Do I Need Tax Court Representation?
Dealing with the IRS over a tax debt can be one of the most stressful experiences that a person can go through. While this government agency is supposed to work for the people, it can often seem as if the system is set up to deliberately confuse and confound taxpayers who are just trying to pay what they really owe. Oftentimes, tax court representation is the last recourse.
Because the tax system is so confusing, many people who are caught in it make the decision to hire tax court representation as their last recourse. Our partner tax attorneys are experienced with the tax law and know how to increase the odds of a successful outcome. Most importantly, however, they know how to protect the rights of you, our clients and save you money.
What Does Tax Attorney Representation Do?
There are thousands of rules that make up the United States tax code. Together, they describe all of the tax breaks and tax rules regarding how people who become delinquent on their taxes are to be treated. Making sense of all of these regulations is incredibly difficult and complicated and a challenge to determine whether you have a viable case.
Tax court representation can help you through the process of determining whether you have a viable case, negotiating with the IRS, and even challenge IRS decisions in court. At Samaritan Tax Relief, our tax attorney partners know the process and are familiar with the laws. Often, this means we can save you a lot of time, money and needless headaches.
When Do I Need Tax Attorney Representation?
Often, people start fighting the IRS on their own. All too often, however, this leads to a lot of frustration, particularly when the IRS refuses to lower the total amount they say you owe. Because of this, it’s often recommended that people who have issues get in touch with a tax representative, such as Samaritan Tax Relief, as soon as possible.
If you have reached the end of all opportunities to appeal your tax problems and are ready to take your case to a higher level, going to tax court is your last hope.
While this is not the best choice for everyone, it is the right that each taxpayer has to petition his or her case to tax court and have your day in court.
To represent someone in Tax Court, you can hire only an attorney or a non-attorney who has passed exams to practice before the Tax Court. We partner with qualified tax attorney’s that can represent you in court, while at the same time minimizing the fees that you would normally incur by having all non-tax court activities handled by our team of Enrolled Agent representatives. It is essential that you have experienced tax court representation that not only can effectively plead your case but also provide an honest assessment on whether you have a case.
Do I Have To Go To Tax Court?
In some cases, it is possible to work out a deal with the IRS without going to court, but first a petition must be filed with the tax court. Even if your case does not go to court, however, you will want to know that your interests are being protected during negotiations. Tax court representation can ensure that the tax law is being followed and that you don’t have to pay more than you legally owe. In addition, our skilled tax attorney partners have a lot of experience in negotiations, and will be aware of laws and regulations that can save you money. In fact, many people who hire tax court representation who never go to tax court walk away knowing that they gotten a better deal then they would have if they represented themselves.
In the event that your case does go to court, however, having tax court representation can take away a lot of the stress and hassle that comes along with a tax case if you tried to handle on your own. Our partner tax attorneys are able to represent you in court even when you’re at work. You’ll know that an expert in the field is handling your case. Rest assured, the IRS is sending a team of attorneys who are familiar with the law. It’s important to have someone with a lot of experience in this field representing you.
Tax court representation can be a valuable resource for anyone who is having problems with the IRS. These professionals can negotiate on your behalf and help you to navigate the tax court process.
Samaritan Tax Relief Representation
One of your most important rights as a taxpayer is your right to have a qualified tax court representative, such as a tax attorney, represent you in front of the IRS and/or States and provide tax resolution for your tax case.
When you hire Samaritan Tax Relief to assist you, we will guide you through the process of tax court representation and partnering with a tax attorney while advocating on your behalf and protecting your interests.
Samaritan Tax Relief is here to help you because when you’re dealing with a tax issue, the worst thing you can do is to do nothing at all. The best decision is to take the necessary first step and to address your tax problem now!
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