What Does a Tax Attorney Do?
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When you receive a threatening letter from the IRS or an IRS agent appears at your home/place of business and you are unsure what to do next, you should seek professional assistance.
Often times an individual may seek help from a local attorney who call themselves “tax attorneys”, but do not specialize in solely dealing with the IRS. They may be heavily involved in tax and estate planning for wealthy individuals and companies, estate law, family law, civil cases, personal injury, bankruptcy, etc., but are not familiar with IRS guidelines or tax law. Thus, they call themselves local but your case may be outsourced to individuals who are not located in their office and sometimes not even in the same state.
At Federal Tax Professionals we take a “TEAM” approach for your individual needs. Your case will be assigned to a team of highly experienced CPAs, Tax Attorneys, and former IRS agents who are in house and fully equipped with the knowledge and expertise required to resolve your IRS matters.
For each phase of your case (from tax preparation to financial analysis and negotiations), we have the personnel and experience required to reach the quickest and best resolution possible. Our structure is the most efficient and effective way to handle even the most severe IRS cases.
Attorney, CPA, or Enrolled Agent
Attorneys, CPAs and Enrolled Agents can all represent you before the IRS. The IRS grants these tax professionals the same authority to represent you. They all have equal access to the IRS and can resolve your tax controversies. So why not choose a firm that can provide you with all three professionals and tailor a strategy according to your needs? Three heads are always better than one.
Full Service Tax Firm
Not all tax professionals operate full service tax firms. A full service tax firm will provide bookkeeping, tax preparation, tax planning, and tax resolution services. You may not know but the IRS will not resolve your tax issues for you, as they just want their money! If you have unfiled tax returns, this could be a problem for you. If you hire a tax attorney to represent you, you’ll probably need to have someone else prepare your unfiled tax returns. It then becomes your responsibility to make sure that both the attorney and tax preparer are aware of your unique circumstances so that your tax returns and IRS defense are consistent. Having all your tax professionals housed under one roof, in one office working together, allows for superior, expedited results. Federal Tax Professionals’s structure allows us to take on any IRS case you can throw at us.
Is Federal Tax Professionals the RIGHT FIRM for you?
Federal Tax Professionals – a nationwide tax resolution firm – is comprised of a team of experienced professionals. We have resolved thousands of tax controversies. We’ve seen it all at the IRS and know how to get the quickest and best solution to your problem. For instance, we can get a wage garnishment released within 3-4 business days, once we’ve received your documentation.