Articles Posted in Tax Controversy

I want to discuss the difference between a CPA and an EA. Most people refer to any accountant, tax preparer, bookkeeper, etc as a CPA. However there are differences between a CPA, an EA and a tax attorney. All 3 are regulated by the IRS’ circular 230.

The distinction between the two designations is very important, since my specialty is federal taxation and tax accounting. I have chosen to earn the Enrolled Agent license from the US Department of the Treasury because it does not limit the geographic area in which I may practice. In other words, I can work with clients in any of the 50 United States (or its territories), unlike a CPA (certified public accountant), or a tax attorney, who has a license that is state specific.

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When taxpayers are faced with tax problems such as unpaid back taxes or IRS audits, they usually seek the help of a tax attorney. Taxpayers have the right to be represented by a licensed and IRS approved representative, known as POA or power of attorney. Representation fees vary widely by various firms.

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Many times we come across news that a certain Company has filed for bankruptcy or has shut down or has downsized its staff. One of the most probable reasons is the failure to pay or settle unpaid payroll taxes known as employment taxes or 941 taxes. The very words ‘payroll taxes’ have made many organizations grovel on their knees.

Have you received a Summons form 6637 from an IRS RO Revenue Officer? Do not delay your matter anymore, you have the right to be represented by a power of attorney, do not speak to the RO, kindly request their business card and inform them that a representative will contact them shortly.

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Offer in Compromise

Often we feel a strange sense of desperation creeping in to our body, mind and soul that turns into a full scale panic attack. The reason…tax debts. It is not an uncommon fact; you are one of the millions of people each year who find that they owe taxes to the IRS. Tax professionals when asked for advice suggest “Offer-in-Compromise” as one of the ways to get relief from the taxes that one owes to the IRS.

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TAX AUDIT – DO IT SMOOTH

It is not uncommon for the IRS to conduct a tax audit on a company any uncalled day. The very news that the IRS would be paying a visit can cause undue, unnecessary stress for any individual/ organization. While a tax audit is just routine procedure conducted by the IRS, it has however gained a notorious reputation of being an extremely nerve wracking process for the taxpayer. To make the tax audit process an easy journey, the IRS is and has always made best of its attempt.

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A Vermont insurance company received payments from an Oklahoma taxpayer for intellectual property consisting of trademarks and operating practices did not create sufficient nexus to subject it to the Oregon corporation excise (income) tax, the Oklahoma Supreme Court has held. The insurance company was established under the laws of Vermont by an international restaurant corporation, to insure various risks of the corporation and its affiliates.

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