Mar 24, 2021
Allan Rolnick is a Managing Member and the Founder of Tristate Tax Resolution LLC, a tax consulting firm based in New York City. He graduated with an MBA in Accounting from Hofstra University before starting his practice, focusing on serving the small business community.
Allan is a member of the New York State Society of CPAs, the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers, the Tax Rep Network LLC, the American Society of Certified Tax Coaches, and the National Association of Tax Professionals. He also is a member of Roz Strategies Platinum Mastermind Group.
Allan’s practice started in 1992 and has transformed from offering traditional accounting services to his clients to advising them on tax-related issues and providing them with tax planning services that help restore financial stability to both their professional and personal lives.
The discrepancy letter is a letter you get from the IRS informing you of an unreported income that you should have reported. When that happens, what do you do? Do you open the letter, read it and file it away?
According to Allan Rolnick, there are certain steps you should take after receiving the discrepancy letter. If you don’t follow those steps, the IRS may throw you a party you don’t want to attend. So what exactly should you do?
Listen to this episode of The Tax Resolution Ninja Show with Allan Rolnick. Learn more as his guest interviewer, Dr. Jeremy Weisz of Rise25, interviews Allan about the discrepancy letter, what it means, and what to do when you receive it. Stay tuned.