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Nikki Andrews

EA, AFSP

Enrolled Agent Number : 00141144-EA

Nikki Andrews is the owner of Nikki Andrews Professional Services, a full-service tax office in New Richmond, Wisconsin. Nikki has been analyzing tax returns and financial records professionally for 15+ years. Our office specializes in IRS and DOR Tax Resolution; as well as preparing accurate tax returns and tax planning for both individuals and businesses. We are passionate about ensuring our clients understand what they need to do to comply with tax laws, while ensuring preservation of the freedoms afforded under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights.

Nikki is an Enrolled Agent (#00141144-EA), thereby licensed to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. These credentials also qualify her for state representation. Nikki is partnered with the most experienced Tax Resolution Team in America, with more than 200 years of IRS experience. This amazing team includes former IRS Revenue Agents, former IRS Revenue Officers, Tax Attorneys and Enrolled Agents. Our team can handle your IRS and DOR tax problems.

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Our Process

Our Process

Our Easy Process for Tax Resolution

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Consultation Call

Consultation Call

The consultation is complimentary and confidential. Let us know what you are going through, and we will tell you how we can help.

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Agreement

Document Verification & Preliminary Research

Going ahead we will share our service engagement agreement and authorizations for signature. Then we will obtain transcripts and statement(s) of account and verify the information on file.

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Analysis

Analysis Review, Strategy & Planning

Once we have analyzed your transcripts and/or statement(s) of account, we will develop strategies for resolving your tax matter and confer with you to choose a course of action.

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Resolution, Review & Exit Meeting

We will keep you updated every step of the way, while we work to secure the best solution for you. When our work is complete we will meet one final time to review the outcome, future events and responsibilities.

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INDUSTRY EXPERTS

Meet My Team of Experienced Professionals

Our Team

We are the most experienced Tax Relief Resolution team in America with over 200 years of IRS experience!

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Michael Sullivan

Former IRS Agent, Fox & ABC News Contributor

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Julie Lynch

Former IRS,
Revenue Officer

Jackie Nguyen
Jackie Nguyen

Former IRS, Revenue
Agent/TIGTA/EA

Herb Cantor
Herb Cantor

CPA, Former Revenue
Agent/ Appeal Agent

Joe Hopkins
Joe Hopkins

CPA, MBA, Former CFO

Lucy Petry
Lucy Petry

Tax Attorney/CPA

Joshua A. Webskowski
Joshua A. Webskowski

US Tax Court Practitioner

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NEWS

More on My Partner Michael Sullivan, Former IRS Agent

News

Michael has commentated on many different news broadcasts to share his vast knowledge of the IRS system. You will get a chance to meet Michael when you give us a call as we tailor a complete experience just for your resolution issues and potential back tax returns.


Watch our partner Mr. Michael Sullivan on Fox Business News


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Mr. Michael Sullivan has also appeared on ABC Washington, The Briefing Room, and discussed the audit and release of Donald Trump’s tax returns.

Our Achievements

Our Achievements

Don‘t wait, file today to minimize any IRS and/or DOR penalties and interest assessments.

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Wisconsin Tax Appeals

PROBLEM:
The State of Wisconsin denied our client’s claim for refund of an overpayment when the client had no state tax liability and had overpaid after having been levied. The denial was based on Wis. Stats. ⸹ 71.75(2).

WHAT WE DID TO HELP:
We challenged the state’s denial all the way to the Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission and in the end the State of Wisconsin conceded, and we were successful in obtaining a full refund of the taxpayer’s overpayment.

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Audit (Examination) Defense

PROBLEM: We were contacted by a taxpayer concerning an IRS refund denial and demand for payment. The IRS denied the taxpayer’s claim(s) for Earned Income and Child Tax Credits. The taxpayer had previously provided a response to the IRS with supporting documentation; however, the IRS continued to deny the refund and the taxpayer had just received a demand for payment (balance due assessment) which included an accuracy related penalty of $420.60.

WHAT WE DID TO HELP:
We were retained to file an appeal for audit reconsideration. We promptly filed a Power of Attorney and contacted the IRS. After submitting all of the documentation necessary to prove the taxpayer’s eligibility, the IRS agreed with ‘our’ position and the taxpayer received a refund for $8,099.46 which included interest.

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DOR (State Department of Revenue) Notices

PROBLEM: We were contacted by a taxpayer whose wages were being garnished by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue. The taxpayer acknowledged that they had not filed returns for a number of years but insisted they could not possibly owe the State of Wisconsin ‘as much’ money as Wisconsin intended to recover. The State of Wisconsin had obtained civil judgments and asserted liens against the taxpayer for an amount exceeding $11,000.

WHAT WE DID TO HELP:
We promptly filed a Wisconsin Power of Attorney and requested a Statement of Account. We determined immediately that the Wisconsin Department of Revenue had ‘estimated’ the taxpayer’s income tax for the previous 5 years, without regard for deductions and credits for which the taxpayer was eligible; and without regard for taxes paid.
We assisted this taxpayer in gaining compliance by quickly filing the past due returns. In the end, the taxpayer’s total liability for all 5 years was less than $500. After applying payments obtained via garnishment, the State of Wisconsin owed this taxpayer a refund of $214.

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DOR (State Department of Revenue) Notices

PROBLEM: A taxpayer was denied credit for net tax paid to another state – after in good faith, attempting to get caught up on filing their delinquent returns.

WHAT WE DID TO HELP: We filed an appeal on behalf of the taxpayer and presented our case as to why the claim should not be denied, despite having ‘apparently’ passed the statute of limitation. With our involvement, the State of Wisconsin rescinded the denial citing a “one time exception”.
Since the resolution of this matter, we have argued refund and credit disallowances pursuant to Wis. Stats. ⸹ 71.75(2) and have been successful in overturning this ‘blanket’ denial, based on facts and circumstances.

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DOR (State Department of Revenue) Notices

PROBLEM: This taxpayer’s wages were being garnished and they were unable to stop the garnishment, despite the financial distress it caused.

WHAT WE DID TO HELP: We promptly filed a Wisconsin Power of Attorney and requested a “Collection Hold”. The collection hold was granted, and the garnishment ceased immediately. After obtaining a statement of account, we determined that the Department of Revenue had greatly overestimated the taxpayer’s income tax for 5 years. We assisted this taxpayer in gaining compliance quickly by filing their past due returns.
In the end, the taxpayer’s total liability for all 5 years was less than $500. After applying the payments obtained via garnishment, the State of Wisconsin owed this taxpayer a refund of $214.

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Wisconsin Tax Appeals

PROBLEM: We were contacted by a taxpayer whose account had been levied by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue. The taxpayer’s bank account was wiped clean of nearly $5,000 in one fell swoop and in order to prevent another levy from happening, the taxpayer was paying the State of Wisconsin $500 every two weeks with no end in sight.

WHAT WE DID TO HELP: We promptly filed a Wisconsin Power of Attorney and requested a “Collection Hold”. After analyzing the taxpayer’s Wisconsin tax account, we discovered the taxpayer’s returns were inaccurately filed and they did not owe the State of Wisconsin a penny. By this time, Wisconsin had collected more than $10k from the taxpayer and intended to collect at least $10k more.
We promptly filed accurate returns and claims for refunds of the overpayments. Wisconsin Department of Revenue conceded the taxpayer’s liability (of zero due); but denied a refund for the oldest period (an amount greater than $5,000), based on Wis. Stats. ⸹ 71.75(2).
We challenged the state’s denial all the way to Tax Appeals and in the end, we were successful in obtaining a full refund of the taxpayer’s overpayment(s).

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