Hiring a tax attorney is the first step. Follow-through is equally important
You’ve run into trouble with the taxman. After doing your research and finding someone to work with, you’ve decided to hire a tax resolution attorney to help you get through this challenging time. That is the smartest thing you can do. But, please, don’t stop now. Even though you do not have to deal directly with the IRS, you still have work to do. Even the best tax resolution attorney cannot help if you do not provide the appropriate paperwork on time.
Patience is a virtue the IRS requires of everyone, especially when they owe you money. However, when it comes to owing them, they do not have any patience whatsoever. If you fail to supply the appropriate information to your tax resolution attorney, you are simply wasting money and time and digging yourself into deeper trouble with the IRS. Timeliness in submitting forms and paperwork is of utmost importance. So, once you have an excellent tax resolution attorney working on your behalf, don’t leave them hanging by failing to supply the needed information.
Your attorney is going to do the heavy lifting for you. While the paperwork may seem daunting, remember once that is completed and handed off to the attorney, you can breathe a sigh of relief. So take a deep breath and dive in to complete the task. Your attorney will do many things to help you. But in this instance, you must remember the famous Nike slogan and, “Just do it!”
Tax Attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, has been practicing law since 1984 and began representing individuals and businesses in disputes with the Internal Revenue Service in 2006. With offices located in Ste. Genevieve and Columbia, Missouri, Drury has positioned himself as a leading attorney in the state for IRS tax resolution issues. He is able to evaluate the unique situation of clients and provide them with honest answers and a specific plan to best resolve their tax problems