Do you have clients that have IRS Problems?
Do you represent clients before the IRS? If you do, please excuse this intrusion.
My firm specializes in dealing with taxpayers that are in trouble with the IRS. Many of our clients come to us experiencing enormous stress and extreme financial pain that the IRS imposes on them and their businesses. A lot of our clients come from attorneys such as you.
Many of the professionals that refer us IRS Problem clients have their own concerns about the severity of IRS collection tactics. I am always available to answer referring attorneys’ questions at no charge.
If you are interested in knowing more about how I can help your clients or interested in joining my partner referral network, click here to schedule a free partner consultation today.
I want you to know that all of your referral clients would receive a FREE consultation. In which we discuss their various options and optimal solutions we can provide to resolve the problem. They are under no obligation to retain us.
I would be happy to meet with you, at your convenience, to see how I can assist you and your client. If you have clients that require expeditious relief from the IRS please have them call my office to schedule a FREE consultation.
Recent Success Stories
- An attorney referred a landscaper located in St. Charles County. He had fallen behind in his payroll taxes and income taxes and owed the IRS over $85,000. We negotiated and settled the debt for $11,450.
- A loan officer, behind in his personal income taxes owed $104,133 representing 5 years of unpaid taxes. We successfully negotiated a settlement of $6,617.
- An attorney referred his client who had not paid his taxes for 8 years and owed over $600,000. Asset seizure was imminent and the IRS was hinting at possible criminal prosecution. We negotiated a payment plan calling for payments of $1,090 per month, without the fear of aggressive, enforced collection activity.
Practicing Attorneys: Before you leave, download our free report “How The IRS Audits Attorneys“.
Examining an attorney’s return is not unlike the examination of any other business. However, examiners may need to address different issues depending on an attorney’s area(s) of expertise. Get the facts about how the IRS handles attorney audits in this free 52 page PDF.