Domestic Voluntary Disclosure

Daniel Rosefelt & Associates, LLC, Attorney & CPA has a comprehensive tax law practice geared towards solving serious tax problems. Many of our clients come to us after failing to file tax returns for many years. Others have large unpaid income or employment tax liabilities. These are serious tax problems that can threaten a person’s business, livelihood and assets.

Our team of experienced tax lawyers has solutions for these and other tax controversies. The IRS’s Domestic Voluntary Disclosure program can “get you back into the system” and avoid criminal tax prosecution. Once you’re back in compliance, Daniel Rosefelt & Associates, LLC, Attorney & CPA can help you solve your unpaid tax liabilities and maintain compliance.

To learn how we can help you, contact us at (301) 656-4424 or reach out by completing our ten-second consultation form. Our firm serves clients from offices in Bethesda, Maryland, strategically located close to the IRS national headquarters and the U.S. Tax Court.

Avoiding Criminal Prosecution

It is the IRS’ stated policy to not recommend prosecution to the Department of Justice when the taxpayer “truthfully, timely, and completely complies with all provisions of the voluntary disclosure practice.”

If you have unfiled tax returns, unreported income or other potential “egg shell” tax issues, Daniel Rosefelt, Attorney & CPA and his team can discuss the situation with you under protection of the attorney-client privilege and aid you in your relations with the IRS. We can then work to help you qualify for the voluntary disclosure program. In addition, we can develop a practical plan designed to reduce your tax liabilities to the greatest extent possible.

If you are already the target of an IRS criminal investigation or prosecution, we can defend you with experience and skill. Our team has substantial experience defending clients facing the IRS criminal investigation process or prosecution for federal tax crimes.

Get Legal Help Today — Start Sleeping Again Tonight

To schedule a confidential consultation about your tax problems, contact us at (301) 656-4424 or reach out by completing our ten-second consultation form.