Whether or not it is true, the IRS has notified you that you owe unpaid federal taxes via a CP 14 notice. Once you receive the CP 14 notice, it is important to take the allegations seriously—regardless of whether you think that the amount of outstanding taxes identified in the notice is accurate. However, it is important to know that taking the notice seriously does not mean paying the outstanding balance in full. Instead, it may mean that you call a Norman tax lawyer for help.
How a Norman Tax Attorney May Be Able to Help You
Depending on the unique circumstances of your case, an experienced Norman, Oklahoma tax lawyer may be able to:
- Convince the IRS that an error was made. If you have documentation that your taxes were paid and that the IRS notice is incorrect, then your lawyer may be able to convince the IRS of the mistake and relieve your tax debt.
- Help you negotiate an offer in compromise or payment plan. If you do owe the money but can’t pay it all at once, then your attorney may be able to help you negotiate an installment payment plan.
- Help you avoid penalties. You don’t want to make your tax debt worse by incurring penalties.
Your lawyer can also take the stress of talking to the IRS or deciding what to do away from you so that you are confident that you are making the best possible decisions.
Call a Tax Lawyer in Norman Today to Learn More
For more information, please contact one of our experienced Norman tax lawyers today at 800-721-7054, and please read our FREE book, The Ultimate Survival Guide for IRS Problems.