Taxes can be a very stressful thing, and the Spodek Law Group is here to help you. Todd Spodek is a top rated attorney, and is capable of handling IRS tax issues nationwide. When it comes to federal tax issues, Todd Spodek offers the highest legal service and help possible in handling your tax disputes and dealing with serious tax issues.
Regardless of whether you’re an individual with an offshore bank account, have assets, investments, or a corporation, Todd Spodek has the experience necessary to bring you into compliance with the IRS when it comes to rules and regulations.
If you have an offshore bank account, Todd can help you bring it into compliance with the IRS’s offshore voluntary disclosure program. This will help you enter the OVDP and ensure you comply with it’s requirements, and avoid potential criminal charges.
Our IRS Lawyers – Your Liaison
Dealing directly with a tax agency can be intimidating. With Todd Spodek on your side, you no longer have to deal with the agencies. Todd is your liaison, and will act as a buffer from further contact with the IRS And various state agencies where possible. He speaks to the IRS so you don’t have to. With his tax experience and knowledge of multiple tax agencies, Todd can handle the complex tax system at all levels and help you deal with all types of disputes and situations, such as:
- tax audits
- unfiled tax returns
- tax collection
- unpaid back taxes
- criminal tax investigations
- offers in compromise
- tax planning for investments and estates
- offshore voluntary disclosure program
Do You Need an IRS Tax Lawyer?
Dealing with financial difficulties, like tax issues, can be overwhelming. Rather than face this situation alone, you should hire someone, like The Spodek Law Group, to help you. You can hire a competent IRS tax attorney who knows how to handle this type of law.
>Schedule a risk free consultation with one of our tax lawyers today
What does an IRS tax attorney do
The attorney is going to help with your tax and financial situation. He can represent you in a criminal tax matter. The attorney could be crucial in exonerating you and helping you avoid jail time, and fines. Furthermore, this type of tax attorney can give you advice on how to remove a tax lien against your personal assets or business assets. You may be able to avoid having wages garnished, and bank accounts levied, or bank accounts frozen, because of an IRS tax issue.
One more way that tax attorneys help you is by representing their clients in audits. When you are being audited by the IRS, you have the right to a lawyer. Your tax attorney can represent you and speak on your behalf. The attorney also helps with financial issues like planning out your estate.
Reasons to hire an IRS tax lawyer
You might wonder why you should hire a tax attorney. Such lawyers are trained, and experienced, in helping you with financial and tax matters. They are trained to handle matters, such as:
- criminal charges
- IRS communications
Common IRS Issues
- Accidental American Status Tax Liabilities
- Cryptocurrency Tax Assistance and Tax Lawyers
- Dual U.S. / Australian Citizen Superannuation Fund
- FBAR Disclosures and Penalties for Failure to File
- How is a Foreign Tax Treaty Made?
- I’m Contemplating Opting Out of the Offshore Disclosure Program. What Must I Consider?
- Israel-United States Tax Treaty
- New Streamlined FBAR Filing
- Offshore or In-Lieu Penalty AND Opt-Out
- Partial Offshore Tax Amnesty – Voluntary Disclosure
- Pressure Rises on Taxpayers to Report Foreign Assets as FBAR Deadline Nears
- Tax Fraud During a Divorce
- Undisclosed Foreign Accounts
- What is an FBAR attorney?
- What is FBAR filing?
- Criminal Tax Issues
- File Delinquent Tax Returns Lawyers
- Nexus Audit Lawyers
- Are IRS Mail Audits Really Something to Worry About?
- Unfiled Tax Returns Lawyers
- Tax Fraud and Tax Evasion Lawyers
- What is My Last Known Address, and Why is it Important?
- I Told the Person from the IRS That I Wanted to Talk to a Tax Attorney Before I Answered any Further Questions. He Said I Didn’t Need an Attorney. Do I?
- What is a Notice of Deficiency?
- How Long Will My Offer in Compromise Take to Complete?