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Matthew Wright

Matthew Wright

Enrolled Agent

I am an Enrolled Agent in Red Oak, TX authorized to represent you in any matter before the IRS. I do not work for the IRS. I work for you. I stand up for you before the IRS! I help people like you respond do IRS audits, resolve IRS collection issues, plan for upcoming taxes, and prepare complex tax returns. 

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Location

I am based in Red Oak, TX, but serve clients throughout the US. I serve individual and small business clients.

Licensing

Enrolled Agent authorized by the IRS to represent tax payers nationwide.

Education
  •  Masters of Business Administration (MBA) - Texas Tech University
  • Masters of Arts in Technical Communication - Texas Tech University
  • Bachelor of Science - Texas Tech University (Personal Finance, Math, and English )
Enrolled Agent

Enrolled Agents are America's tax experts. They are required to take a comprehensive three part exam and take regular tax related education courses. Each year I exceed the required number of education courses to be certain I am up-to-date on all of the latest changes in tax laws and IRS procedures.

What You Should Do About Un-filed Tax Returns?

Get Compliant. Filing tax returns for every year you have or may have a filing requirement is always the best solution. There is no statue of limitations on un-filed tax returns. If the IRS discovers you had or may have had income in a year with an un-filed return...

Fixed Pricing For Streamlined Offer In Compromise

We are offering fixed pricing for taxpayers that qualify for streamlined offer-in-compromise. The rate is $350 including all forms and required responses through acceptance or rejection.  This offer does not include the cost of appeals.  To qualify your...

Fight IRS Audits

Being notified of an impending audit can be both frightening and overwhelming.  IRS audits come in three basic varieties: the correspondence audit, the office audit, and the field audit.  We can work with you to prepare for any type of audit.  More...

Is my Bitcoin Taxable?

There continues to be a lot of confusion around how virtual currency is treated for federal income tax purposes.  The IRS treats virtual currency as property.  It is treated like any other property.  Therefore all of the following are true: If...

Does it seem to good to be true?

As tax season begins we all need to vigilant in watching out for fraudulent tax schemes and identity theft.  If you see something that looks to good to be true, then look out.  A quick consultation with an enrolled agent can help you avoid making a costly mistake....
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