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Nick Nemeth: Providing Relief and Experience for Texans with IRS Problems
For Nick Nemeth, IRS problem solving goes well beyond saving money for his clients.
“People come to me deathly afraid of losing everything and we help alleviate that fear,” he says.
It’s no wonder his clients are afraid, he says. The IRS has an intimidating reputation—one driven by fear, power, and an intricate, ever-changing tax code that challenges even the best of professionals which is why he strongly recommends those seeking tax help should always consult a lawyer, preferably a local firm.
“We really try to set ourselves apart—I don’t practice nationally. We know our clients by name and we consider them our friends,” he says.
He’s known around the office for saying, “My only job is to keep the IRS as far away as possible from my clients and their assets until I negotiate a manageable, permanent solution to their problem.” Nemeth lives up to his word.
Not only does Nemeth manage the firm, he personally meets every client that comes in for a consultation. He oversees case work, runs the business end of things and when he’s not in the office, he’s taxiing his five children to gymnastics, rugby and hockey and he couldn’t imagine living or working anywhere else other than Texas.
In many ways, Nemeth is like a doctor. He tackles each case with the skill of a surgeon and the compassion of a healer and says he hasn’t yet found a problem he couldn’t solve. “I haven’t lost a patient yet,” he jokes.
“Clients come in and they’re in tears, their marriage is on the rocks, or they haven’t slept well in months and it’s all from the stress associated with their IRS problems. You can see the day they hire us that a load’s already been lifted off them. They know they’ve got someone they can depend on and someone they can trust. Tears of anguish sometimes turn into tears joy."
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