Protecting our clients’ rights in all types of IRS and NYS Tax Controversies
Having resolved numerous tax matters, we understand the financial and personal challenges that you are facing. Our priority is to take immediate action to prevent all adverse collection activity against you, your spouse or your business. We will actively work with you to attain the best resolution to completely resolve your tax issue.
Our firm vigorously represents clients with a wide range of IRS and NYS tax issues, such as:
- Liens, Levies and Property Seizures
- Wage Garnishments
- Tax Warrants
- Driver’s License Suspensions
- Innocent Spouse Applications
- Individual and Business Audits
- Sales Tax Audits and Appeals
- Offers in Compromise
- Installment Agreements
- Penalty Abatement
- Compliance for Non-Filers
- Residency Audits
- US Tax Court Representation
- Foreign Reporting
- Revocation or Denial of Passport
If you received an IRS or NYS tax notice, or suspect you are the target of a tax enforcement matter, it is crucial to receive immediate assistance. The taxing authorities adhere to strict guidelines, which will further complicate your issue if not complied with. Prompt action is necessary to prevent a seemingly simple tax matter from escalating into a criminal tax case.
For a no cost evaluation, please call (516) 516-394-0104, or fill out our form inquiry.
Client’s New York State Sales Tax Debt Reduced from Over $170,000 to $5,000
The Tax Controversy / Audit Department secured an outstanding result for a client confronted with a New York State sales tax debt of over $170,000.00 and in danger of losing his driver’s license and U.S Passport. After vigorous negotiations, the client was granted an Offer in Compromise that reduced his sales tax liability to $5,000.
Client’s IRS Tax Liability Reduced from Over $68,000 to $5,000
The Tax Controversy / Audit Department obtained an outstanding result for our client faced with a federal tax debt of over $68,000 and in danger of losing the substantial equity in his home. Because of that equity, the Offer in Compromise unit rejected the initial request. But after vigorously advocating for a fresh start, we won on the Internal Revenue Service appellate level: The appeal was granted and the client’s IRS liability was reduced to $5,000. The house and the equity were rescued.
Please note that prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.