- Auditing and Accounting
- Business Services
- Canadian Taxation Services
- Corporate Tax Planning & Preparation
- Cross Border Trust and Estate Planning
- Financial Services
- Investing as an Expat or US Connected Person
- Investing in U.S. Real Estate from Outside the U.S.
- Payroll & Business Services
- US Corporate Taxes
- US Expat Taxation Services
- US Individual Taxes
- US Tax Resolution Services
IRS Audit Representation
Our experienced professionals know the ins and outs of working with government tax agencies. We understand what your rights are, and are thoroughly schooled on tax ruling and regulation. We will act on your behalf from the moment you ask us to represent you. You possibly will never have to meet with the IRS!
The process of obtaining audit representation begins with an evaluation of the state or IRS notification you received
Back Taxes Owed
Have you filed your tax returns every year, but not paid all the tax you owe? Maybe you just didn’t have enough money at the time and planned to pay more later. Unfortunately, the penalties and interest that are added to back taxes greatly increase how much you will ultimately owe the government. If you are delinquent on your taxes and haven’t yet heard from the IRS, you soon will. The IRS may place a lien on your property or a levy on your bank accounts or wages. The potential damage from unpaid back taxes can be financially ruinous, but it is often avoidable. We can help you assess your tax debt options and negotiate a workable payment plan with the IRS. Unpaid back taxes is a problem that rarely goes away on its own. Contact us today and resolve your tax liability issues.
One of the worst things about IRS tax controversies are the penalties and interest tacked on to your original bill. There are penalties for late filing, late payment, and negligence, to name but a few–and the interest on unpaid taxes can rapidly increase your total tax liability. If you are struggling with unpaid taxes plus additional penalties and interest, we can help. The IRS may abate certain penalties if there is reasonable cause and the failure was not due to willful neglect. Many taxpayers who have not previously had major issues with the IRS can qualify for a first time penalty waiver. Generally, the IRS does not revoke interest charges, but some established interest suspension provisions do apply–especially where the IRS has made an error. We understand if you are overwhelmed by penalties and interest. They often appear arbitrary and unfair. We will carefully scrutinize your tax situation to see where penalties and/or interest may be waived.
Other services include filing your US Federal corporation tax returns and meeting the State requirements.
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