Arizona Tax Collections Attorney
Owing money to the I.R.S. creates a stressful situation for businesses and individuals. The experienced tax attorneys at DWK Tax Law can help resolve these types of issues.
There are usually some good reasons why an individual or a business finds themselves in these types of situations. Taxpayers generally owe the I.R.S. because of unfiled tax returns, inability to pay the taxes due when the return was filed, or a liability resulting from an audit.
The I.R.S. sends numerous letters notifying a taxpayer of their debt. The letters and contacts become increasingly more threatening. Often, people ignore the letters until the I.R.S. files a federal tax lien against the taxpayer or a levy on an asset.
In collection cases, we review your current financial situation, your tax debts and discuss various options to ease your burden. I charge by the hour. The more prepared you are for our initial meeting, the more we can accomplish during this meeting. The questionnaire on my website contains much of the information I need to evaluate your case. By the end of our first meeting, we typically have a plan to handle your I.R.S. debt.
In order to make the first meeting as productive as possible, please try to gather the following documents:
- Most recent three months’ bank statements
- Most recent three months’ investment accounts
- List of assets
- Most recent statement for any assets
- List of loans, including mortgages and auto loans
- Most recent statement for any loans
- Profit & Loss statement covering 6-12 months (if applicable)
- Most recent state/local tax liability correspondence
- Most recent I.R.S. correspondence
- Most recent tax returns
Ignoring your tax debt will just make it more difficult to deal with in the long run. Our attorneys can take an in-depth look at your situation and help you develop a plan that is both manageable and effective. If you are facing any type of issues with the IRS or have received notification from them, contact us. Let us help you make it right.