As Enrolled Agents, we are authorized to represent taxpayers in all fifty states and overseas in a full range of tax-controversy representation services.
Our representation services begin once you execute IRS Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative as part of your Enrollment Application.
IRS Form 2848 allows us to advocate on your behalf and resolve your tax controversy matters.
We specialize in providing the following representation services before the IRS:
If you have received any of the following letters or notices from the IRS, you are being audited:
Does this mean that you have done something wrong or that you owe money to the IRS?
Not necessarily so.
The purpose of an IRS audit is to ensure information is reported correctly according to the tax laws and to verify the reported amount of tax is correct.
Generally, the IRS selects tax returns for further review when statistical anomalies are present within your return that deviate from the "norm" or when your return involves issues or transactions with other taxpayers, such as business partners or investors, whose returns were selected for audit.
But the IRS also selects returns purely on a random basis for enforcement purposes and reputation effects.
Regardless of the audit forum, we can assist you.
Start assembling these DOCUMENTS as soon as possible, and click the button below to schedule a free, 30-minute, in-person or over-the-telephone consultation to discuss your immediate audit-representation needs.
If you have received any of the following letters or notices from the IRS, you have the right to appeal.
\We can assist you in responding to the Letter or Notice as well as represent you in the Office of Appeals.
The Office of Appeals is an independent office within the IRS charged with offering an objective point of view on each appealed case and is authorized to settle your case. But unlike the Audit Division, which is concerned with verifying the amount of tax reported on your tax return is correct, the Office of Appeals wants to avoid litigation, if at all possible, and, therefore, it looks to settle appealed matters generally on the basis of how likely it is the IRS will win or lose in court.
Strict time frames are set forth in your letter or notice to advise the IRS that you wish to appeal, so don't hesitate: click the button below to schedule a free, 30-minute, in-person or over-the-telephone consultation to discuss your immediate appellate-representation needs.
The IRS is intending to levy assets if you have received one of the following notices or letters:
You have a right to a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing with the IRS Independent Office of Appeals before any levy action is taken.
During a CDP hearing you have the right to discuss alternatives to enforced collection as well as to dispute the amount you owe if you have not had a prior opportunity to do so.
We can help!
You only have 30 days from the time you receive your final notice before the IRS can start to levy your assets.
We can help stop the levy process, so don't hesitate: click the button below to schedule a free, 30-minute, in-person or over-the-telephone consultation to discuss your immediate, Collection-Due-Process representation needs.
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