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Enrolled Award Jeffrey Schneider, EA, CTRS, NTPIF Named ‘2018 Top Practitioner’ by the ASTPS

STUART, Fla. /ScoopCloud/ -- Stuart, Fla.-based Enrolled Agent (EA) and Certified Tax Resolution Specialist, Jeffrey Schneider of SFS Tax Problem Solutions was chosen by the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS) as the 2018 Top Practitioner.

Enrolled Award Jeffrey Schneider, EA, CTRS, NTPIF Named ‘2018 Top Practitioner’ by the ASTPS

STUART, Fla. /ScoopCloud/ -- Stuart, Fla.-based Enrolled Agent (EA) and Certified Tax Resolution Specialist, Jeffrey Schneider of SFS Tax Problem Solutions was chosen by the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS) as the 2018 Top Practitioner.

Life-preserving tax tips, quips and advice series, book one from Jeffrey Schneider, is now available in a Kindle Edition

STUART, Fla. /ScoopCloud/ -- SFS Tax Problem Solutions Press announces the release of the eBook and Kindle Edition of "Now What? I Got a Tax Notice from the IRS. Help!" (B079XWL8P9) by Jeffrey Schneider. "Now What?" is also available in paperback (ISBN: 978-0692997154) and will be published in an audiobook version in June 2018.

Tax Notice Book ‘Now What? I Got a Tax Notice from the IRS. Help!’ released today by SFS Tax Problem Solutions Press

STUART, Fla. /ScoopCloud/ -- SFS Tax Problem Solutions Press announces the release of "Now What? I Got a Tax Notice from the IRS. Help!" (ISBN: 978-0692997154) by Jeffrey Schneider. "Now What?" is available nationwide today in paperback. It will be published in an eBook edition in March and an audio book edition in June 2018. Schneider defines and deconstructs the scary and confusing letters in a fashion that mixes attention to detail with humor and an intricate clarification of what-is-what in the world of the IRS.

The IRS Lien and Levy Holiday is over – If you owe back taxes, notices are coming again and soon

STUART, Fla. /ScoopCloud/ -- After a temporary break during the hurricanes and the holidays, the Liens, Levies and Garnishments that were held back by the IRS are starting again and will be en route to your mailbox to those that owe back taxes, says Jeffrey Schneider EA, CTRS, NTPI Fellow, and principal at SFS Tax Problem Solutions.