William Perez has worked as a tax professional since 2004. He earned the enrolled agent designation by passing a comprehensive examination on federal taxes and maintains his credential by taking continuing education classes.
William currently has been employed in a private tax practices where he helps people resolve their tax problems, minimize their taxes, and plan for their financial future.
William earned a master's degree in philosophy from San Francisco State University. He successfully passed the enrolled agent exam in 2005. He currently stays abreast of tax law changes through continuing education, reading tax blogs, and researching the very interesting questions and issues raised by readers in the tax forums.
By William Perez:
For me, it's not just about the numbers. It's also about understanding a person's financial life and making sense of our ever-changing tax code. I utilize critical thinking and analytical skills to understand America's tax system.
While I make every effort to insure that the tax information on About.com is accurate, the information published on About.com is of a general nature. There are many particular details found in the tax code. Accordingly, if you have specific questions about your taxes, your best resource is to work directly with a tax professional who can analyze your situation and help you figure out how the tax laws apply. This is important because I need to let you know about one provision found in a regulation called Treasury Circular 230. Under this law, you cannot use any of the information on this Web site for the purpose of avoiding penalties that may be imposed by the IRS. That's why in every article I write, I'll refer you to the appropriate materials from the IRS so that you can dig deeper into particular tax issues.