6 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Tax Attorney:
Do you need to hire a Tax Attorney? If you have a tax related problem that is beyond your ability to handle, you may need to consult with a Tax Attorney. Tax issues can be highly complex and technical. Before hiring a Tax Attorney, you should ask the following questions to make sure you get the professional help that you need for your tax issues:
What does the Tax Attorney specialize in?
Tax Attorneys should have advanced training in tax law. Some tax attorneys have backgrounds in accounting as well. Professional Tax Resolution offers an in-house tax attorney and a CPA for complicated accounting and legal matters.
Can the Attorney Help you with Your Tax Case?
At Professional Tax Resolution we can handle tax problems all of sizes. We are committed to providing quality legal assistance and representation no matter how small or large the tax case. Whether you have not filed your tax returns, owe back taxes or if you are under criminal investigation it is never too late to get legal advice. We have over 15 years of experience with the IRS.
What are the rate and fee structures?
Professional Tax Resolution offers a free consultation and assessment of your tax situation, and payment terms are set up accordingly.
How much experience do you have in working with the IRS?
Here at Professional Tax Resolution we have over fifteen years of dealing with the IRS.
Are you a member of a professional organization?
Because tax laws are constantly changing, you want a tax attorney and/or tax settlement professional who is a member of an organization that provides continuing professional education of high quality to ensure the attorney is aware of the latest tax legislation and updates. The attorney may also be held to a special Code of Ethics within the relevant organization. Professional Tax Resolution has staff membership in The State Bar of California, California Society of CPAs, the California Board of Accountancy, and the American Academy of Tax Practice.
Is the Attorney admitted to the state bar?
Tax Attorneys must have a Juris Doctor (J.D) Degree and must be admitted to the State Bar. These are the minimum requirements for practicing law.
Professional Tax Resolution is committed to providing quality legal assistance and representation no matter how small or large the tax case. Whether you have late tax returns, owe back taxes, or even if you are under criminal investigation, it is never too late to seek quality legal advice. We have over 15 years of experience with the IRS.
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