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CPA VS Tax Attorney

Posted on: January 21, 2021
A CPA Is Not The Same As A  Tax Attorney Some taxpayers might turn to their accountants for assistance, however, your CPA cannot provide you with the same level of assistance as a knowledgeable tax attorney in Florida. When you work with a tax lawyer, all of your communications are protected by attorney-client privilege. Many [Read More]

Federal Tax Liens

Posted on: December 21, 2020
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Orlando Attorney for Federal Tax Liens: What You Need To Know If you have recently received documentation that you may be subjected to a federal IRS bank lien, you still have options available to you but it is necessary to act quickly in order to protect your individually held assets or your business. You need [Read More]

IRS Audits

Posted on: November 21, 2020
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Orlando Area Tax Defense Lawyer For IRS Audits Learning that you have become the subject of an audit can be an overwhelming and confusing experience and one that should only be handled directly by a Florida lawyer for IRS audits. When you have an attorney who has worked in this field for many years, you [Read More]

What Questions Should You Ask Your Tax Lawyer Before Hiring Him or Her?

Posted on: October 6, 2018
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If you have already made a decision to hire a tax attorney, you need to carry out a careful vetting process before selecting the right person to represent you and your interests. Knowing what questions to ask your tax lawyer during the initial consultation can weed out people who might not be the appropriate fit [Read More]

Can I Stop A Tax Levy?

Posted on: September 5, 2018
Stop A Tax Levy In Florida
One of the most common reasons for a person to finally reach out to an experienced tax attorney is the receipt of a notice of intent to levy. The agency is officially informing you as the taxpayer that they are taking a final step and intend to collect the tax debt due directly from a [Read More]

What to Do If You Receive an Audit Notice from the IRS

Posted on: August 8, 2018
Florida IRS Audit Attorney
There is perhaps nothing more terrifying than opening the mail and realizing that you are being audited. There are several important steps that you need to take in order to protect yourself and your freedom and the support of an experienced tax attorney is unmatched in determining how to proceed. The first thing to do [Read More]

Is A CPA The Same Thing As A Tax Attorney?

Posted on: July 12, 2018
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Many people who are in a financial bind and are curious about protecting their best interests as it relates to taxes will be curious about who to hire to help them with a complicated issue. One of the most common questions presented to tax attorneys is whether or not a CPA is the same thing [Read More]

Paying Penalties and Interest with the IRS

Posted on: June 9, 2018
IRS Penalties and Interest
If you get behind on your taxes, it’s smart to talk to a lawyer before going to the IRS directly. A lawyer will know all the avenues available to you and can come up with a plan for your best interests. An attorney can also help you avoid many of the most common mistakes. If [Read More]

How to Create an IRS Installment Agreement

Posted on: May 9, 2018
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How to create an installment agreement with the IRS.  When you are facing tax challenges that seem impossible to approach, it is strongly recommended that you explore all possible avenues to resolve the issues before engaging an attorney.  Hiring the right tax attorney, however, can help you to address these issues at a bigger level if you [Read More]

What to Do After You Receive a Notice From the IRS?

Posted on: April 10, 2018
Get help from a tax lawyer if you got a notice from the IRS.
Did You Receive An IRS Notice? Getting any sort of communication from the IRS is a nerve-wracking experience and it might be tempting to simply respond on your own and provide the evidence or further documentation requested by the agency. However, you may be able to benefit from consulting directly with a tax attorney. What [Read More]