If you find yourself facing problems regarding tax, let our expert tax lawyers help you regulate and plan your taxes so that you won’t face any complications with your, or your business’s finances.
Clarksville Legal Services can get the right lawyers to organize your income and estate taxes and keep the IRS and other governmental auditors off your back. We are well versed in every aspect of tax laws and can help advise you on your state’s regulations regarding taxes. You are free to call us anytime you would like advice regarding the state of Tennessee’s law on taxes.
The first step to solving your tax issues is to comply with them. You will not get anywhere if you keep digging yourself into a bigger hole. The IRS and government are not going to provide any assistance, they will just collect their taxes and be done with you.
We, on the other hand, would be very happy to assist in relieving yourself from their clutches and fighting for you in court to provide either elongation or forgiveness for tax debt.
Tax Law Legal Services
Our experienced attorneys have the ability to provide worthwhile legal services to both individuals and businesses not only with tax-related disputes, but in every other aspect of law as well.
We pride ourselves on keeping you and/or your business in line and following the tax regulations appointed by the state of Tennessee in order to prevent future disputes. Here are a few of the tax law services we provide:
How to Survive an Audit
When you or your business is selected to be audited by the IRS or other state government authority, it can bring about a lot of stress.
Typically, the IRS will send out an official representative to run a thorough analysis of your financial history and reports in an attempt to detect any sign of tax evasion or fraudulence. Should they come up with positive results it could result in civil fines or even criminal allegations.
When you receive an audit, there are a few things you can do to help your case. First, your job is to convince the IRS that you have correctly reported all of your income as well as notify them of all of your entitled credits, deductions, and exemptions.
In order to ease stress, you can postpone the visit so as to give yourself time to restructure your documents; never host the IRS representative, always go to them. You don’t want them sniffing around your business. Do not answer unless asked, and only answer WHAT is asked; you do not need to tell them any extra information, only give them what they ask for.
Study and know your rights. Read up on tax regulations so you aren’t completely uneducated and make sure you know what you are entitled to so they don’t give you the runaround.
Finally, appeal your tax report. Once the report is done, it is best to make sure you fully understand it; don’t be afraid to call them with questions and concerns and come to a compromise with them if you are against the report, you have the right to appeal it in court.