Are You An Audit Victim of The IRS?
Prior to retaining us, one of our recent clients was being asked as a result of his audit
to pay the IRS an additional $10,000. He wanted to settle by paying $6,000. Our
intervention reduced the total owed to just $1,600!
Do You Owe The IRS Money? Don't pay them any more than you have
client came to us owing the IRS $600,000. We were able to get the IRS to eliminate more
than $500,000 of his debt, thereby reducing the total owed by a substantial amount.
The IRS was threatening to attack the pension of a school teacher
who had filed for bankruptcy because they said that the pension was exempt in the
bankruptcy action. Our intercession protected his pension because we were able to convince
the Service that their action was not appropriate.
able to negotiate a compromise a large tax debt for the owners of a defunct small
business. We settled their entire tax obligation for about 40 cents on the dollar.
On a Friday morning the IRS levied the
salary of a sanitation worker. By the afternoon we got the levy released.
A visiting nurse was charged with civil
tax fraud. We appealed the decision and reduced the fraud charge to negligence.
A spouse owed the IRS
$25,000 because her husband filed for bankruptcy. We prevailed in the Tax
Court who agreed that was not her debt even though they filed a joint return.