Tax Attorney and CPA – Resolving IRS Tax Issues in Kendall
If the IRS has contacted you regarding potential tax debt, a tax audit, or other serious issue, you should seek advice from a tax attorney or CPA before you take any further action. An IRS investigation may lead to large civil penalties or criminal fraud charges; and if you have tax debt, they can freeze your personal and business assets, levy your bank accounts, and garnish you or your spouse’s wages.
Initial 1 Hour Consultation – Call Now!
At Acosta Tax & Advisory PA, a CPA firm, we provide an initial consultation at our Kendall office by our team of professionals, which includes an in-house Tax Attorney, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and a former IRS Collection Agent who knows the ins and outs of the IRS. We can review your case and any potential issues, identify how we can resolve your issues (lower liability and risk), and represent you before the IRS to resolve your issues. Call our Kendall tax lawyer and CPA at 305-400-9506 to discuss any questions and concerns you might have or to schedule a consultation.
Services our Kendall IRS Tax Attorney and CPA can provide:
- IRS Audits or Examinations
- Offer in Compromise
- IRS Collection Issues
- IRS Liens and Levies
- Florida Department of Revenue Audits
- Removal of Penalties
- Payroll Tax Problems
- Wage Garnishments
- Delinquent Tax Returns
- Sales Tax Audits
Step 1: The Investigation
Communicate with IRS
Review Case Summary Options
Step 2: The Resolution
Establish IRS Compliance
Achieve Best Resolution
Tax Debt Resolution:
If you owe money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) you should be aware that the IRS can generally seize your assets and levy your wages without even taking you to court. You can lose your car, your business, your bank accounts, and even your pension, as the IRS generally takes priority over all other debts. Further, the IRS can record a notice of tax lien, ruining your credit for years. Our tax attorney can negotiate your debt with the IRS to prevent this, and in some circumstances we can get the IRS to forgive some of your debt and release a levy on your account.
If you are under a tax audit or examination, you need to proceed very carefully. You don’t want your case referred to the IRS Criminal Investigation Division, but you also don’t want them to assess additional taxes under your account. You need to be careful with your answers, as lying to the IRS is a crime, and answering a question you don’t have to can give the IRS reason to open up additional tax years for examination. Further, you don’t want to ignore the IRS, as they will make sure to access the highest amount of taxes possible and charge you with penalties and interest. With a Power of Attorney we will be able to represent you throughout the whole process.