Helping You Resolve Tax Controversies
Who needs tax help? Any person or business that owes the IRS or their state unpaid taxes and does not have the ability, whether it is through frustration, complication, or fear to adequately represent their own interests. Delinquent taxpayers may also just want an advocate in their corner. Tax resolution is the process of taking existing IRS and state programs, then utilizing and implementing those programs to solve a taxpayer’s tax problem. The solution can include an installment agreement, a Currently Noncollectible status, an Offer in Compromise, or a Bankruptcy.
If you have income or business tax problems, call me, John Harrington, at The Law Office of John D. Harrington, PLLC, today for a free consultation. At the consultation, I will review your issues and strive to give you a personalized plan as to how he is going to resolve your tax problem.
I offer flat fees and flexible payment plans. I accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Amex, and PayPal.
IRS Tax Audits
There are two types of tax audits, and it is wise to have a qualified tax attorney assisting you if you receive a notification that you are being audited.
A desk audit occurs when the IRS’ computers pick up a discrepancy in a person’s tax return. This typically occurs when the taxpayer misses a taxable item, such as a 401k withdraw or a 1099. The IRS will send the taxpayer a CP2000 letter informing the taxpayer of the discrepancy and letting them know of the additional tax they owe. The CP2000 letter will also give the taxpayer 30 days to respond. I offer a free consultation for taxpayers who receive a CP2000 letter from the IRS. Just bring the letter to the appointment.