New Jersey Tax Attorneys Resolving Tax Controversies and Disputes
State and federal tax problems can be highly troublesome and if left unresolved can lead to significant fines and penalties, including criminal prosecution. The IRS officials and the State of New Jersey have ramped up their efforts to identify and crack down on tax offenders. Individuals and business owners who find themselves involved in a tax controversy need to seek out the guidance of a knowledgeable tax lawyer who can protect their rights throughout the course of the dispute.
The New Jersey tax controversy attorneys in our Taxation Practice have significant experience working to resolve tax controversies involving individual income tax, corporate income tax, employment, sales or property tax, estate and gift tax and other tax-related disputes. Our lawyers represent individual taxpayers, businesses and other entities in all aspects of federal and state tax controversies, including:
Tax Audits. If you have been selected for an audit by the Internal Revenue Service or the New Jersey Division of Taxation, you need skilled and knowledgeable tax counsel on your side. The tax controversy attorneys at Einhorn Barbarito have extensive experience representing individuals and business owners who have been subject to audit by the IRS and New Jersey Division of Taxation. We are very familiar with the tax audit procedures and carefully guide our clients through each step of the auditing process. Our lawyers are skilled in negotiating disputes with the IRS and state tax officials and work to bring these matters to a favorable conclusion rapidly and cost-effectively.
Tax Appeals. If an audit results in an unfavorable outcome, a taxpayer has the right to file an appeal challenging the findings of the audit. The New Jersey tax controversy attorneys at our firm are well equipped to handle IRS Appeals as well as appeals of determination made by the New Jersey Division of Taxation. Because our Taxation Practice includes attorneys who have former experience working as attorneys for the IRS, we have a first-hand understanding as to how the government handles tax appeals.
Tax Litigation. In some cases, tax controversies must go through the litigation process in order to reach a fair resolution. Our attorneys have a successful track record of advocating for clients in both federal and state venues, including the United States Tax Court, U.S. District Courts and the Tax Court of New Jersey . We approach each matter individually and work vigilantly to develop a case strategy that gives our client the best possible chance to prevail in court.
Tax Collection Matters. Collection issues can be extraordinarily stressful and challenging to resolve. Our tax lawyers have substantial experience helping both individuals and businesses resolve federal and state tax collection matters, including assisting with formal offers in compromise as well as the removal of tax liens and levies.
Let the New Jersey Tax Controversy Attorneys at Einhorn Barbarito Help
If you are facing an audit by the IRS or New Jersey tax officials, or need representation in connection with a tax appeal, tax litigation or a federal or state tax collection matter, contact a tax controversy lawyer at our firm today by calling our New Jersey law offices at 937-627-7300.Print PDF
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