Daniel Rosefelt, Attorney & CPA and his team have substantial experience representing individuals, professionals, commercial businesses and business owners facing audit of their income, sales or employment tax returns by the IRS or state taxing authorities.
Most people, including many tax professionals, mistakenly believe that federal income taxes are never dischargeable in a bankruptcy. This myth is wrong. Although the intersection of the United States Bankruptcy Code, the Internal Revenue Code, and IRS lien and levy rights is complicated, bankruptcy relief is often the best way to solve a serious tax problem and stop IRS collection activity.
Delinquent returns are often more closely examined and scrutinized by the IRS. The filing of a delinquent tax return requires an extra level of care and accuracy. When filing delinquent tax returns, it is important to move quickly and correctly, and to follow IRS guidelines for “voluntary compliance.”
The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) is a program specifically designed for taxpayers with exposure to potential criminal liability and/or substantial civil penalties due to a willful failure to report foreign financial assets and pay all tax due in respect of those assets.
If you have failed to file your tax returns, under-reported your income, or knowingly claimed excess deductions, you may find yourself facing a criminal tax investigation. An IRS criminal investigation is a very serious matter, and criminal tax avoidance and tax fraud have the potential to result in a criminal indictment and incarceration.
The objective of Daniel Rosefelt & Associates, LLC, Attorney & CPA in every tax controversy is to resolve issues and controversies quickly, efficiently, at the earliest stage and, if possible, without litigation. Our attorney deals regularly with the IRS, the Treasury, the Department of Justice, and state taxing authorities in an effort to negotiate a resolution of our clients’ tax disputes and cases.
Many taxpayers who face serious tax problems attempt to resolve those problems themselves. However, large tax problems have the potential to threaten a person’s business or livelihood, or even lead to criminal charges. These large and complicated tax problems require the services of experienced tax lawyers.