If you are seeking IRS Help because you are facing tax problems, then you are at the right place.  We are a tax representation firm and can assist you with things like 941 payroll tax, unfiled tax returns, back taxes, audits and even help you avoid or release tax levies and liens.

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Taxpayer Rights Power of Attorney – Representing individuals and businesses before the IRS

For those living in the greater Miami area, finding the right tax attorney can make all the difference for individuals as well as business owners. The qualified Miami tax lawyer can handle cases that range from the proper filling out of forms to IRS representation in audits and collection matters. In addition, the Miami tax attorney offers the following services;

  • Back Tax Help
  • Innocent Spouse Tax Relief
  • IRS Help
  • IRS Tax Audit Representation
  • Tax Debt Settlement
  • Tax Negotiations & Resolution
  • Payroll Tax Problem Help
  • Penalty Abatement
  • 941 Payroll Tax Problem Help & More

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Taxpayer Rights Power of Attorney – Representing individuals and businesses before the IRS

Attorneys are defined by the selected fields in which they specialize. Few are as in demand as the tax attorney San Diego residents can trust for their knowledge, expertise, and service.

What is a Tax Attorney?

When you are facing a tax issue that is not easily resolved on your own, this is where a tax lawyer can help. The tax attorney is knowledgeable about tax laws, income, property, along with federal and gift tax laws. There are a number of services that this type of attorney can perform for your business;

  • Keep tax information and pertinent records
  • Work with federal, state, and local governments
  • Apply principles of finance and accounting
  • Asses complicated tax matters and research relevant laws
  • Keep track of the latest federal and state tax laws

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Owe unpaid back taxes, penalties and interest? Wondering what type of help is available?

If you cannot pay your entire tax debt, then a negotiated tax settlement, OIC – offer in compromise would be a great option for you. This allows you to resolve your tax matter and pay less than the entire amount owed. OIC gives you a fresh start, it’s a viable alternative when you are unable to pay your complete tax liability because of your financial hardship.

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The IRS just published this important piece to caution taxpayers on how to select the right professional for IRS help.

Do not fall for scams, a lot of advertisers on the radio, TV and the internet make tax settlement claims that are not correct or accurate. Be cautious and hire a licensed IRS professional, Enrolled Agent.

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Dear Client:

As the end of the year approaches, it is a good time to think of planning moves that will help lower your tax bill for this year and possibly the next. Factors that compound the challenge include turbulence in the stock market, overall economic uncertainty, and Congress’s failure to act on a number of important tax breaks that expired at the end of 2014. Some of these tax breaks ultimately may be retroactively reinstated and extended, as they were last year, but Congress may not decide the fate of these tax breaks until the very end of 2015 (or later). These breaks include, for individuals: the option to deduct state and local sales and use taxes instead of state and local income taxes; the above-the-line-deduction for qualified higher education expenses; tax-free IRA distributions for charitable purposes by those age 70- 1/2 or older; and the exclusion for up-to-$2 million of mortgage debt forgiveness on a principal residence. For businesses, tax breaks that expired at the end of last year and may be retroactively reinstated and extended include: 50% bonus first-year depreciation for most new machinery, equipment and software; the $500,000 annual expensing limitation; the research tax credit; and the 15-year writeoff for qualified leasehold improvements, qualified restaurant buildings and improvements, and qualified retail improvements.

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Taxpayer Rights Power of Attorney – Representing individuals and businesses before the IRS

For individuals looking for proper representation or businesses trying to properly structure their business startups, the tax attorney is the answer. The tax attorney New York residents and business owners trust works to resolve the many different issues that come with federal, state, and local taxes. From IRS help, employment tax problem resolution, 941 payroll tax problem help, penalty abatement, and more, the tax lawyer provides the proper professional tax representation needed to solve tax problems.

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Taxpayer Rights Power of Attorney – Representing individuals and businesses before the IRS

For those who are facing an IRS audit, unfiled tax returns, employment tax problem resolution, tax debt settlement, and more, you will need the proper representation in order to have your issues handled properly. This is where the tax attorney San Francisco residents and business owners turn to deal with their tax issues.

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WHY KEEPING CURRENT ON PAYROLL TAXES SHOULD BE A TOP BUSINESS PRIORITY

BY STEVEN V. MELNIK

STEVEN V. MELNIK, J.D., LL.M. (Tax), CPA, is an associate professor of tax law and the academic director of the graduate and undergraduate tax areas at Baruch College, CUNY in New York City. He is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey, and has more than 15 years experience helping individuals and businesses with tax, asset protection, and estate planning matters. This article is an adapted version of a chapter from his best-selling book, Tax Relief and Resolution: The Ultimate Guide to Paying Less to the IRS Starting Now (Flamenco Press, 2014).

A business is responsible for ensuring that taxes withheld from its W-2 employees’ payroll checks are paid. As an employer, a business is also liable for Social Security and Medicare payments and taxes and its employees’ contribution to these taxes. Staying current with payroll taxes should be a top priority for all businesses.

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Dear Client,

On July 31, 2015, President Obama signed into law P.L. 114-41, the “Surface Transportation and Veterans Health Care Choice Improvement Act of 2015.” Although this new law was primarily designed as a 3-month stopgap extension of the Highway Trust Fund and related measures, it includes a number of important tax provisions, including revised due dates for partnership and C corporation returns and revised extended due dates for some returns. This letter provides an overview of these provisions, which may have an impact on you, your family, or your business.

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