IRS Audit Notice Lawyer in Roseville, CA

There are literally hundreds of different types of notices the state of California; Franchise Tax Board, Board of Equalization, Employment Development Department or Internal Revenue Service sends out to individual taxpayers and businesses. Many are simply informational and require no action, other than to wait until the IRS takes the next step. These types of notices can include good news such as a notification of a tax return mistake in your favor and a further refund check will be issued.
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 am attorney Brian Coggins. For more than 15 years I have been providing tax services to individuals and businesses in Roseville, California, and throughout the Sacramento area.

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 Roseville, CA 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.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.