Our system of federal taxation taxes income as it is received. The key to remaining compliant with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is knowledge of your tax situation including tax brackets, progressive tax rates, the impact of the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) and knowing what deductions and exemptions may be available to you as an individual or a business. Attorney Fletcher helps clients unravel the mystery of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC).
Sometimes, however, even after careful planning, a taxpayer will find themselves engaged in litigation with the IRS. There are many options available to the taxpayer when dealing with the IRS. Attorney Fletcher advises clients regarding the different options available, helping them to understand the pros and cons, requirements and procedures for each of the various options. Attorney Fletcher can represent a taxpayer before the IRS and the United States Tax Court.
If you get a letter from the IRS it is imperative that you do not ignore it. Penalties and interest will accrue during the period of inactivity. Often the letter is a simple request for information. Other times the letter may be much more. Confused about what you received? Call Attorney Fletcher to discuss your options.