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We are an experienced tax law firm serving clients nationwide.

 

Foreign Asset Planning

It is not unlawful to have foreign bank accounts. However, U.S. taxpayers must disclose the existence of such accounts, and report any income derived from them to the Internal Revenue Service.

 

Wills Trusts And Estate Planing

Our law firm provides highly-personalized, responsive service to estate planning clients as we counsel them at all the critical stages of their lives.

 

Estate Administration

The death of a loved one may be difficult enough to endure without having to worry about the ensuing estate matters.

 

Our Latest Blog Posts

IRS Passport Revocation or Denial for Unpaid Taxes

Two years ago, Congress passed Internal Revenue Code Section 7345. This law allows the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to work with the US State Department to suspend and/or deny the passports of taxpayers with seriously delinquent tax debts. The IRS plans to start using this penalty in January 2018. Specifically, if you have a so called “seriously delinquent tax debt”,

IRS Notice CP 503: IRS Second Notice of Balance Due: What to Do

An IRS CP 503 notice is a letter that the IRS sends out to individuals as a reminder and a means to collect on a tax debt balance. This letter is a final notice and follows previous attempts to receive payment. When you receive this letter it is important for you to read it carefully and to reply immediately because if you don’t, the IRS could take action against you. Below

IRS Announces New Investigative Units

In a press call on August 2, 2017, the Chief of the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) Criminal Investigation Division (“IRS-CI” or CID), John D. Fort, announced two new enforcement initiatives: a National Coordinated Investigations Unit and an International Tax Enforcement Group. Fort also explained that the Criminal Investigation division is—and will be—increasingly

Taxpayer Tips: Best Practices for U. S. Tax Court

Taxpayers contesting IRS assessments of additional taxes, penalties and interest have a number of different options to contest and appeal those assessments. One of those options includes bringing a case to the United States Tax Court (Tax Court). Here are some Tax Court practice tips for taxpayers: Know What Tax Court Is Congress created the Tax Court as an