M. C. Taxes, LLC
Mike C. Watson, E.A.
Western Highland County'sOnly Enrolled Agent
Welcome to M. C. Taxes, LLC owned and operated by Michael C. Watson, E.A.
I am a Highland County based Tax Accountant licensed to practice before the IRS as an Enrolled Agent (EA). I have been preparing taxes for over 26 years, the last 16 professionally.
In January of 2009 I was granted enrolled agent status by the IRS. But what does that mean? First, I DO NOT work for the IRS....I work for YOU.
The term enrolled agent tends to be misleading to the general public. A more accurate term would be Federally Licensed Tax Professional, Certified Tax Practitioner or perhaps Certified Taxpayer Representative or Federally Authorized Tax Practitioners. None of these terms officially exist.
So what sets E.A.'s apart from other tax return preparers?
E.A.'s must demonstrate their tax proficiency by passing a comprehensive test administered by the IRS. Once an individual passes his test, as an E.A., he (she) can practice before all divisions of the IRS and have all the same privileges as an attorney or CPA.
All three professionals are ruled by Circular 230 and are subject to oversight by the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) of the IRS. However, only E.A.'s may practice in any state or US territory. Attorneys and CPA may only practice in the states in which they are licensed.
As an E.A., I can prepare your individual and business returns and represent you before the IRS should you ever have a problem or audit. I operate my office from my home which helps me keep my fees very reasonable and competitive with my non-licensed colleagues.
Please give me a call today and see what I can do for you.
855 MCTaxes 855-628-2937
It is my mission to provide professional services at the lowest possible cost to clients with limited to modest income. I do have to cover my costs and make a profit which will sustain and secure my family. This is a moral right which has nothing to do with the market or our government. It comes from the God centered way of life which has existed for millennia.
While many in my profession will charge “what the market will bear”, I believe this philosophy to be immoral. Suppose a client comes to me distressed because of a letter from the IRS and would gladly pay me whatever I wanted to charge. Would it be right to do so? Absolutely not!
Some would call me a fool for not making all I can. Maybe in light of today’s morality this is true, but not in the eyes of God.