1. IRS Revenue Officers Can (and Do) Make Unannounced Visits

    Adapted from NATP, March 3, 2016 A good IRS tax attorney knows what the IRS can and can't do. If you think they won't visit you at your home or place of business, think again. IRS Revenue officers do visit individuals and businesses that owe taxes. They also call on businesses that have stopped making federal tax deposits. Revenue Officers always carry credentials, maroon with gold printing on the…Read More

  2. What’s Wrong with IRS Offer-in-Compromise

    What’s Wrong with IRS Offer-in-Compromise For most tax practitioners, OIC tax reductions have only been available for individuals, and not for businesses. About 2/3 of their Offers are rejected by IRS. Of those offers accepted, even more crumble because of failed payments. Let’s start over. Large-dollar reductions of tax liability with the IRS Offer-in-Compromise (OIC) program can actually hap…Read More

  3. Big Mistake in Handling IRS Audits!

    IRS examinations are intimidating. Mistakes are made. That's why it's important to have the knowledge of an experienced IRS tax attorney at your disposal. Typically, during an IRS examination, the auditor wants to do a full review of items on (and off) your client’s tax return. Then, when the exam is nearly complete, the IRS agent wants you to sign an agreement for an increase in tax. Or maybe …Read More