Philadelphia Inquirer Interested in PA Motor Vehicle Understated Value Program
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Opportunity to Share Your Personal Experience with a Reporter
We were contacted by a reporter from the Philadelphia Inquirer about our October 2018 blog posting. The posting dealt with the PA DOR & PA Dept Motor Vehicles assessing PA residents sales tax on private car sales after-the-fact. These are situations where the all-knowing PA DOR (tongue-in-cheek) makes a tax assessment on a private car sale where PA determines that the stated value of the car on the title transfer paperwork was understated and additional PA sales tax is due.
The reporter would like to speak with persons who received one of these deficiency notices and what happened next. If you had such an experience, please call me a 610-594-2601 so we can discuss your situation and if the reporter wishes to speak with you directly.
If you would like to discuss your business or personal tax planning, tax preparation and other financial concerns with an experienced tax professional, we invite you to call 610-594-2601 today to make an appointment at our Exton PA CPA office to discuss your situation. You can also schedule a consultation at Click Here.
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About F. Bryan Haarlander, EA, CTRS:
Bryan Haarlander is an IRS licensed Enrolled Agent and who owns and operates a specialized tax services firm serving clients in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, PA, which includes the cities of Chester Springs, Coatesville, Collegeville, Devon, Downingtown, Exton, Frazer, King of Prussia, Paoli, Philadelphia, Phoenixville, Pottstown, Radnor, Reading, Wayne, West Chester in Berks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, as well as clients in Delaware, New Jersey, New York and throughout the continental USA.
A Certified Tax Resolution Specialist, Bryan is well-known for his IRS tax resolution expertise and his book How to Resolve Your IRS Tax Debt Problems.