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When the IRS Contacts You

If you get a letter or notice from the IRS, or if the IRS contacts you by phone, the absolute worst thing you can do is to take no action at all.  IRS letters frequently have deadlines that must be…

April 04, 2013

Pat Is a Fine Lawyer

Pat, You are a fine lawyer and I will not hesitate to refer you to clients. Thanks Again.  

February 14, 2013

Attorney Robert Rush Saves Client Over $19,000.00 in Penalties

Attorney Robert Rush today saved a client over $19,000.00 in penalties.  Our client filed a tax return late for one year and the IRS assessed several large penalties.  With interest, the penalties totaled over $19,000.00.  Using a little known program,…

February 07, 2013

Have Your Tax Problems “Snowballed”?

One of our clients, who is in his 50s, last filed a tax return in the mid 1990s.  He had been working largely for cash and had been “flying under the IRS radar” for the last 17 years.  Like most…

November 27, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thankgiving to our wonderful employees, colleagues, friends and clients.  We even include our friends at the IRS in our holiday wishes!  Happy Thanksgiving everybody!  

November 22, 2012

Thanksgiving Came Early Today

Thanksgiving came early today for one of our clients.  The IRS had assessed a $30,000.00 liability against our client and had also levied on her wages.  A levy basically takes all of your pay and leaves you with almost no…

November 21, 2012

Do you Have a Secret IRS Problem? You are not Alone.

All of us have been nervous at some point in our lives, whether its speaking in front of an audience or going to the dentist, both of which are fears of mine.  But what if you have an IRS problem…

November 14, 2012

We Saved Over $93,000.00 for our Client Today!

We received some really great news about a client’s case today!  Our client owns and operates a number of fast food stores.  Because the stores have employees, and because the employment taxes were not paid, the IRS came after our…

November 13, 2012

Can You be Responsible for Somebody Else’s Tax Liability?

If the IRS serves a levy upon you regarding a tax liability owed to the IRS by somebody else, can you also be held liable for that other person’s tax liability?  The answer may be yes.  In a recent District…

November 12, 2012

Is Money Received by a Foster Care Provider Income in the Eyes of the IRS?

Are payments from Medicaid paid to a foster care provider includible income? It depends on if you are related to the person for whom you provide care. Typically, Medicaid funds paid to a foster care provider are not treated as…

October 04, 2012

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