Massachusetts Tax Lawyer for Your IRS Compliance Issues!
Have you received a notice that you are being audited by the Internal Revenue Service?
This year, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) will audit millions of tax returns, ranging from income, employment, excise, use, estate and gift taxes. Will yours be one of them? No one can know for sure whether they will be audited, but one thing is certain – despite the best efforts of the IRS to improve taxpayer service, the audit process is inherently time-consuming and unpleasant. Depending upon their findings, the IRS may assess additional taxes, interest and penalties. In cases of suspected fraud or non-cooperation on the part of the taxpayer, an audit may even lead to criminal prosecution. In addition to their walk-in site at 15 New Sudbury Street, the IRS maintains three other offices open to taxpayers within a thirty mile radius of downtown Boston – in Brockton, Quincy and Stoneham.
When the Internal Revenue Service Comes Looking For You, It’s Time to Come Looking for Us – Thorn Law Group
Many taxpayers approach the IRS audit process with fear and dread. But with Thorn Law Group at your side, you will have an experienced advocate working to defend your rights and protect your interests. As seasoned tax professionals, we understand the operations of the IRS and can help you navigate through audits, collections and appeals to obtain a resolution of your tax problem as favorably and efficiently as possible.
What is a Private Letter Ruling, and Why Would I ask for One?
If you have a question regarding how the Internal Revenue Service would view a specific tax situation, contact Thorn Law Group. We can help you seek a Private Letter Ruling or Technical Advice Memorandum from the IRS. These documents provide guidance to you as a taxpayer regarding the applicability of the Internal Revenue Code to your circumstances, enabling you to better comply with your legal obligations and reducing the likelihood of troubles down the road.
To schedule a consultation, or to learn more about how the Thorn Law Group can help you with your tax and legal issues, contact Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 692-2989.