RECENT BLOG POSTS
In this week's Tax Rep Network's podcast I discuss how to get rid of a federal tax lien.Check out the Podcast Here:When it comes to federal tax liens, the IRS takes a very hard line.  The IRS will not remove a tax lien just because it is causing issues for the taxpayer, including credit score or ...
09/25/2017
In this week's Tax Rep Network's podcast I discuss why the IRS examiner is going to obtain the electronic back-up of the Quickbooks file and what practitioners can do about it.Check out the Podcast Here:IRS examiners will insist on obtaining the electronic back-up so they can review the Quickbook...
09/10/2017
GIven that the focus of my practice is civil and criminal tax repressentation, tax liens are something we deal with frequently.  The refrain "I would love to sell my house but there is a tax lien" is one we hear so much it makes me nuts.The reality is this: you can absolutely sell the house.  The...
09/04/2017
In this week's Tax Rep Podcast i deal with an issue that seesm to be coming up more and more: dealing with the auditor that either doesnt want to do his or her job, or worse, has decided to take out their frustrations on you and your client.  in "What to do when the auditor is batshit crazy" I di...
09/04/2017
These are mistakes we see so often that I couldnt resist making a podcast about them.Checkout our Podcast on the Five Biggest Mistakes people make when filing their IRS Offer-in-Compromise.  The POdcast can be found here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/podcasts-tax-rep-llc/id1276903945Any qu...
08/30/2017
For my more popular blog posts I ahve started recording podcasts for the Tax Rep podcast on ITunes.Last week my BLOG POST discussed why taxpayers should not just file joint returns without thinking through the Tax Collection consequences of the filing.  JOint liability is no joke, and innocent sp...
08/30/2017
Based on the feedback of the blog article I posted a little while ago, I have recorded a podcast walking you through why it is critical to consider filing the State tax returns first, then filing the federal returns.  As I mentioned in the Blog Post HERE, filing the state tax returns first can bo...
08/30/2017
When it comes to tax crimes in New Haven, Connecticut, New York city or elsewhere, Tax Evasion is always considered the big kahuna of tax crimes.  So what is "Tax Evasion"?We handle civil IRS cases and criminal tax cases all over the United States, and therefore see a lot of what taxpayers do and...
08/25/2017
I represent taxpayers every day in Connecticut and New York.  Married taxpayers often show up with bills from the IRS and state which they are both responsible for paying.  When I ask why they filed joint tax returns they explain that their accountant told them they would save money this way, and...
08/20/2017
I represent taxpayers every day in Connecticut and New York.  Sitting in my office in New Haven or New York City I review financials with taxpayers who have just filed multiple years of federal tax returns and want to compromise their tax debt.  When I ask about the state income tax returns they ...
08/20/2017
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