Gerald Yarborough

About Gerald Yarborough
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Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Gerald YarboroughGerald Yarborough is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Gerald has been preparing tax returns, managing IRS audits and resolving IRS debts for small businesses and individual clients for 40+ years.

Starting as an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Revenue Agent in Knoxville, Tennessee and working in the Dallas, Texas Appeals Office of the IRS, Gerald gained valuable, hands-on experience with the IRS. In 1978 he opened his first CPA firm. The practice flourished and the dream of helping small business owners do a better job with their record keeping and staying out of trouble with the IRS was being realized.

In 1992 Gerald decided to start a new firm closer to his hometown of Fort Mill, South Carolina. The firm has built a reputation as a strong, reliable resource for all tax needs.

Gerald prepares tax returns for small business and individual clients, (whether they are the current returns or un-filed prior year returns), taking aggressive but defensible positions on their returns to maximize their savings in tax dollars and minimizing their chance of being audited by the IRS. Having been a former IRS Agent, he knows what to look for to avoid tax problems. Gerald is an expert in IRS Debt Resolution , bringing real world, no-nonsense solutions to individuals and businesses with delinquent IRS tax problems.

“A trucking company owed the IRS approximately $2,800,000 in delinquent employment (Form 940/941) taxes. My team formulated a plan and strategy that permitted the trucking company to survive this tax crisis and reduced the indebtedness to approximately $700,000. This trucking company continues to serve its customers today and has been able to to keep its full team of approximately 300 employees intact.”

A $2,100,000 Reduction

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