Kyle Dickmann has received extensive training in the field of tax resolution and business advisory services, with over 8 years of experience as a practicing attorney, and 7 years specializing in tax resolution. His expertise is in small business accounting and tax, with a focus on financial advisory services, specifically improving profitability. He is also a small business owner and received his BA in economics from Vassar College. Kyle Dickmann was born in Seattle and raised in Northern Kentucky. Now living in along with his wife, he enjoys hiking and skiing in the Rocky Mountains when he is not in the office.
10 years of tax experience, working for you and your family
At my company, we prepare and file simple to complex individual and business income tax returns as well as provide tax resolution, representation, and consulting services to clients all over the United States.
Our emphasis is in dispute resolution, tax collection, and tax controversy. With unlimited practice rights before the Internal Revenue Service and most state governments, we guide our clients through the complexities of the tax code in ways that aren’t overwhelming but understandable.
As proficient and experienced tax return preparers, we are able to discuss both the specifics of the return(s) as well as the basis of our proposal and plan of action moving forward. We offer a variety of representation services before the Internal Revenue Service and certain state governments during audit/exam, before small business and self-employed tax collections, as well as large dollar unit collections.
We have expansive experience dealing directly with Revenue Officers, Revenue Agents, Appeals Officers, Tax Practitioners, and Collections Agents. Our knowledge of current tax law and ability to reference IRS procedure and practice is an asset during negotiations and appeals with the Internal Revenue Service.
We also provide consulting services for new business start-ups and/or business restructuring. Finally, we have ample experience with the IRS’s Offer in Compromise programs wherein a taxpayer can settle their debt for an amount that is less than the total current liability.
- Small Business 100%
- Tax Problem Resolution 95%
- Individuals 80%
- Additional Services 87%
When it comes to Tax Resolution and settling debts with government institutions, you can’t afford to mess around – but nor can you afford to get in bed with “sales rooms” masquerading as a professional tax office. There’s simply too much at stake. And there are too many landmines along the path.
My name is Kyle Dickmann. I am licensed and able to represent you in front of the IRS. I have been doing so on behalf of clients (both local and national) now for years.
But what you DON’T need is to be bombarded by ruthless sales pitches and overbearing junk mail simply because your situation was picked up by some database somewhere, and you were targeted as a “hot lead”. Yes, this is how these operations can afford to advertise on national television and radio. They have a sales system, and they work it. Very hard.
Here’s the dirty secret of the national tax debt resolution industry: Almost all of your contact will be with a commissioned sales person. A closer. And their mission is to close YOU.
I hope you’ll forgive me for being blunt.
You see, these ‘closers’ have run their numbers, and they know that certain IRS problems can net them big fees. Sure, they’ll quote you a smaller fee during the so-called “financial analysis” in the beginning stages of the process – but they also know that there are lots of different ways that they can tack on additional fees during the process so that no matter what, they will get paid.
My team and I would like to invite you into a different kind of process.
Mind you – we are BULLDOGS when it comes to negotiating on behalf of our clients in front of the IRS. We have plenty of stories to prove it.
But what I’d FIRST like to do is to invite you to read my free report, that I’ve specially prepared for individuals. I’m confident that after reading this report, that you will ignore ALL the calls from the national sales sharks who are circling the waters and coming after you.
We want to fight for you – and we will care for you like a person along the way.
Click the button on below to request your free report, and we’ll rush your copy to you immediately. Feel free to poke around our site and discover why I’ve been called “The Most Trusted Tax Professional in America.”
PS — If you are discussing your tax situation over the telephone with other firms, be sure to ask them one important question:
“Are you a licensed tax professional that is legally eligible to offer me tax advice, or are you a salesman?”
This is by far the single most important question you should ask anybody trying to offer you tax advice. If they are a salesperson, I highly encourage you to run quickly in the opposite direction.
Click the button on this page to request either of these free reports from us, and we’ll rush your copy to you immediately. Feel free to poke around our site and discover why I’ve been called “The Most Trusted Tax Professional in America.”
Talk again soon, Kyle Dickmann, President
PS–When you grab either of these free reports, we’ll also add you to our weekly email series on “Real World” Strategy (for individuals). Our readers enthusiastically forward these to their friends and peers all the time, and they’re not your standard “tax tips”.
PPS–Already ready to come in?
I don’t blame you…many folks are fed up with the other options out there. Our schedule is very full…but if you call us at (303)327-9749 or Email Us, we’ll give you two options for coming in right away! We will NOT make dealing with a tax professional as painful as it’s been in the past!
Talk again soon,
Kyle Dickmann, President
What our Clients are saying
The Dickmann Tax Group handled our problem with the expertise and professionalism we were needing. Our hesitations about dealing with the IRS quickly went away with the knowledge of their team and willingness to step in and quickly fix the issues at hand.Highly Professional
As I write, it's the day before tax day (which is Tuesday the 17th), and we are pushing hard during this final stretch. Procrastinators in are streaming through our doors, both virtual and actual (after all, we welcome them here), the phone is ringing off the hook,...