While taxes and death are said to be the only certainties in life, one thing that can be uncertain is how much tax a person may owe. The Internal Revenue Code is overwhelmingly complex, and the Internal Revenue Service’s own regulations are even more complex. All of this can lead to questions involving tax collections.
You may pay taxes and receive a notice from the IRS indicating you underpaid your taxes. You may have not paid some type of tax, not believing you were subject to that particular tax. Mistake, error or inadvertence, it is likely that the Internal Revenue Service will come looking for what they believe to be delinquent taxes.
Don’t Delay Dealing With IRS Collections Letters
If you have received a letter from the IRS, there are likely to be deadlines and time constraints. No matter the circumstance, we can help. At Gordon & Alvestad, PLLC, our attorney has decades of experience working with the tax code and dealing with the IRS on behalf of clients in Washington.
If you fail to take prompt action, the IRS will move forward with their collection powers, which can include the draconian authority to impose a tax levy that effectively can seize your or your businesses’ assets, including bank accounts.
We Can Help You With The IRS
Don’t wait. After you open that letter, contact us as soon as possible. If you owe tax, there are likely to be interest and penalties accruing. Our experienced tax lawyer handles the full range of tax controversies, including:
- Representation in IRS tax court
- Notice of intent to levy
- Notice of levy
- 30-day letters
- Statutory notices of deficiency
- Offers in compromise
Contact Us Today!
Our lawyer can help you or your business deal with any issues involving tax collections in the Tacoma area. Use our online contact form to schedule a consultation or call our Gig Harbor office at 253-666-9219.