Liability for Uncollected Taxes

The IRS and Minnesota Department of Revenue take a close look at the returns of owners and operators of businesses, particularly cash-based operations such as bars, restaurants and nightclubs. It is not unusual for owners to receive official notice that their personal income tax returns and business tax returns and records are under review for unreported income or failure to pay sales taxes on revenues or withholding tax on employees. Often, corporate officers are surprised to learn that they may share responsibility for unpaid tax liability, in the event the corporate tax structure does not protect them from liability.

If you are the owner or operator of a business in Minnesota or western Wisconsin, and have received notification of an audit by the IRS or Minnesota Department of Revenue regarding an audit for possible tax evasion or underpayment of taxes, talk to tax attorney Mark A. Pridgeon well in advance about responding to the notice. As well as being an experienced tax attorney, Mark is also a certified public accountant. With more than 35 years of professional work experience exclusively in the area of IRS and Minnesota tax accountancy and law, Mark has earned recognition as one of the Twin Cities area's pre-eminent tax law attorneys.

Business owners have rights under the U.S. and Minnesota tax codes. If your business is facing a serious liability for uncollected taxes, he will evaluate your circumstances and give you an honest assessment of your options for moving forward.

"My practice is founded on integrity and honest hard work for my clients. Tax officials know that I practice with respect for the law and zeal for protecting my clients' rights. When I challenge a tax liability, my reputation for integrity often makes the difference." - Attorney Mark Pridgeon

Mark Pridgeon has a successful record of helping clients resolve problems involving federal and Minnesota Department of Revenue liability for uncollected taxes, including resolving issues such as:

Minnesota Attorney for Withholding Tax Cases

From offices in Edina, tax lawyer Mark Pridgeon advises and represents clients in communities throughout Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Dakota County and Washington County, Minnesota, as well as St. Croix County in western Wisconsin. If you are facing a significant tax liability of $20,000 or more, contact the firm for a no-cost half-hour initial consultation with Minneapolis tax dispute attorney Mark A. Pridgeon, Attorney at Law, today.