Whether you’re a private citizen or a business owner, if you run afoul of the IRS you could face severe consequences, including levies, liens, and penalties. The IRS is a huge agency with the power of the federal government backing them. If they’ve contacted you, you should definitely contact a tax attorney to discuss your options.
Scott Scammahorn has been practicing tax law for over two decades, and he’s uniquely qualified to help defend you from the IRS. Don’t face the IRS alone. Contact the law offices of Scott Scammahorn today to schedule a consultation.
An audit is a long, involved process that most business owners--not to mention W2 and 1099 earners--don’t have the skills to manage. An IRS lawyer will be able to help during an audit, providing you a defense against the IRS while protecting your assets.
Occasionally, the IRS will flag records when people request them. After flagging these records, they’ll review them and then choose to investigate. An IRS attorney will be able to help you get your records without the IRS flagging them for further review.
If the IRS determines that you haven’t paid your tax liability, they may issue levies and liens on your property. Levies and liens could result in losing your property or its value if sold, and a tax lawyer will be able to protect you, your property, and your profits.
When the IRS determines that they’re owed money, a lot of individuals seek an Offer In Compromise, often allowing them to pay less than they owe. A tax attorney will be able to work with the IRS and increase your chances of getting you an Offer Of Compromise.
A lot of businesses and employees have unfiled returns, and if the IRS has contacted you, it can be difficult to file them and remain in the good graces of the IRS. A tax attorney will be able to help you stay on the right side of the law while preparing to file your returns.
If the IRS has initiated contact with you, no matter what that is, it’s to your benefit to contact a tax attorney. Scott Scammahorn has extensive experience and will be able to advise you about your situation. Contact the law offices of Scott Scammahorn today to schedule a consultation.
The city of Longview is located in East Texas, at the point where Interstate 20, Highway 80, and Highway 259 converge. It is surrounded by the smaller cities of Gladewater, Kilgore, Ore City, and Gilmer. Nicknamed the Balloon Capital of Texas, Longview is blessed with a climate that is characterized by mild winters and hot summers.
This city has a land area of 54.7 square miles with an estimated population of 81,443, of which 51.1% were females. The median resident age is 34.2 years old, slightly older than the Texas median resident age. There are around 28,363 households of which 49% are composed of married couples living together. The median household income is $33,858 and the median family income is $42,378. 10.4% of the residents of Longview were born outside of the United States.
Longview has a growing economy and is a major business hub in East Texas. Forbes Magazine recently ranked Longview as the 6th fastest growing small city in the United States. Major industries that generate income and jobs in the city are the technology, services, oil, and manufacturing sectors. Other industries such as metal and metal products, educational services, chemicals, mining and quarrying, and the construction sectors also contribute to its robust growth.
The unemployment rate in Longview is 4.8%, lower than the state’s unemployment rate of 5.5%.
The people of Longview hold various occupations such as production, metal and plastic workers, electrical equipment mechanics, installation, maintenance and repair jobs, drivers/sales workers, truck drivers, building and grounds cleaning and maintenance jobs.
Businesses in Longview, as anywhere else in the country, are required to timely file correct income tax returns. Accuracy in reporting income earned is absolutely important if you want to shield your company from the pain of IRS tax audits and IRS federal tax litigation.
Corporations and responsible officers in East Texas who have been found guilty of filing false income tax returns have been punished severely for their offenses. Penalties for filing false income tax returns and for aiding in the preparation of false tax returns can include prison time, restitution of the value of back taxes owed to the government, civil penalties and interest, and a steep fine.
If you or your business has received an IRS notice regarding your tax returns, you may be entitled to certain taxpayer remedies appropriate in your situation. Consult an IRS tax attorney who can assess your situation and represent you before the IRS.
In Longview, Texas, the law firm of Scott Scammahorn has almost 2 decades of tax litigation experience, helping clients resolve various types of IRS problems such as IRS tax liens and levies, and seeking remedies such as Offers in Compromise, payment plans, and innocent spouse relief.
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.
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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