When the IRS requests an in-person audit, it may be an indication that the IRS has serious concerns regarding the correctness of your tax return. You should always be truthful when answering the IRS’s inquires. However, you should only address the questions that you are specifically asked, and not divulge any more information than what was asked for. Doing so could inadvertently widen the scope of the audit. It is crucial that you have a tax professional represent you during an IRS audit. Joe Olson is CPA licensed to represent you before the IRS. Furthermore, as your attorney, he offers you the full protection of attorney/client privilege in all of your tax matters.
Please call us today for a free, no-obligation assessment of your issues. We are committed to solving your problems to your greatest benefit. Whether you are facing the potential loss of your home or business, are being hounded by the IRS, are seeking the benefits you deserve from the Social Security Disability Insurance program or are dealing with wills, trust or other probate matters, we are here to help. At Christopher R. Proschko, P.C., we offer “big city” know-how with the "small town" service you want.
We will request your "record of account" and any other transcripts necessary for your case. With a signed power of attorney, we can pull your records in three days, or immediately once the IRS accepts our power of attorney. We pull your “record of account” transcripts, which include the date a return was received by the IRS, dates of payments, credits, interest charges, penalty charges, statute write-offs, Offer in Compromise filings, bankruptcy filings, etc. We can file an 843 claim for refund, if applicable, to remove penalties. We also handle issues of negligence and substantial understatement penalties. Don’t delay – call us today to assess your case.
Dealing with the IRS is a serious matter. The IRS has broad powers to seize your assets to pay your tax liabilities. After the IRS has seized your property, it becomes the property of the United States Government. We will work to seek an Asset Levy Release so that this does not happen. You have 30 days from the date of the Notice of Levy issued by the IRS to pay in full or to find an alternate solution. Ignoring the notice will only make matters worse. We will analyze your situation to find the best course of action for you to avoid the levy. After 30 days has passed, the IRS is not required to give any further notice before seizing your assets, including your checking and savings accounts, and your wages. You need an experienced representative that is both an attorney and a CPA to represent you before the IRS and to resolve your outstanding tax liability.
Federal Tax Lien notifications can come as a complete surprise. If you have received a notice from the IRS telling you that they have filed a Federal Tax Lien against you, and you don't protect your assets, the IRS may take them from you, including the money in your bank account, your car, and any other property you may own. We can help you if you have a Federal Tax Lien. The IRS will file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien with the county clerk in your area, giving public notice that you owe taxes. Additionally, the notice reads, "You are also responsible for any additional penalties, interest, and costs that may accrue.” The filing of the notice can cause major financial issues, and may make it difficult to obtain credit. We will work with you to pay the IRS what you owe in back taxes, file an Offer in Compromise, or if you don't qualify for an Offer, we can help you set up an Installment Agreement to pay your taxes over time.
The IRS Collection Division enforces collection of past due amounts. The entire goal of the IRS Collection Division is to increase collections. Once a matter reaches Collection, the amount is deemed to be owed. Collection personnel are not authorized to correct erroneous information. Their entire purpose is to collect money. There are few IRS guidelines limiting the parameters of discretion and job function, giving an IRS Collection Officer great power. If you are ever contacted by the IRS Collection Division, do not give any information or it may result in a wage garnishment or a bank levy. Rather than paying what the IRS claims is owed, call us immediately to step in and handle your case for you.
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Christopher R. Proschko, P.C.Phone: 254-754-0909
6801 Sanger Avenue, Suite 140
Waco, TX 76710
6801 Sanger Avenue, Suite 140
Waco, TX 76710
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