Tax Attorney Baton Rouge

So how can a tax attorney Baton Rouge can help you? For instance, tax attorneys help you file your own offer in compromise (OIC), and answer the following questions:

  • How and where do I file an OIC? Where do I get the forms?
  • What if I have un-filed tax returns? What are the compliance requirements?
  • How can I find out about my back taxes? Can I get a transcript of my account?
  • How do I know if I qualify for an OIC? What are the IRS procedures?
  • How can I make sure the IRS will agree to process my OIC?
  • How do I know what numbers to put into the IRS financial statements?
  • Will the IRS allow my credit card debt? Educational expenses?
  • What expenses will the IRS allow? Are there expense limitations?
  • How do I compute my income if my income fluctuates?
  • Will the IRS approve my Offer if I am unemployed?
  • What attachments are required in the OIC Forms?
  • What do I do if I cannot document my expenses?
  • What are my rights if I disagree with a determination by the IRS?
  • How do I appeal an adverse IRS determination?
  • Can I re-file an OIC if it is returned or rejected?
  • Will an OIC stop an IRS garnishment of my salary?
  • What is the lowest amount the IRS will accept to settle my taxes?

tax attorney baton rouge

Tax lawyers help you stop and appeal IRS collection actions, and answer the following questions

  • How can I stop the IRS from garnishing my income?
  • How can I stop the IRS from seizing my home?
  • What are my appeal rights?
  • What is a due process appeal? And equivalency hearing?
  • How can I stop the IRS from issuing a Notice of Lien?
  • Who do I contact at the IRS on lien and collection issues
  • How can I get a lien release? Lien discharge? Lien subordination?

Help you with other IRS issues, and answer the following questions

  • How can I get the assistance of the Taxpayer Advocate?
  • When do I need an Installment Agreement?
  • How much will the IRS accept for Installment Payments?
  • How do I negotiate an Installment Agreement?
  • Can I appeal an IRS refusal to enter into an Installment Agreement?
  • How can I find out if the Statute of Limitations has expired?