Tax Relief Attorney – What to Bring When you Meet With us The First Time

Once you have decided to have Timothy Hart represent you in your dealings with the state tax department or the IRS, we can set up a meeting to discuss the details. In order to keep these meetings simple and productive, we’d like you to gather the following list of items to the extent they apply:

  1. All the letters, reports, or notices you’ve received from the IRS or state taxation department.
  2. All your state and federal tax returns for the year or years that have come into question.
  3. Any correspondence between you and the IRS, state tax people, your accountant or return preparer or any previous representative that you’ve had involved in your taxes so our tax relief attorney can review.
  4. Any documents that are specifically related to the tax question(s) at hand. These can include receipts, canceled checks, child custody or divorce decrees, books, records, or data from tax prep software or accounting software you used. The key here is to narrow things down to just papers that will support your position with regards to what the tax people are asking about.

The thing to remember is that just because the IRS or state tax people are asking about your return doesn’t mean you’ve done something wrong. With the right paperwork to back up your tax returns, you can, in many cases, get through the process unscathed but it is very helpful to have a New York tax relief attorney guide you through the process of obtaining tax relief.

We Can Help You No Matter Where You Live.

Our New York tax law firm offices are located in New York State but we are able to help you in any state across the country. We can work with you no matter where you live. Mr. Hart is licensed to deal with the IRS in every state in the entire country.

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