Former IRS Revenue Officer Les Perich started RPM Tax Resolution after retiring from the IRS. Mr. Perich is an Enrolled Agent, meaning he has the legal ability to represent you to the IRS. He offers over 32 years of IRS Collection experience. He uses this extensive experience to guide you safely through the stormy, and often intense, waters of IRS Collections.
RPM has the desire and the knowledge to be your life line. Our specialty is resolving collection issues with both the IRS and State Taxing Agencies. After analyzing your particular set of circumstances, we recommend the best plan to resolve your outstanding tax liabilities.
We believe that every tax problem has a solution and we will work hard to find the best solution possible for your particular situation.
Reprint from Grand Junction’s “The Daily Sentinel” – October 2013
■ Les Perich used to collect back taxes from people who tried to cheat the federal government, a dangerous job sometimes, particularly when many of the cases he worked on involved criminals willing to take revenge on the IRS field officer.
After 32 years on the job, most of it on the Western Slope, Perich decided to switch sides and in October, launched RPM Tax Resolution, P.O. Box 1676, Grand Junction 81502.
“My business specializes in helping both individuals and businesses that have outstanding tax liabilities with the IRS and other state taxing agencies,” Perich said. “This company was started to assist people in working with the IRS and state agencies to resolve their tax liability issues by setting up installment agreements, submitting offers in compromise, requesting hardship status and resolving levy and lien issues.”
The business name, RPM Tax Resolution, LLC, comes from the names Routledge, Perich, and Morton. The R stands for Routledge, a pseudonym Perich used during the last 10 years to avoid retribution by those from whom he collected back taxes. The P is for Perich and the M is for Morton, his wife’s last name, though Perich himself is the sole owner and manager of the company.
The easy-to-remember name might also stand for “resolutions per minute,” which is the work Perich specializes in. He does not prepare taxes.
“I’m small. It’s just me. I know the ins and outs of field collection for the IRS. I’m representing people who have tax problems but may be overwhelmed by the idea of contacting the IRS. I help them resolve their collection issues,” he said.
Call (970) 243-4307 for more information.
Staff. (2013, December 15). Biz Buzz. The Daily Sentinel. Retrieved from http://gjsentinel.com/news/articles/biz-buzz-dec-15-2013. Reprinted with permission from The Daily Sentinel. View PDF Reprint
Les Perich is a licensed Enrolled Agent (EA). Additionally, Les holds memberships in American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS) and National Center for Professional Education Fellowship (NCPE Fellowship).