Celebrating 18 Years of Putting Lives Back Together

DENVER, August 9, 2016 – 20/20 Tax Resolution, a market leader in the tax debt resolution industry, is celebrating its 18th anniversary of providing compassionate, comprehensive tax resolution services to businesses and individuals, the company announced today.

In 1998, few people were aware of the “tax resolution” industry. Although there were a few firms specializing in resolving tax issues, most people facing IRS action or experiencing difficulties meeting tax liabilities were unsure of where to turn, or who to trust.

“We wanted to create a company that provided ethical and compassionate services for businesses and individuals who often face fear and uncertainty along with the financial burdens that come with tax issues,” said Brian Biffle, president and founder of 20/20 Tax Resolution. “So to ease these concerns, we created a process that allows a person to take control of their tax debt. We partner with each client to manage communication with taxing authorities, implement a resolution plan, negotiate on their behalf and pursue a strategy that allows them to move forward.”

In the 18 years since 20/20 was created, the need for assistance working with the IRS and state taxing authorities has only increased, according to the company’s VP of Resolution Richard Davidson. 

“The complexity of tax policy makes resolving difficult issues challenging for many businesses and individuals,” Davidson said. “It’s critical that these clients work with licensed tax professionals who stay updated as laws and regulations evolve.”

20/20’s commitment to ongoing training and education, as well as its compassionate approach to client service, attracts the top professionals in the business.

“Our team members get a great deal of satisfaction knowing they are helping people reclaim their lives,” said David Miles. “Because of this, they are committed to finding the best resolution strategy for clients. Our culture encourages agents to seek innovative solutions and offer new suggestions. We equip our tax professionals with the knowledge needed to successfully resolve even the most unique cases.”

It’s difficult to comprehend the concern that business owners and individuals feel when they discover an unpaid tax liability, according to Miles.  “Many of our clients are hesitant to take that first step to finding help. We understand that fear and treat each client accordingly.”

To view a video case study of 20/20’s compassionate process in action, visit: https://www.2020taxresolution.com/2020-tax-resolution-success-story-jurgen/