Pam Britz, EA
- Is a native Texan who has been a resident of Sugar Land for over 40 years and a resident of Greatwood for over 20 years.
- Attended the University of Arizona & Regis University (Colorado)
- Is a member of Texas Society of Enrolled Agents
- Is a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA)
- Is a member of the National Association of Tax Practitioners (NATP)
- Is a member of American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS)
- Taught sections of the Enrolled Agents Exam preparatory class for several years at Rice University’s Continuing Education Department
- Is a founding member of Keep Sugar Land Beautiful (KSLB)
- Dog mom to Betsy Ross & Eddie
Let Us Help:
“EAs are to taxes what CPAs are to accounting”
Pam is an Enrolled Agent.
What’s that, you say? The Internal Revenue Service recognizes only Enrolled Agents, CPAs, and attorneys as having demonstrated the tax knowledge to represent taxpayers before all levels of the IRS. Enrolled Agents specialize in tax law including resolving tax problems, tax return preparation and planning; whereas, CPAs may specialize in other areas such as accounting audits or business valuations. Like CPAs and attorneys, EAs are required to take continuing education classes each year.
“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’ll 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.
We want to fight for you – and you will never have to speak with the IRS yourself.
Click on the button below to take your first step. Feel free to poke around our site and discover why I’ve been called “The Most Trusted Tax Professional in Sugar Land.”
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.
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 (281) 937-0447 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,
Pam Britz, EA
M., Sugar Land, TX
"You allow me to focus on my family and career instead of struggling to learn all the tax rules."
P., Houston, TX
"Process and tools were easy to use."
"We really appreciated the way our tax return was handled-very easy..."
J., Sugar Land, TX
"I trust you. You are very thorough..."