What areas of law we can assist you with
Going through an IRS audit can be one of the most daunting experiences ever. Even without the IRS pressuring you, taxes can be confusing and complicated. During an audit, the IRS is not your friend and does not have your best interest in mind. Whether you have an income tax, payroll tax, employee classification issue, or something else, we will help you identify the problem, determine the best way to respond, and protect your rights through it all.
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While the IRS has a fearsome reputation, state revenue departments are often more aggressive. Georgia is no exception. States require more aggressive collections to stay funded and often have fewer taxpayer protections. At the same time, the technical tax issues can be just as complex as those handled by the IRS.
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If you currently have a tax debt owed to the IRS or GA Department of Revenue, the worst thing you can do is to ignore it. Even if the debt is years old and too large to handle, you need to address it before the government comes to collect.
We can help figure out the right solution to address the debt in the most efficient way possible.
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It is commonly understood that nobody owes a duty to pay more than what they right fully owe in taxes. Getting to what is right fully owed is where science and art meet.
We take the time to understand your unique situation and build a plan custom to you and your goals. If you have a big life event coming up, or your situation is complex enough that you need more assistance with structuring everything, we can help figure out the best plan for you.
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If you have received a Notice or Letter from the IRS or Georgia, or have an outstanding tax debt, contact us today so that we can create a plan and respond before it is too late. The worst thing you can do is to ignore it. The IRS does not go away.Contact Us Now!