When the IRS comes to collect taxes, even the most fiscally responsible individual or business owner can experience significant stress. Having an experienced taxation attorney in your corner to protect your interests can help alleviate any anxiety you may be feeling when it comes to tax collections.
Over the years, the tax law professionals at Frost & Associates, LLC have cultivated a reputation for helping people reach successful outcomes in their taxation matters.
Experienced Representation in a Wide Range of Collection Matters
When you are confronted with a tax controversy, either by state or federal officials, you should know that these problems will not go away on their own. However, every tax problem has a solution. The legal team at Frost & Associates, LLC can help safeguard your interests and resolve your issues in a wide range of collection matters, including:
- Installment agreements
- Offers in compromise
- International tax issues
- Florida state tax issues
- Foreign bank account reporting requirements (FBAR)
- Tax levies
- Wage garnishments
- Tax liens
Helping You With IRS Tax Levy Relief
The IRS has much greater collection powers than your typical creditor. In order to collect taxes, the IRS may garnish wages, place a levy on your financial accounts, seize property and enact other levies without gaining prior approval from the courts. However, it may be possible to avoid levies through open communication with the IRS and setting up deadlines for providing certain tax information. We can help set up and maintain these lines of communication, and ensure that your interests remain protected at all times.
Working to Resolve IRS Liens
Liens operate to give the IRS a legal claim to your property in order to satisfy a tax debt. Liens take effect 10 days after the IRS sends a notice and demand of payment. Any other creditors who may seek a claim will be notified of the IRS’s claim to your property, as well as any future property you may acquire.
We will work hard to explore all of the available options for resolving any IRS liens, including appeals of an initial determination, seeking a release, discharging of a lien, subordinating a lien, or requesting withdrawal of a lien.