At Zeiders Law Group, our objective is to provide effective tax solutions for every situation. For over a decade, Tom Zeiders has successfully represented thousands of clients in various legal matters. When facing a tax issue with the IRS or Oklahoma Tax Commission, it is highly recommended that you seek the counsel of an experienced attorney who can provide a comprehensive review of your rights and obligations and properly represent your interests during the process. Hire an established tax attorney to ensure the best possible outcome.
Tax amnesty is a term coined by Dan Pilla in his book “How Anyone Can Get Tax Amnesty.” This term means forgiveness of tax debts by the government. Tax amnesty can be given a number of ways.
At Zeiders Law Group, we take a holistic approach to finding the best resolution for every case. From analyzing the current situation and circumstances to looking for more complex solutions which may be more beneficial in the long run, our team of highly experienced tax attorneys ensure that you get the most suitable results. We always strive to treat each client with respect and professionalism, giving them the attention they deserve.
An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a program offered by the IRS which allows taxpayers to settle their tax debts for less than the amount owed. It enables eligible taxpayers to make a lump-sum payment or to pay over time from 24 to 72 months, depending on their financial situation.
An Installment Agreement is a payment plan offered by the IRS which allows taxpayers to pay their debt over an extended period of time. The installment agreement offers taxpayers an opportunity to become compliant without having to pay the full amount due in one lump sum payment
Taxpayers may choose to have representation during an audit if they feel uncertain about their case or are facing complex issues that require specialized knowledge. IRS Audit Representation is beneficial for taxpayers who want help understanding their rights and obligations, as well as for those who need professional representation during the audit process.
An IRS Audit Appeal is the process of challenging and reversing an unfavorable audit decision. Taxpayers may file an appeal after receiving a notice with their audit results. With an experienced appeal representative, taxpayers can ensure they are properly represented during this process.
A Collection Due Process Appeal (CDP) is a way for taxpayers to dispute or challenge the collection of their tax debts by the IRS. Taxpayers can file an appeal if they disagree with the amount of debt owed, disagree with the proposed method of collection, or contest any proposed penalties that have been applied to their accounts.
An Innocent Spouse Request is a process through which taxpayers can request relief from tax liabilities that are the responsibility of their spouse (current or former). The IRS allows taxpayers to make this request if they were unaware or could not have reasonably known about their spouse’s income taxes when filing joint returns.
An Audit Reconsideration Request is a process through which taxpayers can challenge the findings of an IRS audit. Taxpayers can file this request if they disagree with the results of an examination, believe errors were made in the initial audit, or are seeking to request re-evaluation of certain facts that may not have been considered during the audit.
A Penalty Abatement Request is a process through which taxpayers can argue for relief from penalties and interest that are assessed against their taxes. Taxpayers can make this request when they have reasonable cause for not paying the required tax, such as the death of a family member, a natural disaster, or an error by the IRS.
Before the IRS can assess additional tax against you, the IRS must send you a “Statutory Notice of Deficiency” by certified mail. Taxpayers can opt for tax court representation if they disagree with an IRS examination, believe errors were made in the initial audit, or want to appeal a decision regarding certain facts that may not have been considered during the audit. Zeiders Law Group works closely with our clients to determine the best strategy and present their case before the court.
Bankruptcy Discharge of Federal and State Taxes is a process through which taxpayers can have their federal and state taxes discharged in bankruptcy. This process allows debtors to erase certain back taxes as part of their bankruptcy filing and, in some cases, also discharge tax penalties imposed by the IRS or state government. We analyze each case to determine whether a taxpayer qualifies for a tax discharge under the Bankruptcy Code.
If you are experiencing tax problems, your situation is not hopeless. Contact Zeiders Law Group today. We would love to help you navigate the situation and find solutions. It doesn’t matter how big or small your tax problem is, we have the knowledge and expertise to help you.
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