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When You Need a Tax Attorney in Georgia

Sometimes a CPA isn't enough

When Is an Accountant Not Enough?

The situations in which a tax attorney may benefit your business

What is the Timeline of an Audit in South Carolina?

What happens and when you need to respond to the DOR and IRS

Does Your Business Need to Collect Sales and Use Taxes for Other States?

An Atlanta tax attorney walks us through the ramifications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s …

When Does Taxation Need Legal Representation?

When a Massachusetts business needs a tax attorney

When to Call a Tax Attorney Instead of an Accountant

How to navigate the tax labyrinth in New York

When an Accountant Isn't Enough, Call a Tax Attorney

When things get off track with the IRS in Michigan

How to Stop or Slow IRS Penalties in a Tax Controversy

A tax attorney can help if they seek to seize assets, levy fines, or garnish wages

Planning Around State and Local Tax Issues in Utah

How a legal professional can help businesses comply and still thrive

Taxpayer Options to Make Peace with the IRS

From amended returns to audits in New York

How Partnerships Are Taxed in South Carolina

The filing considerations for business owners

What to Expect When You're Expected in Tax Court

What you need, and need to know, if you’re seeing a judge in Fresno or San Francisco

When Do You Call a Tax Attorney Versus an Accountant?

What each can do to get you square with the IRS

How to Secure Historic Restoration Tax Credits in Virginia

What you need to satisfy for local and federal development incentives

What to Do When the IRS Audits You

Don’t panic; call a Texas tax attorney

Legal Ways to Lower Your Tax Burden in Illinois

Write-offs, exemptions, deferrals, credits, transfers, and other attorney advice

Seniors Can Stop Paying Property Taxes in Texas

What happens if a 65+ homeowner doesn’t pay them? (Hint: They don’t go away.)

When You Hit the Jackpot, So Does the IRS

The tax implications when you win and lose gambling in Vegas

Working With the IRS When You Can’t Pay Your Taxes in Full

The collection process, payment options, compromises, and how an attorney can help

How to Do Your Taxes in the Gig Economy

'Keep meticulous records' and other legal tips in New York

What to Know About Trust Fund Taxes

A legal guide for Pennsylvania business owners

Looking to Capitalize on Tax Reforms?

You may want to speak with a New Jersey attorney first

Do I Need a Tax Attorney in New Jersey?

What business owners, and others, need to know about when to call a tax lawyer

Trouble With Business Taxes? An Attorney Can Help

New Jersey businesses can rely on them for the most up-to-date compliance knowledge

Will the IRS Take My House for Owing Back Taxes?

Your options for exemptions in Georgia

The Penalties for Severe Tax Crimes in Colorado

What happens when they go unpaid, evaded or are fraudulent?

Offshore Tax-Penalty Forgiveness Program Closes in 2018

What if citizens outside the U.S. haven’t filed their taxes?

Do I Need a Tax Attorney When I Have an Accountant?

What Floridians should do when they’re at odds with the IRS

The Tax Responsibilities When a Business is Sold or Closed

The legal requirements laid out by the IRS and state of Ohio

Which Divorced Parent Gets to Claim the Kids in Taxes?

The federal rules on dependent exemptions for Minnesota parents doing their tax returns

What Are the Penalties for Filing Taxes Late?

How the IRS and Washington state sort out tax debts

What’s a Form 1099-C and Why Was I Sent One?

If you settled a debt for less than you owed, you may owe taxes on it

Tax Law Problems in the Gig Economy

Receiving something other than money for services is still income to the IRS

Tax Fraud and Other Games of Chance

If you’re getting audited and haven’t paid your taxes, call a litigator immediately

Expats Still Must Pay U.S. Taxes

Sam is still yuor uncle

What Should You Do When You Get an IRS Audit Notice?

Don’t panic. Do call a professional.

What Do I Do When My Tax Return Is Audited?

Consider representation when the IRS comes calling

Estates of Confusion

Four problems with New York’s estate tax laws

What is a 529 Plan?

Tax advantages help maximize savings for college

Didn't Pay Your Taxes in DC? There is Good News

Failure to file is a crime, but the IRS offers options before it seeks penalties 

Taxing Situations for New Yorkers

What to do if you owe Uncle Sam backtaxes

Tax Liabilities for My Home-Based Business

The hidden costs (and benefits) of working for yourself

An Overview on Tax Law

Understanding taxes and when you may want to talk to a lawyer

What Happens if You Don’t Pay Your Taxes?

The IRS has three types of agents; you want to avoid the third

Massachusetts’ New Earned Income Tax Credit and Your Tax Return

Qualification considerations and what you can expect

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