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How A Tax Attorney Can Help You?

Posted on January 22nd, 2022

Tax Lawyer Assistance

If you or a loved one needs assistance with taxes, you need to contact a tax lawyer right away. There are many different reasons someone may need to hire a tax lawyer. It could be primarily for business reasons, or it could be for assistance with individual taxes. Continue reading to see how we can help you. 


Business Taxes

It is always important to have a business tax lawyer if you have your own company. No matter if you are large or small, online or in store, or whether or not you have any employees working for you, it is crucial to have a tax lawyer on your side so that your business files everything properly and on time. Your business tax lawyer will be a crucial part of your team, as he or she can give you peace of mind that everything you need done will be taken care of and ensure that you do not have any problematic business practices. 


Individual Taxes

We can help individuals with anything that we help businesses with as well. Sometimes, people with high net worth need a high-net-worth tax lawyer. It is important to have someone on your side so that if any issues ever do arise, you can get assistance immediately. Your assets need to be protected, and having a tax lawyer on your side will ensure that they are. You never want to make a mistake in filing your taxes that later costs you much more than it should. Speak to someone at Barlow Tax Solutions today to see what preventative measures we can take and how we may help you. Whether you got a concerning letter from the IRS or are just curious about tax laws, contact our office today. 


Issues with the IRS

If you have had problems with the IRS, a CT tax lawyer will be able to help you. Whether you were audited or had another dispute come up, one of our experienced lawyers will be able to look at your situation to see what the best way of getting you out a bind will be. We can look at old documents to see what kind of back taxes you may owe and whether or not we can help get some of the problems forgiven. Dealing with the IRS can be frightening and confusing at times, so it is important to have someone on your side who understands tax laws and will have your best interest at heart. 


Responding To IRS Notice

If you have received an IRS notice, you must consider speaking with our team right away. We can help you assess the best way to respond based on the situation, and what will protect your rights as a tax paying person. An official IRS notice will always be mailed to you, as they do not communicate through email. You do have a designated period of time to respond to this notice, and if you fail to do so, penalties may apply.


What our team can do is negotiate on your behalf by using our extensive knowledge in tax law to your benefit. We know that getting any kind of mail from the IRS can be stressful, and many of us may be tempted to not open it at all. But unfortunately, when it comes to the IRS, your response will be required eventually. 


Audits and Appeals

The International Revenue Service may submit a notice of intent to audit a tax return. The intention of this audit is to verify the information you provided on a tax form, such as expenses and income. The IRS uses various factors when choosing which tax returns to audit. Most tax audits are chosen by a computer system through formula analytics. These computers run an analysis on tax returns based on the chances of being accurate. 


As soon as you receive notice of an audit, remember that this doesn’t mean there is an issue. Sometimes, it may be because you are due a refund after the audit is performed, or the IRS may choose to accept the original return you filed. If the IRS decides that it wants to obtain more information, they will send a letter that says your return has been selected for audit. There are a few different methods of audits done by the IRS:


  • Office Audit: you are required to show up to an IRS office meeting to speak with an auditor. The examiner will request certain documents be submitted.
  • Field Audit: the IRS wants to visit your place of business, personal home, or tax preparer’s office to do the audit.
  • Correspondence Audit: this audit is handled by mail, where the IRS will request you send in specific documents that support your claims on the tax return.  


Contact Barlow Tax Solutions Today

No matter what your tax needs may be, you should contact a lawyer right away to set up a consultation with one of our experienced tax lawyers. We can go over your financial situation, determine what your needs may be, then go from there. 



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