Maryland Tax Attorneys Protecting You Against IRS Asset Seizure, Liens, Penalties and Other Tax Disputes
IRS ◦ Maryland SDAT ◦ D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue ◦ Virginia Department of Taxation
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When contacted by an IRS agent or state taxing authority, you need the experience you will find with the tax attorneys at Kundra & Associates. If you fail to cooperate with the taxing authority, you may become the subject of a fraud investigation, a tax audit, criminal tax penalties, tax collection proceedings, or criminal charges.
Strength ◦ Integrity ◦ Focus
Whatever challenges you are facing, whether you live inside or outside the U.S., a Rockville, Maryland, tax audit lawyer from Kundra & Associates is prepared to guide you through any investigation or tax controversy with strength, integrity, and focus. Our goal is to restore you to sound legal footing.
When a Professional Tax Controversy Lawyer is Needed
When you are first approached by an IRS representative, you may feel too uncomfortable and intimidated to discuss financial matters with them. A professional tax controversy attorney offers you the best opportunity to avoid unpleasant consequences, such as:
- Levied wages or seizure of your personal bank account
- Levying of accounts receivable of your business
- Foreclosure on your home or business property
- Tax issues while you are abroad
Information, Protection, and Advocacy
The tax audit lawyers of Kundra & Associates are armed with the power of the law to assist you. For example, our tax audit lawyers can provide you with detailed information on how to calculate your tax liability and exposure to verify that the IRS gave you the required proper notice before freezing your bank account, seizing funds, garnishing your wages, or foreclosing on your home.
Kundra & Associates is frequently able to prevent these actions through application of legal provisions, including:
- Determination of uncollectible status: If your necessary living expenses exceed your income to the point that you are not in a position to pay at this time, the IRS may delay collection, though penalties and interest will accrue.
- Installment agreements: You can agree to pay the amount owed in monthly increments, with interest and possible penalties.
- Partial pay agreements: When it is evident that full payment is not an option, a partial pay agreement may be beneficial.
- Abatements: A tax abatement can reduce penalties and interest.
- Offers in compromise (OICs): If it is unlikely that you will be able to repay what is owed within the prescribed time period, the IRS may agree to settle for a portion of what is owed.
To schedule a consultation, contact a tax controversy lawyer at Kundra & Associates.