Every year, thousands and thousands of Americans receive a letter from the IRS asking for additional information on a recently submitted tax return or, even worse, scheduling a dreaded audit. The request for additional information can be unnerving; the scheduling of an in-person audit can be downright terrifying.
The fact is it can be incredibly stressful for anyone who needs to deal directly with the IRS. Although they are no longer as fearsome as they once were, a face-to-face meeting with an IRS auditor can be very difficult for someone who is having the meeting for the very first time.
It’s easy to make mistakes … to provide responses or information that end up costing you more money in taxes, interest and penalties. That’s why it’s important to seek professional help for your encounter with the IRS … the kind of help provided by Davidoff & Associates.
We’ll represent you before the IRS for all types of issues – from responding to requests for additional information to advising you on how to properly prepare for an audit … and we’ll actually represent you at the audit.
And if you don’t have enough funds to immediately settle your tax liability, we’ll negotiate an Installment Agreement for you that makes sense and is affordable. Or, we’ll work with the IRS to forge an Offer in Compromise that will substantially reduce your tax debt.
Whatever your need, we have the expertise and the experience to help. However, there may be certain complex cases that require the help of a skilled Tax Attorney. While we can’t provide that service directly to you, we can refer you to one of our partners, an extremely capable and knowledgeable Tax Attorney who has been representing clients in IRS disputes for more than 30 years.
If the IRS has contacted you, take the only step that makes sense. Call Davidoff & Associates for sound advice and professional assistance. We really can help you.
This is how we can help you:
- IRS notices
- IRS audit
- IRS levies and liens
- Currently Not Collectible
- Offer In Compromise
- FBAR and FATCA compliance
- IRS installment agreement
- Wage garnishment
- Payroll tax problems
- IRS criminal investigation
- Collection due process