An IRS audit is a review/examination of an individual’s or organization’s or accounts and financial information to ensure information is being reported correctly, according to the tax laws, to verify the amount of tax reported is accurate.
We will determine if you qualify for one of the 3 forms of innocent the relief. Innocent spouse relief under IRC § 6015(b); Allocation of liability under IRC § 6015(c); and Equitable relief under IRC § 6015(f)
An Installment Agreement with the IRS allows taxpayers to pay their back taxes to the IRS through monthly payments. This is a viable option for taxpayers who cannot afford to immediately pay their tax liability in full.
Failing to file tax returns can create serious problems. It can result in the IRS beginning its collection enforcements against you (e.g., levy against your wages, bank account and other assets). It can also result in a criminal offense.
Currently Not Collectible status protects a taxpayer from the enforced collection efforts of the IRS, by removing the taxpayer’s back tax account from active collection status.
If you have received a bank levy? We may still be able to get it released. But Time is not on your side, you must act fast on your levy notice. Once the bank levy is released, it is critical to obtain a resolution in writing.
Through our Full Pay Service we help our clients make the final arrangements to pay off their tax debt. Many taxpayers struggle to obtain accurate and consistent information about their tax account from the IRS. With our Full Pay service we work with our clients to facilitate the full payment of their tax debt.
If you owe back taxes, the IRS gains a tax lien on all your assets. The tax lien attaches to all property and rights to property (real or personal, tangible or intangible), title and interest of the taxpayer. In certain circumstances, we can negotiate for a subordination of the tax lien. Furthermore, if you engage us in the early stages of the tax controversy, we may be able to prevent filing of tax liens through negotiations with the IRS.
If the IRS Criminal Investigation Division starts investigating your case due to suspicions of tax fraud, you need to hire a criminal tax defense attorney to represent you. The stakes are simply too high to risk facing a criminal investigation by yourself and no form of tax resolution should take precedence over hiring a qualified tax attorney.
If you’ve been audited and don’t agree with the results, you may be able to contest them in United States Tax Court. This is a specialized type of court with judges who are experts in the tax law. With representation from an experienced tax attorney increase your odds of a favorable verdict.
Penalties can easily make up to 25% of the total amount owed, but we have successfully argued in IRS tax court circumstances beyond our clients control kept them from paying in a timely fashion, which led to a favorable verdict.
An IRS employment tax audit takes one of two forms: a “compliance check” (a perusal of a company’s federal employment tax forms and a brief interview centering on the factors the service deems important) or a full audit (an extensive and detailed examination of corporate books and records).