Why do you need early proactive legal counsel when tax issues strike?? What do you need to know about communications with the IRS and California?s tax agencies?
The idea that every person in the United States will accurately file their taxes by the April 15 due date is a fantasy. No one is perfect, and no matter what laws, rules or other provisions are put in place to help people get their taxes done accurately and on time, there will still be extraordinary circumstances that cause people to miss deadlines or make mistakes.
Taxes are complicated, and life is even more complicated. So when it comes to filing your taxes and getting everything as close to complete and accurate as possible (if not completely accurately), there are bound to be situations where you aren’t quite up to the task. You may not even know that you made a mistake on your tax filing.
When these mistakes are made, it can be especially heartbreaking. The taxpayer is likely a hardworking and honest person who simply had no idea that they violated a small rule or a confusing provisions set forth by the Internal Revenue Service. Now they have to dedicate added time and additional resources to this tax situation when their lives are already complex and busy enough as is.
The IRS is quite unforgiving and an IRS audit has one purpose: to separate you from your money.
For those who are experiencing some tax issues, don’t bury your head in the sand. Don’t let the issue linger on. Don’t procrastinate. You need early proactive legal counsel when tax issues strike to prevent the consequences and penalties related to your tax issue from getting worse. Consult with an experienced tax attorney to help you through this process and contact Allen Barron or call 866-631-3470 for a free consultation today.