Solid Solutions to Serious Tax Problems Income Tax Workouts • Responding to Notices
Business and Self-Employment Tax Problems
Free Initial 30 Minute Consultation 952-232-0371 | 877-221-1651
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Do Not Delay Responding to a Tax Notice
Learn How i can help

Contact Me

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

February 2017 Archives

Mistakes that could increase audit exposure

Minnesota residents may believe that the IRS can only audit their returns for three years after they are filed. While this is true in many cases, there are also scenarios in which the IRS has six years to audit a return. For instance, if an individual understates his or her income by more than 25 percent, the government has six years to audit that return.

In political transition, certainty on taxes is harder to come by

When it comes to tax strategies there are the before tactics and after tactics. The after tactics are those a person may draw upon if they are already under notice from the IRS that they face a serious tax liability. By working with experienced counsel, you can come up with a plan for how best to challenge the claim or work to resolve it.

Tax delinquency could mean you can't get there from here

Do you remember the FAST Act? Despite the implications of the acronym on that 2015 law, there are elements of it that have the potential for putting the brakes on some individual's travel plans. As we noted in a pair of posts a year ago at this time, while the U.S. State Department is responsible for issuing passports to U.S. citizens, the IRS has authority to leverage this identification form to collect delinquent taxes.

'Business as usual' in government; private sector confusion

The start of the new White House administration has been interesting to watch, to say the least. Many pundits, including here in Minnesota and Wisconsin, point to the activity with a suggestion that it is unprecedented. The reality is that much of what is happening is not unusual. Every new administration brings with it change. The key questions many might be asking, though, are whether the dust will settle and how long it will take.

Privacy Policy | Business Development Solutions by FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business.