Most Americans live in fear of being audited by the IRS. Our federal tax laws are labyrinthian, and it’s easy to step afoul of the Internal Revenue Service on accident.
And the repercussions can devastate individuals and businesses alike.
If you’re facing the IRS, you need an experienced tax lawyer to help you. Scott Scammahorn has helped hundreds of Texans do just that.
You don’t have to face the IRS alone. Contact the law offices of Scott Scammahorn to schedule a consultation today.
If you’re facing the IRS, a tax attorney will help, but there are dramatic consequences if they fail. You want an IRS lawyer that gets results, like Scott Scammahorn:
Scott Scammahorn isn’t just an attorney that takes cases against the IRS. He holds an advanced degree and tax law and has dedicated his entire practice to helping individuals, families, and businesses fight the IRS.
An IRS audit is a long, drawn-out process where the IRS does everything in its power to make you pay the highest tax liability possible. A tax lawyer will help you fight back and lower your liability and penalties.
At the conclusion of an audit, the IRS may issue a notice of deficiency. This notice is meant to inform you of the amount of taxes you have failed to pay and is often the IRS’s first step when attempting to collect your tax liability.
Almost all tax issues are settled outside of court. Occasionally, cases will go to court and require litigation. If your tax case goes to court, you want an experienced tax attorney with plenty of time opposing the IRS in a court–an attorney like Scott Scammahorn.
If you request records from the IRS, they will occasionally flag that request and then investigate you. An IRS tax attorney can petition for records and prevent the IRS from flagging you for further investigation.
If you underpaid or otherwise owe back taxes, the IRS may issue levies and liens on your paycheck or property. In addition to lowering your liability, a tax attorney will help lift levies and liens and negotiate an alternate payment method with the IRS.
Offers in Compromise are an agreement between a taxpayer and the IRS to “settle” debt for a lower sum. A tax attorney will fight to get you an OIC that limits how much you’re required to pay the IRS.
A lot of employers and employees get behind on their income tax, and a lawyer can help you work with the IRS, avoid penalties, and negotiate a way for you to lower your tax burden–all at once.
Businesses have complicated tax filings and it's easy for an accountant to fudge a number and attract the attention of the IRS. If that happens, you and your employees are at incredible risk for an audit, levy or lien, or worse.
If the IRS is targeting your business, you can stand to lose money at best. At worst, you could face jail time.
You need a tax lawyer, versed in state and federal tax law that can help you extricate your business from trouble with the IRS. Scott Scammahorn has extensive experience with tax law and is here to help.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn how we can help you.
1099 employees, like oilfield workers, are responsible for calculating and paying their taxes each quarter. It’s really easy to miscalculate your tax. If you do this, you could get into serious trouble with the IRS.
Your debt with the IRS will accrue interest and grow, which is one reason 1099 employees have a difficult time getting caught up. The IRS can also issue levies and liens on your bank account, property, or paycheck.
If you’re a 1099 employee who has run foul of the IRS, contact Scott Scammahorn today. Schedule a consultation with an experienced tax law expert and learn how our law offices can help you.
If the IRS has you in its sights, Scott Scammahorn is here to help. He’s an experienced and specially trained tax attorney whose firm is dedicated to helping businesses and individuals defend themselves from the IRS.
Call us today and schedule a consultation with the law offices of Scott Scammahorn.
Our firm has offices in both Dallas, TX and Tyler, TX, and we serve Tyler, Longview, Dallas, Arlington, Fort Worth, Nacogdoches, Lufkin, San Antonio, Midland, Odessa, and other locations throughout the state.
We can have a consultation in person or over the phone. Contact us today.
Please provide us with more information so that we may better understand your IRS problems. Upon receipt of your information, our tax attorney will review your information to determine if we can be of assistance, whether through an offer in compromise, an installment agreement, appeal of an IRS audit examination, or a lawsuit in Tax Court. One of our staff members will then contact you to schedule a confidential consultation with the attorney to discuss your options.
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