Apr 8 2014, 7:06am CDT | by PR.com
Detroit, MI, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Motor city has faced some hard times over the past few years. With many facing difficulties, the least of any Detroit resident’s worry should be tax troubles. Now, Pure Tax Resolution, the nationally respected tax assistance company, is now offering their honest tax resolution services so Detroit residents can find peace of mind again.
Established by loyal tax attorneys, the professionals at Detroit Pure Tax Resolution strive to treat each client with the care and comfort of family. Unlike many national tax resolution firms, they strive to change industry standards by only providing ethical, honest, effective services. In addition to genuine tax assistance, their focus lies with forming a strong relationship with each client.
The Detroit Pure Tax team strongly believes the best way to help others who are facing tough situations is to provide unrivaled support. Tim Halcomb, owner, believes to do this, a relationship must first be established between attorney and client:
“In order to truly understand ones situation, you must first understand them. Building and maintaining a relationship with each client is what makes Detroit Pure Tax so different from other companies. Our dedicated team at Detroit Pure Tax Resolution strives to get the best outcome for each client and assists them from making future mistakes.”
Detroit Pure Tax’s tenured tax lawyers and CPA accountants represent clients from all over the United States to resolve common tax dilemmas including: back taxes, tax penalties and interest, innocent spouse relief, tax levies and wage garnishments, and more. They are nationally recognized for their tax resolutions, fair quotes, quick response time and open communication.
For additional information on Detroit Pure Tax Resolution, visit www.detroit.puretaxhelp.com or call (313) 429-0403.
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