George Garcia


George is an Enrolled Agent (EA) licensed by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. Since becoming an Enrolled Agent in 2012, he has successfully represented his clients in penalty abatements, business and personal installment agreements, Offer in Compromise, and Federal Tax Lien and wage garnishment issues.

George retired from the IRS after 32 years as a Subject Matter Expert in Complex Case Collection, where he served as Collection Revenue Officer OJI and Collection Acting Manager. During his time with the IRS, he assisted other Revenue Officers in complex collectioTax Lawn cases, including cases referred to IRS Counsel for potential litigation. Additionally, George served as one of the original Collection Lead Instructors during the implementation of the Automated Collection System (ACS) in Houston, teaching all aspects of the Collection jurisdiction.

As the Houston District Special Emphasis Program Manager, George participated in an IRS national task force assembled in Washington DC that developed IRS employee discipline standards still in use today. To add to his extensive experience, George served with local chapters of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU), where he held positions of Chapter Vice President and Chief Steward. As the Legislative Officer, he took part in local negotiations and lobbied Congress on behalf of IRS employee issues.

George attended the University of Maryland and Wichita State University and is a United States Air Force Vietnam-era veteran. He is an honorary director, and one of the original founding directors, of a local non-profit animal rescue and former local chapter Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus – a Catholic Fraternal Organization.

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