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I got audited once. It was terrible. The agents were demanding and rude, and it took forever, and I’m not the kind of guy who keeps great records, okay? So the beginning of every April, I start getting really stressed. My work suffers, my wife suffers… everybody suffers. This past year, I got so mad just thinking about having to deal with all that paperwork, I almost started publicly supporting FairTax. But I didn’t.

There’s a reason I didn’t, as well. It’s called www.hbstax.tips.

We offer free information to file your taxes online as well as creating a budget to take control of your spending and to retire or eliminate debt.

 

They brag a lot on their site about how cool they are (they say things like “the business grew rapidly, mostly through word-of-mouth,” and “we’d only accept a certain number of clients at a time”). But they kinda have a reason to feel that way.

They can talk a lot of big game, but things change when the rubber meets the road and it’s time to put up or shut up. The agent who worked with me understood my frustrations, helped me get my things in order, and we had a great chat to boot.

I’m not the kind of person who rambles on about how great something is, because most of the time you sound like an idiot or a cult member. But I have to give these folks genuine props. They really came through for me when I was in a pinch—and I don’t say that lightly.

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Robert Gombos

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