The Tax Therapy Mission and Philosophy (What’s Our ‘Why’)

My mission is to provide high quality, high-tech service with a small town feel. I use automation to make my time more available for those things that only an experienced professional can handle.

I’m not here to judge you. If you haven’t filed in a while, I can help you get caught up. If you’ve been a long-time DIY person I get it. I am not going to judge you for making a few errors on a self-prepared return. If you owe the IRS money, I am here to explore collection and payment alternatives. I am all about compliance moving forward. As long as you want to get your tax situation right and keep it right then I am here to help.

I want everyone to feel safe and valued as a client. I do not discriminate. As long as you want your taxes done right, pay your invoice, and aren’t mean to me I’m here to help!

My why? It’s helping people to understand their taxes even if only briefly. I want you to know how your taxes work even if you forget it the day after your review appointment. I want you to know so you don’t pay more than you have to. I want you to know to keep you out of “tax trouble”. And I want you to know so you can make informed decisions that will help you meet your short- and long-term financial (and life) goals.

I want to be a trusted partner in your future success (no matter where you’re starting from).

Amber Gray-Fenner, EA, USTCP

Amber has been doing taxes since she inherited her mother’s Nevada business in late 2010. She earned her Enrolled Agent credential in 2016 and was accepted to the Bar of United States Tax Court In June 2019 (she is a non-attorney admitted to practice in Tax Court). In August 2019 Amber completed 72 hours of specialized training in IRS audit and collections representation to become a Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute. Before becoming a #taxpro Amber worked as a technical writer for Sandia National Laboratories where she honed the research and writing skills she now brings to her practice. Amber is currently serving on the Editorial Board of the EA Journal, the member publication of the National Association of Enrolled Agents. Amber is also a contributing writer at and a contributor focusing on individual tax issues and IRS developments for

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