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Tax Audits And Appeals Lawyer

Nobody looks forward to receiving any form of correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service, unless it involves an income tax refund. The IRS uses correspondence to alert taxpayers of an audit, to assert an alleged tax deficiency and to provide notice of collection efforts. If you have received a letter from the IRS, it is crucial for you to obtain representation from an experienced tax controversy lawyer as soon as possible to protect your rights.

Most taxpayers are aware that the IRS conducts audits. The federal government is increasingly turning to using correspondence audits to reduce their costs. These audits, however, are not less damaging than the more traditional face-to-face audits in the field or at an IRS office.

It may be tempting to try to handle an audit without legal representation — many individual taxpayers and business owners do each year. But, an improperly handled audit can compound an already difficult situation. The rules and procedures are complex. For instance, taxpayers are often confused about what documents may be needed to support a valid deduction or expense. The IRS has vast resources — IRS agents are backed by experienced examiners and attorneys in the audit and appeals process.

Rely On The Experience Of A Former Government Lawyer For An IRS Audit Or Appeal

IRS tax audit and appeals attorney David Coffin represents taxpayers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and across Texas, in tax controversies with the IRS. Based in Southlake, Texas, Mr. Coffin is a CPA with more than 20 years of experience in tax law. He has a deep understanding of how the IRS operates, having been a tax lawyer representing the IRS for more than 10 years. He draws on his knowledge and experience in effectively representing taxpayers in IRS audits.

If an audit results in a finding of tax liability, David Coffin, J.D., CPA, has a proven record representing taxpayers in IRS appeals. Taxpayers have a limited amount of time to request a review in the IRS Office of Appeals. If you have been through the audit process, call the office of David Coffin PLLC for advice and representation to effectively resolve your IRS controversy.

Practical Tax Law Representation At A Reasonable Cost

To learn how an experienced tax controversy lawyer can help you with your IRS problem, get in touch with David Coffin using the online contact form or call 817-756-1792. Flexible scheduling is available and the initial consultation is free.