California and IRS Audit Notice Attorney Serving Clients Throughout Northern California
Many of these notices, however, will require a response from the taxpayer. Responses can range from simply submitting a check for the additional money the notice says you owe, due to a mistake on your tax return. Others may be more serious, demanding additional information regarding a potential investigation for tax fraud. Some notifications require a response in order to schedule a time to meet at the local tax office for an audit.
Worrying About Your State Or IRS Audit Notice Won’t Help — I Can
I know the law, I know your rights, and I know how to effectively deal with the IRS. I can help you.
Waiting Won’t Make Your IRS Tax Issues Go Away. Contact Me Today.
If your letter is notifying you of an in-person audit, it will be important to have an experienced, knowledgeable tax lawyer attend to represent you. It is never a good idea to go into an audit without a strategy.
I am an experienced tax attorney who will review your notice and provide you the proper strategy for your audit. From my office in Roseville, I represent clients in state and federal tax law resolution and collections matters throughout Northern California. Call 916-270-2895 or contact my office by email to arrange a free initial consultation and evaluation of your tax problem.
Every Notice Comes With A Determined Amount Of Solutions And Options
If you receive a tax notice from the state of California or IRS, don’t set it aside and wait to see what will happen next. What will happen next is that you will receive a second notice, then a third and fourth. Your final notices will come by registered mail, proving you received the letter. With each notice, your options for working out a solution will diminish more.
If you reside or operate a business in Northern California and have received a tax notice that requires a response, call my office immediately. With your first response, I will begin working toward a collection solution that often serves as a “good faith” gesture toward tax solution.