Is the IRS Contacting You? Reach Out to Tax Attorney Pat Komor Today!
Receiving a letter or visit from the IRS can be scary and stressful. At Komor Tax Law, we relieve that stress by explaining your situation using plain, non-technical terms, and developing a plan to respond to the IRS. We evaluate your situation and tailor a specific plan for you.
IRS communications can be as straightforward as letters from the IRS seeking additional information, and if that information is provided properly and timely, the issue can often be resolved quickly and without significant expense.
Sometimes, however, the IRS is planning to take action against you. In this case, it is important to understand what the IRS intends to do, what can be done to stop or delay them, and what your rights are.
In any case, it is critically important to pay attention to any deadlines provided by the IRS, because if an IRS deadline is missed, it can often have significant negative consequences. By law, some IRS deadlines may not be extended. Therefore, it is important to contact us as soon as possible once you receive a communication from the IRS.
Tax Attorney Pat Komor is On Your Side
During your free consultation, Attorney Komor will review the situation, explain what the IRS is looking for, and lay out how she would assist once hired.
There are many possible IRS communications, which all must be read carefully to determine deadlines, what the IRS wants and what your rights are in this process.
Examples of IRS communications include, but are not limited to, letters relating to the following:
- There is a discrepancy between the information reported on your income tax return and the information reported to the IRS by third parties
- The IRS is planning to audit your income tax return
- The IRS has not received your income tax return
- An IRS federal tax lien has been filed against you
- The IRS is taking steps to take your assets related to an unpaid tax bill
- A Notice and Demand for Payment
- A Notice of Federal Tax Lien
- A Notice of Intent to Levy
Komor Tax Law, LLC is Here to Help
If you receive an IRS letter or other communication from the IRS, schedule a free consultation today to learn how our experienced IRS tax attorney can help.
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