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QuickCareTax Review

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Min Tax Debt
$10,000
Service Fees
Starting at $495
Money Back
Yes

Overview

QuickCareTax is a tax-relief service owned by TaxHardship, a California based tax relief company. It is proud to provide personalized service to all its clients, resolving tax issues and removing the stress of IRS collections calls and communications. The team of enrolled agents, CPA’s, tax attorneys and case managers are all there to help relieve clients of their stressful tax situations.

Relief Types
  • Unfiled Tax Returns
  • Wage Garnishment
  • Bank Levy
  • Installment Agreement
  • Currently Non Collectible
  • Offer in Compromise
Minimum Tax Debt Required $10,000
Range of Fees $495 and up with an average of $3,750
Type of fees Debt based
Employment Statuses Considered Not disclosed
Type of Provider In House Servicing
Good For IRS communication

 

Good For

QuickTaxCare is particularly good at taking over communications with the IRS and building a case that provides its clients with relief.

Brand Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Staffed with qualified tax professionals (CPAs, IRS EAs, Tax Attorneys)
  • Takes over all IRS communications
  • Can also provide state tax services

Cons

  • Website is lacking in information

Credentials

Unlike other services that connect you with a salesperson for your initial consultation, QuickCareTax is staffed with tax attorneys, CPAs, and IRS enrolled agents. All of these professionals are fully qualified to determine how QuickCareTax can help with individual cases. Plus, no one is looking to sell services just to gain a commission. You can feel safe, knowing that you have a team of qualified tax professionals on your side when you work with QuickCareTax.

Getting Started

Getting started with QuickCareTax is as easy as filling out a brief online form or calling a toll-free 800 number. Very little information is required. The webform only asks for a name, phone number, email, and how much is owed. Once you are on the phone with one of the QuickCareTax associates you will have to provide additional details regarding your tax issues to help them in determining if you’re a fit for their services.

The basic process is three simple steps:

  1. Speak To A Tax Professional
  2. Learn If You Are A Good Candidate For Tax Relief Programs
  3. Get A Transparent Quote With A Proper Timeline

Consultations are always free and you will speak with a qualified tax professional, not a salesman.

Requirements & Fees

Unfortunately, there is very little information regarding the tax relief requirements (i.e. residency, employment status, age, amount owed, etc.). That said, it would not be amiss to presume that the requirements are similar to other tax relief firms in the industry. QuickCareTax will work with both personal and business debt relief cases and can serve federal and state-related tax relief.

Tax Relief Requirements

We couldn’t locate details regarding the tax relief requirements, but based on the information we could locate, it seems that the service is available for U.S. residents who are 18 or older. Also, the request form on the website begins at $10,000 for the debt load, which makes it seem as if $10,000 is the minimum amount owed that the agency will accept.

Fees (sub-category)

There is no mention of fees, however in reviews we do see that the fees are fair (starting at $495 and with an average of $3,750) and that installment plans are available for those who are unable to pay in full. QuickCareTax also provides a 14-day money back guarantee, which is standard for the industry.

Privacy & Security

There is little in the way of reviews to establish a reputation for QuickCareTax. Perhaps that’s because the firm is quite new to the tax relief business. There is no disclosure on the firm’s website to advise how they ensure the privacy and security of their clients.

Customer Service

Customer service is provided directly through the firm, with each client assigned a case manager. You can reach them by phone or through your agent once you’ve become a client.

Final Thoughts

QuickCareTax is obviously a new entrant to the tax relief industry. That makes it difficult to judge how well they can serve their clients since there is no track record to go by. There is also very little information on the QuickCareTax website, which is concerning from a transparency standpoint. We remain neutral on the company as of now, and suggest you look into QuickCareTax after they are able to build up some history and reputation, and perhaps add to the information provided on their website.

Company Address

30700 Russell Ranch Rd. Suite 250 Westlake Village, CA 91362

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This website is an informative comparison site that aims to offer its users find helpful information regarding the products and offers that will be suitable for their needs. We are able to maintain a free, high-quality service by receiving advertising fees from the brands and service providers we review on this website (though we may also review brands we are not engaged with). These advertising fees, combined with our criteria and methodology, such as the conversion rates, our team of reviewer's finding and subjective experience and product popularity, impact the placement and position of the brands within the comparison table. In the event rating or scoring are assigned by us, they are based on the position in the comparison table, or according to other formula in the event specifically detailed by us. See our How we Rate page and Terms of Use for information. The reviews, rating and scoring are provided “as-is” without guaranties or warranties regarding the information contained in our website, which shall not be considered as endorsement. We make the best efforts to keep the information up-to-date, however, an offer’s terms might change at any time. We do not compare or include all service providers, brands and offers available in the market.
Steven Walters Steven Walters
Steve has been writing in the financial products space for over a decade, with interests ranging from personal loans to investing. He is also deeply into the blockchain space. In his free time, you can find him in the kitchen preparing delicious meals, or outside hiking and biking.
This review is based on the writer's personal opinion.