Phoenix Financial Group called about an IRS Tax Lien Filing. Can they help? What do they want?
This is a review of Phoenix Financial Group, aka PFG Tax located in Broomfield, CO who may call you if the state or IRS files a tax lien against you or your business, if you owe back taxes. Phoenix Financial Group does not meet irs back tax help hiring criteria. If you have questions about this review, please reference: bp49.
- If you know you need to take action, read my article “IF” you should hire IRS back tax help. (You should not automatically.) Titled “Owe IRS taxes? When, who, and how to hire back tax help” before you do anything else.
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Phoenix Financial Group Marketing Approach for an IRS Tax Problem:
There are a lot of good tax resolution companies out there. These two links will help you determine who’s who:
- What Should NOT Happen when I Talk to a Tax Resolution Company?
You should not hire IRS past due tax help unless you think there is a good reason. The real first question, after a tax lien is filed, is not whom to hire, but “IF” you should hire a tax debt resolution company to help if you owe back taxes to the IRS.
Let’s inject some common sense into the tax problem if you are looking for IRS debt help. Read the link above, it will help you decide “IF” you actually need to hire IRS back tax help. Have an IRS emergency caused by an IRS bank levy or seizure? Take the time to read both of these links. They are focused on your best interests, not a tax resolution company’s.
- Phoenix Financial Group wants you to hire them if you owe back taxes to the IRS. However, do not hire the first tax resolution company you call or calls you about your IRS tax problem. Make them compete for you business with at least one other company who meets the hiring criteria for irs back tax help.
- When an IRS tax lien (IRS Notice of Federal Tax Lien, IRS Form 668(y)) is filed with the county recorder, it becomes public record. Then PFG Tax may collect this information and contact businesses and individuals with IRS tax lien filings.
Instead, take control of this IRS tax problem on your terms. Here’s how: (3 steps, 10 minutes)
- STEP 1: Before you have a discussion with Phoenix Financial Group, read Google & BBB reviews & complaints.
- STEP 2: When you are ready, call Phoenix Financial Group if you are OK with their reviews & complaints and get the name of the person who will represent you and check tax resolution Licensing.
- STEP 3: Re-Contact Phoenix Financial Group if you are satisfied with Steps 1 & 2. Then get a Second Opinion on How to handle your IRS Tax Debt. (That’s a hint!)
- All the steps for the Phoenix Financial Group Review are completed below.
It is valid to be concerned about the IRS’ actions, and to take action to protect yourself, but a knee jerk reaction could cause greater IRS problems down the road. When the IRS goes into enforced collection mode, it’s worth taking a measured approach to fix the tax problem.
STEP 1: Read Google & BBB Reviews & Complaints for Phoenix Financial Group, Broomfield, CO
After doing some homework on Google, PFG Tax’s addresses:
- From their website: Phoenix Financial Group, 520 Zang St, Ste 211, Broomfield, CO 80021
- From Phoenix Financial Group’s BBB report: 2430 Lowell Blvd, Denver, CO 80211-4432
Phoenix Financial Group phone numbers: (303) 325-3640, (888) 572-2179, (720) 328-3953, 866-627-7605, 720-259-2558, 720-379-7148, 303.479.2842, 720-259-1343, 866-672-1067, 716-952-9369
Phoenix Financial Group’s Better Business Bureau reviews looks like this:
Phoenix Financial Group, Broomfield, CO, business started 2006
- 9 Complaints as of 6/20/2015
- Phoenix Financial Group BBB Review
When using the BBB to research a tax relief firm, it is probably best to use the BBB as a “de-selector” rather than a reason to hire a tax relief company. The BBB solicits companies to become a member, so it is relatively easy to remain in good standing and keep an “A” letter grade. The nature of the company is better seen by how many complaints they have accumulated over the last 3 years; which is the standard BBB reporting period. A good rule of thumb is no more than one complaint per year, or three complaints total. Size and age of a tax resolution company are irrelevant. It really boils down to how they treated their clients during the reporting period.
- Phoenix Financial Group should have less than three complaints total. There are plenty of tax resolution companies who meet this standard, so don’t settle for less. If you’re having trouble finding a tax resolution company with 3 complaints or less, I’m happy to help. I can be reached at email@example.com.
Phoenix Financial Group Reviews & Complaints from Google:
STEP 2: If you are happy with Step 1: Reviews & Complaints call Phoenix Financial Group
In the first call, tell Phoenix Financial Group you want some general information about the company and the name of the person who will be representing you before you talk to them and then you will return their call.
- Once you have the name of the person who will represent you from PFG Tax, visit the Colorado Supreme Court Attorney Search and make sure the attorney is in good standing.
STEP 3: Re-Contact Phoenix Financial Group if you are satisfied with Steps 1 & 2. Then get a Second Opinion on How to handle your IRS Tax Debt. (That’s a hint!)
Knowledge is power, so the second opinion is important. Overall, if you are thinking of hiring them, listen to them and then see what the second opinion says about your tax problems. Of course, we would like to be that second opinion, but as long as you take the time to do a little homework as listed in the first link above, you’ll probably be fine. Click “About irs back tax help” to learn about us or read irs back tax help testimonials to see how we treat people.
If you would like irs back tax help to be your first or second opinion, I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. I do not pressure people in an already stressful situation.