Sometimes the Internal Revenue Service will pursue a tax deficiency, impose a penalty, or issue a lien or Levy that is not justified. This office can represent you in these matters. If we cannot agree with the agent handling your case, there is an office within the Internal Revenue Service known as IRS Appeals. The State of New Jersey has a similar Appeals procedure. If a resolution of your case cannot be achieved at this point. His firm has experience both in Federal and State tax courts. There are other programs such as due process collection hearings and taxpayer advocate’s office, which can be utilized to protect your rights.
There is a long-standing program administered by the Internal Revenue Service to resolve tax disputes based upon doubt as to collectibility, doubt as to liability and effective tax administration. This program is known as the Offer in Compromise program. Under doubt as to collectibility, if taxpayers owe more than they can possibly pay, the IRS will settle for a lesser amount. This office can invite you regarding all of the possibilities of this program. We also have experience in representing taxpayers in Offers in Compromise which may resolve tax liabilities for less than the amount owed.
We can provide sophisticated tax advice during audits. We can also provide advice regarding tax saving measures in structuring businesses.