People and businesses all across the state of Maryland often have to deal with the Internal Revenue Service, and they may have even suffered action at the hands of the IRS. If you are behind on your taxes or if you owe the IRS tax debt, then it is highly unlikely that doing nothing or ignoring the requests will result in anything positive. Addressing your issues in an effective manner is the key to solving the problem and possibly mitigating the penalties and problems associated with your case.
If the IRS takes action, it is important to remember that you have rights as a taxpayer. You are entitled to an appeal and the IRS can’t take unilateral action without following protocol.
When you appeal a tax decision made by the IRS, you should not do so without legal help. If you go it alone, you risk violating your own rights or not properly protecting yourself during a critical time in the process.
Even if your appeal fails, there are still options you have to work with the IRS. You can try to negotiate a payment plan to satisfy your tax obligations with the IRS. Again, having an attorney to help you with this is a very good idea.
Consulting with an attorney gives you a wealth of legal help and secures your rights during discussions or dealings with the IRS. If you owe back taxes or the IRS takes action against, please consult with a tax attorney as soon as you can.