Questions For Potential Clients
- Do you owe at least $10,000 to the IRS in back taxes?
Have you received a notice from the IRS indicating that you owe more than $10,000? Have you received a letter from the IRS indicating that they intend to assess additional tax, penalty or interest exceeding $10,000? Have you recently filed a return with an amount due greater than $10,000? If so, you should contact our office at 314-260-6120 for a consultation to determine if what you owe is correct and what options you may have when it comes to negotiating with the IRS.
- Do you have unfiled tax returns?
Has it been years since you’ve filed a tax return? Has the IRS sent you a letter prompting you to file for one year or many? Do you have returns you haven’t filed because you can’t afford to pay the tax? Do you have returns you haven’t prepared because you know you’ll owe and you don’t know where to start? If so, you should give us a call at 314- 238-7360 to schedule a consultation to determine how best to file, how far to go back and strategies for preassessed liabilities with the IRS.
- Are your wages being garnished?
Has the IRS taken money out of your bank account? Have you been notified by your employer that they’ll be withholding money for the IRS? Have you received a letter from the IRS indicating that they intend to “levy” or take money from your employer or financial institution? Are you in the throes of losing money due to IRS enforcement actions? If so, these situations warrant a consultation with our office. Give us a call at 314-260-6120 to determine how to stop any levies or garnishments, including your appeal rights.
- Are you being audited?
Have you been contacted by a tax examiner, revenue agent or revenue officer? Have you received any correspondence from the IRS regarding an increase in tax? Are you in the process of working with an IRS employee, but don’t feel like they’re taking everything into consideration? If so, get in touch with us at 314-260-6120 to determine your rights and to explore alternatives, especially if you don’t agree with a decision from the IRS.
- Are you receiving threatening collections letters from the IRS?
Have you been inundated with notices from the IRS? Amounts due, proposed tax increases or proposed penalties? Do these letters feel like one long, run-on sentence with the same threatening rhetoric? Would you like additional information behind the letter or notice? If so, you should contact our office at 314-260-6120 to ascertain what these notices mean, their potential impact on your livelihood and how best to respond.