We Level The Playing Field For Our Clients By Assisting Them With The Recovery Of Interest From The IRS That Would Otherwise Be Forfeited
Is your company ready to recover complex interest that might be owed to them from the IRS?
Why Your Company Needs CIS
- A highly-trained technical team of Complex Interest Examiners who have worked for the IRS on the complex interest team and know case law.
- A real working knowledge of account analysis which includes an understanding of internal IRS policy and interpretations.
- We perform IRS account analysis and complex interest calculations for some of the world’s largest corporations and enterprises.
- CIS offers flexible fees:
- Contingency Basis Fee Structure—We get paid when your interest is recovered and received.
- Hourly Fee Basis Structure—Based on time and materials.
CIS helps you recover money faster while saving your staff time when dealing with a claim for a refund. We provide a comprehensive account analysis of all federal tax types and tax periods for which records are available from the IRS.
Global Interest Netting can save substantial amounts of interest for your company by determining if there is an under/over payment interest from corporate income, excise tax, or employment tax that can be claimed from the IRS.
Retaining CIS to conduct an Account Analysis could allow your company to recover interest from years you had no idea was available to claim by giving you an updated interest calculation of the interest that may be due.
Interest Recovery Review
An Interest Recovery Review will help to ensure that your company is getting the most interest owed to you from the IRS, and our methodology will result in the most favorable outcome for your company in income tax recovery.
We will retrieve transcripts with detailed account information from the IRS for the taxpayer that may go back 20 years or more. We use our combined knowledge to perform a comprehensive account analysis that determines the proper amount of interest your company should have paid or should receive back from the IRS. Once the analysis is completed, we will present our findings in a claim for a refund that is acceptable to the IRS and then we will defend it, should the IRS disagree with the findings.