The United States Tax Code is approximately 73,954 pages long. So please understand, it is not in your best interest to meet or talk to any IRS Auditors or Agents about any tax collection or audit issues without having a Tax Attorney by your side.
CPA’s and Enrolled Agents are invaluable professionals when it comes to tax preparation and filings, but only an attorney is afforded by law “Attorney-Client Privilege.”
This means, that whatever you say to a CPA or Enrolled Agent pertaining to your tax issues, and whatever notes they may have on your case could be subpoenaed under court order and used against you. Yes, your CPA or Enrolled agent could be forced by court order to testify against you, their client.
Many people avoid hiring a Tax Attorney because they fear the cost. However, when it comes to confronting the IRS with any audit or collection issue, our goal is to actually save you money through our services.
So, when it comes to Tax Planning, Tax Audit, IRS Tax Levy and Collection issues, or Business Entity Formation, Trust and Estate Planning, it would be in your best interest to have a U.S. Tax Court Attorney with the advanced education, experience, and training to help guide you every step of the way.
Our firm has the background and expertise to assist you with any of the following issues:
- Business Formation
- Business Tax Formation
- Business & Personal Tax Planning
- Tax Settlements
- Tax Litigation
- Unpaid Taxes
- Prevent Tax Levy & Seizure
- Tax Levy Removal
- Tax Lien Removal
- Wage Garnishment Removal
- Tax Audit Representation
- IRS Asset Seizure
- Tax Penalties Romoval
- Offer In Compromise
- Installment Agreement
- Innocent Spouse Relief
- Currently Not Collectible
If you or a loved one are in need of Tax or Legal services, please call us now (833) 829-6529 or click on our “Request An Appointment” tab to schedule a free assessment and find out how we can help.