Debt Relief Industry

National Association of Tax Debt Resolution Companies to Hold DC Meeting

Written by Steve Rhode

New association conference for tax resolution companies will highlight new challenges and public policy options facing the tax problem resolution industry The inaugural meeting of the National Association of Tax Debt Resolution Companies will be held May 20 and 21 in Washington, DC. The conference will be a chance for industry colleagues to learn about the new challenges facing the industry and public policy options while helping to create a unique voice for tax debt resolution businesses. The tax debt resolution industry continues to remain under scrutiny by federal and state regulators due to an increase in services acting improperly or illegally as tax relief professionals.

The work of the new National Association of Tax Debt Resolution Companies will educate consumers and legislators on the importance of tax resolution businesses and will work to differentiate the fraudsters from the legitimate tax debt relief specialists.

The National Association of Tax Debt Resolution Companies, a professional coalition of consumer advocate companies, enrolled agents, tax attorneys and CPA’s has drafted its own proposed state and federal legislation to set best practice guidelines, standards and increase transparency of the industry.

The National Association of Tax Debt Resolution Companies will represent the efforts of a broad spectrum of the industry located throughout the United States. Its mission is to promote and ensure the protection of taxpayers from unfair and deceptive advertising claims by unscrupulous delinquent tax debt representation providers.

If you would like to register, try this link.

More information about this needed event can be found in this brochure.


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Steve Rhode

Steve Rhode is the Get Out of Debt Guy and has been helping good people with bad debt problems since 1994. You can learn more about Steve, here.

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