Tax Advisor Barry G. Fowler, EA Uses Trump as an Example of What Not To Do When it Comes to Taxes

Barry G. Fowler, EA, leading expert in tax resolution issues and CEO of Taxation Solutions, says there are things regular taxpayers learn from Trump’s refusal to release his tax returns even though he is being audited.

Houston, TX – March 15, 2016 – Barry G. Fowler, CEO of Taxation Solutions, posted a new blog on the company website entitled “When It Comes to Your Taxes, Don’t Follow Trump’s Example.” Despite the fact that Trump is using every excuse in the book for not releasing his taxes, Barry Fowler agrees with a recent Forbes.com piece that says taxpayers can learn what not to do.

barry fowlerFowler writes, “So, Donald Trump has yet to release his tax returns. Though he has admitted to being audited consistently for the past 10 years or so. And according to a recent Forbes article, even the IRS Commissioner John Koskinen is weighing in on Trump’s failure to release his taxes acknowledging that it’s okay to release his returns during an audit.”

According to Fowler, “The big question here is whether or not ordinary taxpayers can learn anything from this ordeal.” He continues adding, “As the Forbes.com piece says, ‘You bet.’”  Fowler posts 3 tips published by Forbes to help taxpayers avoid ending up on the wrong side of the IRS.

The entire blog can be read at http://www.taxationsolutions.net/when-it-comes-to-your-taxes-dont-follow-trumps-example/

About Barry G. Fowler, EA

Barry G. Fowler founded Taxation Solutions out of a genuine concern for the IRS issues his clients face, many of whom are self-employed, contract employees, or entrepreneurs. For his contributions to his profession and expertise in tax resolution and financial planning, Fowler has been featured as one of America’s Trendsetters on CBS and Yahoo, and as a Premier Expert in Inc. Magazine. He has been instrumental in helping hundreds of people resolve complex tax issues with the IRS.

Fowler is licensed to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service, and is a longstanding member of several tax industry professional organizations: NAEA, NATP, TSEA, ASTPS.