IRS Tax Attorney Serving Sacramento And Northern California. Working directly with state and federal tax authorities to find real solutions to real tax problems
My name is attorney Brian Coggins. I am a former tax accountant currently practicing as a tax attorney in California. In 2005 I graduated from law school with honors and began focusing my professional career on state and federal tax law.
I opened Coggins Law Office because I was tired of watching people take their tax problems to non-law firm tax resolution companies and pay a lot of money, only to end up with a temporary solution that merely pushes the problem down the road another year.
By using my knowledge and experience in the area of legal tax solutions and working with the state or federal tax authorities, I can offer real solutions that will put an end to the problem once and for all.
Until I fully understand the depth and breadth of your tax problem, I can’t offer you a workable solution. That is why I offer a free consultation and case evaluation. I start by listening. I want to know about your financial situation so I can answer your questions and suggest workable options. Listening seems like a logical place to begin a successful relationship, but it is surprising how many tax resolution companies would rather sell canned, one-size-fits-all strategies. They may work for some people, but they often fail to deliver a real solution.
REAL STRATEGIES TO RESOLVE TAX PROBLEMS
Bring the letter to my office. We will read it together, and I will explain the terminology and what the government is expecting from you. I know how intimidating the state and IRS tax authorities can be.
At Coggins Law Office you will find high-quality legal services and personable, friendly client service. Most important, you will have a dedicated, experienced tax lawyer fighting on your side.
If you have received a notification from the state of California, Franchise Tax Board, Board of Equalization, Employment Development Department or Internal Revenue Service, don’t wait to find out what the government will do next. It is important to respond quickly, but not before you know what your options are.