State Tax Issues
Experienced Massachusetts Tax Lawyer – State Tax Issues
Although the IRS tends to be the tax enforcement agency that grabs the headlines, taxpayers often find that troubles arise closer to home as well. In fact, state taxing authorities can be just as aggressive as the IRS in pursuing outstanding tax liabilities.
Critical Condition for State Budgets
Once hailed as the “Massachusetts Miracle,” the Bay State has undergone severe fiscal pressure in recent years. Joblessness has deprived state coffers of needed revenue, just when the need for public assistance has increased. Compounding this predicament is the fact that a robust public sector workforce has brought with it substantial pension and medical obligations. In light of these financial stressors, we fully expect that vigorous tax enforcement will remain top priority of state officials, now and for years to come.
Thorn Law Group – Massachusetts Legal Representation for Your State Tax Controversy!
When the Massachusetts Department of Revenue is inquiring about your tax obligations, you need sound advice and effective advocacy. Taxes, interest and penalties can all cut into your household budget and reduce your quality of life. Liens can prevent you from selling your property, accessing your savings, and running your business.
This is where Thorn Law Group comes in. Our attorneys can help you prepare your defense before the Department of Revenue. We combine our expertise in tax practice with attentive client service in order to present your case to the taxing authorities in the most favorable light possible. As your advocate, we will apply our thorough understanding of the tax laws to your situation and argue for a reduction of the taxes, interest and penalties being assessed against you.
Tax problems don’t just go away on their own. Don’t delay in seeking experienced legal counsel. 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 email@example.com or (617) 692-2989.