that the report will provide valuable information and benefit to the reader by demonstrating that accused tax wrong-doers do not have to give-in to IRS bullying tactics.

According to Sommers, co-owner of Sunland Tax, Albuquerque, the report’s insights are particularly relevant for individual and business taxpayers who are under IRS investigation because “when a taxpayer or business is under the pressure of an IRS accusation, it is critically important for them to have access to the best current information and professional expertise in order to clear reputation damage and restore financial health as quickly as possible.”

It is worth noting that after 36 years in business, Sunland Tax is in a unique position to produce this report and distribute it to all interested parties, as it has gained a particular insight into the IRS or state tax representation and resolution market.

This comes in no small part from having established itself as a leading Albuquerque-area tax and accounting consultant with a successful track record of representing taxpayers in IRS disputes, investigations and audits. Sunland Tax is best known as a top Albuquerque-area expert in significantly reducing or eliminating IRS-proposed penalties and seizures, and in enabling clients to regain control of their finances while reducing their stress and fear levels.

Sunland’s unique position in its industry gives it the authority to produce a crucial report that helps taxpayers and business owners defend themselves against IRS harassment tactics during tax collection disputes, and demonstrates that accused tax offenders can restore their financial well-being by working with an experience professional to respond to IRS charges.

When asked about why they released the report at this time, Sommers said, “Taxpayers facing vigorous IRS collection tactics will learn in this report about the steps that can protect them from IRS harassment and how to emerge in the best possible position — personally and financially — at the end of the struggle.”

Interested parties can find the report ready to download, for free, at