Penalties and Fines

Serving Clients Throughout the Twin Cities Metro Area and Western Wisconsin

Penalties, interest and fines are often an unfortunate reality for taxpayers facing tax liabilities for tax evasion, late payment, unreported income or claiming unauthorized tax deductions and credits. If you have been notified of heavy penalties or fines that will increase your total tax liability, it may help to know that federal and state tax collection authorities are often more interested in collecting the taxes due, than the fines and penalties. It is often possible to reduce or eliminate the penalties and fines by working out an acceptable offer in compromise.

If you are a resident of the Twin Cities metro area or western Wisconsin and are facing a significant fine for taxes owed over $20,000 to the IRS or Minnesota Department of Revenue, arrange a consultation with tax law attorney Mark A. Pridgeon. Mark has applied his entire professional career to the practice of tax law, first combining 11 years as an IRS tax lawyer and accountant, before opening his tax law firm to help taxpayers who are facing significant tax problems at the state or federal level.

"In my experience, tax authorities are primarily interested in making sure you meet your tax obligations. I have earned the respect of the people at the local IRS office and Minnesota Department of Revenue. When I propose a reasonable solution to reduce or eliminate a penalty or fine, they trust that it is in the best interest of all parties." - Attorney Mark Pridgeon

Call attorney Mark Pridgeon toll free at 877-221-1651 to discuss your tax matter in any area of IRS or Minnesota tax law, including:

Experienced Minnesota Attorney for Tax Fines, Penalties and Fees

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 attorney for tax penalties, Mark A. Pridgeon today.