How It Works
Got an IRS tax problem and don't know where to turn for help? Using FeeAuction.com is a lot simpler than searching for a Tax Professional through the Yellow Pages or remembering names from radio ads or billboards offering vague promises. That's because the FeeAuction.com bidding process results in offers from our nationwide network of Tax Professionals with specific expertise, solutions and their best price quote for solving your specific IRS tax problems now.
Most importantly, only licensed IRS Representatives - Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), Enrolled Agents (EAs) and Tax Attorneys - may provide proposals on FeeAuction.com for solving your IRS tax problems, so you know it's not a scam.
For the taxpayer, registering on FeeAuction.com a simple process and we charge a small fee of only $9.99 to post your IRS tax case to our Tax Professionals. This way, our Tax Professionals know you are serious and will give you their very best solution and most competitive price quote for solving your IRS tax problem.
Here's how the FeeAuction.com bidding process works:
- Post your case to our system by completing an anonymous questionnaire about your IRS tax problem. Your answers provide important details to determine exactly what kind of Tax Professional and service your case requires.
- Once your questionnaire is completed and activated (takes about 10 minutes), your case details (minus your name) will automatically display on FeeAuction.com to our nationwide network of Tax Professionals. Now they can review and create a proposal on your case including solutions to your tax problem and their very best price quote.
- Within 3 business days, you will receive an email notification for each new offer outlining the Tax Professional's solution(s) or recommendation(s) for your specific IRS tax case along with their most competitive fee. You can view offers any time by logging in to your FeeAuction.com account. There, you can also review the profiles of the Tax Professionals who submitted offers and you may even contact them to discuss or ask additional questions before choosing a winning bid. Taxpayers are under no obligation to accept any bids.