1. How Can An IRS Tax Attorney in Naperville Help You? Part II

    It can be devastating to receive a notice from the IRS that you owe more in taxes. You may already be feeling the pressure with taxes, and you cannot imagine having to pay more into the IRS. Tax Law Offices in Naperville are here to help. We serve our clients with tax attorney services to reduce their tax liability as much as possible. In our last post, we discussed how you should search for a tax…Read More

  2. How Can An IRS Tax Attorney Help You? – Part I

    If you’ve received notice from the IRS that you owe more than you filed for, you will need an IRS tax attorney. Every employed American must file income taxes. Every business must file quarterly taxes. Every single dollar made is taxed. There are no exceptions. However, when it comes to dealing with the IRS, you do not want to go at it alone. Before you use your phone to search “tax attorney n…Read More

  3. 2 Actions A Tax Collector Can Take If You Don’t Pay Taxes

    Your IRS Tax Collector has much more power than the average federal employee. It’s a common misunderstanding that the IRS is an entity you can avoid. Although it may seem like a brilliant idea to not pay your taxes, avoid the IRS, and use all the “extra” cash you have to live your life, it’s a horrible idea. Not only will a tax collector pursue you, but they will go as far as contacting yo…Read More

  4. Tax Law Offices Reduced Clients’ Taxes and Penalties by 99 Percent

    Tax Law Offices Reduced Clients’ Taxes and Penalties by 99 Percent Last year we accepted a new client with a serious IRS problem. The government sent a bill for almost $300,000. But we disagreed with that amount. Instead, we believed our client should only pay about 1% of that tax bill. We were right! After several months of work on this problem, we convinced the IRS that their bill amount was …Read More

  5. Do I Need an IRS Tax Attorney?

    Do I Need an IRS Tax Attorney? Yes, maybe. Large, serious tax problems are NOT easy to correct. Even worse, it they aren’t handled correctly, they will cost even more than if you hired a good IRS tax lawyer in the first place. Good tax return preparers and smart business owners know – these problems require the right help. I’m Smart – Can I Just Figure This Out Myself? These IRS problems a…Read More

  6. Owe The IRS? Let Our IRS Tax Attorneys in Naperville Help!

    It can be daunting to owe the IRS money. You spent the entire year working, only to have to pay more in taxes than you expected. You’re not alone. The best first step for anyone filing taxes is to actually file them and file them on time. If you’re going to owe money, the worst move you can make is to ignore your tax responsibility. The penalties will stack up on top of what you already owe if…Read More

  7. What to Consider When You Owe the IRS

    If you find yourself owing the IRS money after you file your taxes, don’t worry—the IRS Restructuring and Reform Bill of 1998 was designed to force better communication between you and the IRS. In other words, they are required to grant you due process rights when they come to collect what you owe. However, if you try to ignore the IRS, they can also make your life a living hell. Here are some…Read More

  8. Can I Sue my Tax Accountant?

    Tax season is upon us, and many of you have probably already finished filing your taxes. However, after compiling all your income information, receipts, W-2s, and expenses, you handed them to your tax accountant—only to have the IRS come knocking for an audit and penalty fees. Yikes! If your accountant made a mistake, does that mean that the blame falls on your shoulders? And if so, is there a w…Read More

  9. They Sent Form 1099, Not the W-2

    All employees, which easily includes unskilled laborers and most (near) minimum wage hourly workers, expect their W-2 Form in January. On the W-2, the employer reports last year’s wages and taxes withheld, employee benefits, etc. Those numbers are reported to the employee, the Social Security Administration, and to the Internal Revenue Service. This is the only standard method by which IRS and S…Read More

  10. I Don’t Have My W-2 Form

    Most every worker in the United States knows to expect his/her Form W-2 no later than January 31st. Even though many tax preparers will process your return by using your final pay statement for the previous year, you are still entitled to receive this form. There are steps you can take. Read on to learn more. Why Didn’t I Receive My W-2? As a tax defense attorney, I have seen dozens of reasons w…Read More