If you owe an unpaid tax liability to the IRS, then you likely know how aggressively they can pursue the debt they're owed. Threatening letters sent to your home, phone calls, visits to your place of work: the IRS will employ all of these tactics and more when trying to collect unpaid taxes. It doesn't matter whether you're able to pay what's owed or not, without the help of an experienced tax attorney it's nearly impossible to settle a debt with the IRS in a way that's favorable for you.
That's Why I Created This Guide to Finding the Right Tax Attorney for YOU
The United States tax code is complex. So complex, in fact, that even the IRS doesn't always apply it correctly. You need a lawyer whose knowledge of the tax code and whose experience dealing with IRS Revenue Officers will help assure that you resolve your liability responsibly while still being able to provide for yourself and your family. That's what this free guide is for: finding the tax attorney who's right for your unique situation. Request your copy today to learn:
- How to make sense of your potential lawyer's fees
- How to research the attorney's reputation
- The importance of finding an American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS) certified attorney
- And more
This guide is a must-read for business owners and individual taxpayers alike!
Getting your free copy of How to Find the Right Attorney for Your IRS Problems is the first step on the road to resolving your outstanding tax liability. Educate yourself and begin your search for the best tax attorney to help you today.
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