Receiving a notice for IRS back tax debt can be an incredibly stressful experience for anyone. Perhaps you are worried about getting into trouble with the IRS and having to go to jail or pay additional fines for back taxes. When you are facing IRS back tax debt issues, a lawyer can help you resolve these legal issues. You can find peace of mind and resolution for your tax issues by getting in touch with a tax attorney.
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A lawyer can help challenge any type of notice that you receive from the IRS. Perhaps you have received a notice that your wages are about to be garnished. Maybe you have received a notice that a lien is about to be placed on your home. These are instances in which it is in your best interest to get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible. A lawyer may be able to prevent these unfortunate situations from happening in your case.
A lawyer may also be able to prove that you actually owe a lower amount of taxes. This is a common occurrence for individuals who own businesses. The IRS may miscalculate the total amount of taxes that a business owes, and a lawyer can catch this type of miscalculation and mistake. A lawyer will be able to gather the evidence in the form of financial statements or receipts to prove that a business actually owes a much lower amount of taxes.
If you are in this kind of situation, then you can depend on a lawyer to provide all of the evidence to counter the notices that you have received from the IRS. You should never simply accept a notice at face value from the IRS. You have every right to obtain further information or to challenge the notice that the IRS has sent to you.
If you have received documents from the IRS, then you should save them in a file system. Your lawyer will want to view all of the documents that the IRS has sent you. This way, the lawyer will be able to research the accuracy of these documents.
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The lawyer will help you draft reasons for a disagreement with the assessment that the IRS has sent to you. The lawyer may also go to court and argue with a lawyer who is representing the IRS. Your tax attorney may be able to get penalties or other fees erased from your account.
Gilland Law P.C. has represented the interests of hundreds of troubled tax payers across the state of Utah. Attorney Jim Gilland has negotiated with the IRS on the behalf of his clients to resolve many types of IRS tax problems including, payroll trust fund recovery, wage garnishment, IRS levies, tax property liens and more.