When you owe back taxes or have another difficult tax problem, take the first step toward resolving it by working with an experienced tax attorney. At Timothy S. Hart Law Group, our respected tax attorney has a successful record of providing effective solutions in both IRS and New York tax department matters. He can help you when you are faced with:
Tim Hart has a four-step plan for resolving tax problems. He will work personally with you through each step in the process. Read on to learn about each step in detail.
To help resolve your problem, we need to understand your tax history and financial situation. Once we have learned all the facts about your tax and financial circumstances, we will be prepared to represent you.
At our initial meeting, we will advise you about possible solutions for your case and the fees for our services. We do not charge for this initial consultation. If you decide to engage our firm, we will prepare a written agreement describing the terms of the engagement, including what we will do for you, and the cost.
Once you sign the retainer agreement, we will prepare a power of attorney form (IRS Form 2848) that enables us to speak to the IRS or New York State tax department on your behalf. This power of attorney is limited to only representing you before the IRS or state tax authorities and is revocable at any time.
We want to make sure we know all the information tax authorities have related to your account so there are no surprises or misunderstandings about your tax issue. Often, the tax data we obtain from the IRS or NYS tax department will assist us in determining the best strategy to take to resolve your tax problem.
By obtaining accurate financial documents from you, it allows us to see what we can do to improve your situation and reduce your tax liabilities. We also need this information to prepare your tax returns. The types of financial information that we will request from you include wage statements, bank statements, mortgage statements, brokerage statements, Form 1099, etc…
When providing this information, it is important to remember that tax authorities have the right to question any number on your tax return. We will provide informed guidance to you on what is allowable under the law and what is not.
After we thoroughly review and discuss your current financial situation with you, we will assist you in deciding on a solution that best suits you. There are a variety of solutions, including an offer in compromise, tax installment agreement, or a variation of the two methods. We will discuss each solution with you and advise you so you can make an informed decision.
Our skill at negotiating with the IRS and the NYS tax department will allow you to pay off your debt in a reasonable and timely manner.
When you are facing a serious income or payroll tax dispute, or trying to reduce the amount of taxes you owe, it is very important to consult with a New York & NYC tax attorney you can trust and who has the experience and energy to help you.
Tax attorney Timothy S. Hart has helped countless people solve their tax problems. Tim believes that taxpayers who owe past-due taxes and cannot pay the IRS or state tax authorities in full are entitled to a fresh start. Owing taxes does not mean the loss of the right to be treated with dignity and respect. We will help you with the proven, legal ways to minimize your taxes or settlement. We will not recommend anything that is illegal or assist you with anything that we know is illegal.
We also assist taxpayers who have recently paid penalties and interest to the IRS or NYS to qualify for penalty abatement or refund of those penalties and interest in whole or in part.
Tim is licensed to represent taxpayers before the IRS in all 50 states and before New York state tax authorities. His goal is to provide you with the highest quality service and best possible solution to your tax problems. No matter what the final resolution with the IRS or state may be, we want you to be fully satisfied with our law firm’s services.
Timothy S. Hart Law Group has an A+ Better Business Bureau rating.