We represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service in all matters.
You don’t have rights that you don’t know and understand.
If you have received an examination letter from the IRS, you need someone who understands the audit process on your side. Revenue agents and tax compliance officers often overstep their boundaries when conducting audits. As a former IRS auditor, I know the shortcuts and mistakes that auditors often make. IRS employees do not have unlimited authority; they are required to follow the Internal Revenue Manual when conducting examinations. I will ensure that your rights are protected at all times. While we attempt to resolve all tax disputes at the administrative level, occasionally we are forced to petition the tax court for relief.
We help individuals and small businesses resolve their tax debt problems, including employment tax and trust fund recovery penalties. We do not promise or advertise about settling debts for pennies on the dollar because it’s just plain wrong and misleading. We do promise to carefully evaluate all of your options to get you the best relief possible through installment agreements, penalty abatement, currently not collectible, offers in compromise, and bankruptcy.
We have helped clients that have significant unreported income or have had many years of non-filed tax returns get into compliance. Before going to an accountant, you should understand that you may need to protect your rights through attorney-client privilege. The IRS can civilly and criminally prosecute tax evasion and willful failure to file tax returns. For issues that involve potential tax crimes, we can help you avoid criminal prosecution through IRS tax amnesty programs.