Taxpayer Rights Power of Attorney – Representing individuals and businesses before the IRS
Tax representation by a tax lawyer
Did the IRS claim that you did not report all your income? Did they disallow some of your expenses or deductions? Have you been audited, and the bank deposits were more than what you reported in sales and revenue? The IRS would generally recompute your taxes, and add stiff penalties and interest as well. You will learn about representation by tax lawyers and more as you keep reading on.
Did you receive an IRS or state tax lien notice, letter, postcard or phone call?
If you were being represented by a power of attorney, tax lawyer, CPA or an EA enrolled agent, your representative would have been able to explain to the IRS that not every deposit is income. Many taxpayers transfer funds from credit lines to meet urgent expenses, others obtain loans to pay accounts payable. So, to sum, not every deposit should be income to be taxed on. Only tax layers, CPAs, EAs can represent you before the IRS.
Call us today at 1-877-78-TAXES [1-877-788-2937] for a brief consultation.