Do you owe $10,000 or more in IRS tax debt? In some cases, you can reach a tax resolution and settle for far less than the amount you owe. This is known as an Offer in Compromise.
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It is unfortunate but true, that many people do not even consider consulting a tax attorney until they open their mailboxes one day and there is that dreaded letter from the IRS. A tax attorney is a lawyer that specializes in all areas of taxes. The tax attorney is required to attend law school for one to three more years, after regular law school, to receive their Masters in taxation. Call 855-203-5032 to find out how a tax attorney can help you settle your tax debt for pennies on the dollar.
The IRS has its own group of experienced tax attorneys, so if there is ever a time when you need to face the IRS for any reason, it is imperative that you have your own tax attorney with you. A tax attorney has all the tools and means necessary to handle any tax matters that come up during any tax disputes or issues. If you have been contacted by the IRS and are looking to retain the services of a tax attorney, there are certain things to keep in mind when looking for the right one.
First, you need to choose a tax attorney that has extensive knowledge and experience in all areas of taxation. This means your chosen tax attorney should be up to date on all tax regulations, laws, recent and past tax court cases, recent and past tax rulings, appeal procedures, audit procedures, tax litigation and collection.
Call (855) 203-5032 to find out how a tax attorney can help you settle your tax debt for pennies on the dollar. Your tax attorney should have a good deal of knowledge when it comes to business accounting. He or she should have the experience and training in financial areas to understand your case fully. Your tax attorney should also have a working knowledge of many other legal areas, such as bankruptcy, agency law and contract law. Your tax attorney should have a good deal of legal knowledge to recognize any issues that could be deemed criminal in nature.