Tax Problems

Tax Debt Relief

Large tax problems have the potential to threaten a person’s business or livelihood. They may even lead to criminal charges. You should never attempt resolution personally; complicated tax problems require the services of experienced tax attorney.
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Tax Litigation

Our objective is to always resolve tax issues quickly, efficiently and, if possible, without litigation. When necessary, our clients deal regularly with the IRS, the Treasury, the Department of Justice, and state tax authorities to negotiate satisfactory resolutions for a variety of tax issues.
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Tax Fraud and Tax Evasion

If you've failed to file your tax returns, under-reported your income or knowingly claimed excess deductions, you may find yourself facing a criminal tax investigation. Without legal aid, criminal tax avoidance and tax fraud have the potential to result in a criminal indictment and incarceration.
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Unfiled Tax Returns

Delinquent returns are often more closely examined and scrutinized by the IRS; filing one requires an extra level of care and accuracy. When filing delinquent tax returns, it is important to move quickly and correctly while following IRS guidelines for “voluntary compliance.”
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Employment Tax Problems

Failure to pay employment taxes to the IRS can result in imposition of the trust fund recovery penalty. As a result the IRS can assess and attach the personal assets of the business’s owner, and of those involved in managing the business, for the penalty.
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Bankruptcy Tax Relief

Even tax professionals sometimes believe that federal income taxes cannot be discharged in a bankruptcy. In reality, when guided by a skilled professional, bankruptcy relief is often the best way to solve a serious tax problem and stop IRS collection.
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