Dallas Offer in Compromise Lawyer
Plano Installment Agreements Attorney
Experienced attorney/CPA providing practical and effective solutions to tax, IRS, business, estate planning and asset protection problems
When a tax debt reaches a certain level, you may find yourself unable to pay the debt in full. Even if you do have the means to pay, you may not be able to do so immediately. If the IRS has instituted a tax collection against you, it is very important to consult a tax attorney you can trust.
At the Law Office of Stanton D. Goldberg, you will find a lawyer who is also a certified public accountant (CPA). Dallas tax attorney Stanton D. Goldberg has nearly 25 years of experience helping clients deal with IRS audits and collections. Mr. Goldberg can help you understand the extent of your tax issues and will work with you to develop effective and practical solutions.
To schedule a consultation to discuss your IRS and tax issues, please call 866-721-8711 or contact attorney Goldberg online.
Texas Tax Lawyer and CPA Solving IRS Collection Problems
When faced with a large tax debt, you may be fearful of the punishment that could be handed out by the IRS. As an experienced lawyer, however, Stanton D. Goldberg may be able to work with the IRS to negotiate a better outcome. If acceptable to the IRS, you may be able to reduce your debt or at least extend your payments through one of two ways:
- Offer in compromise: When it is clear that you cannot pay your entire tax liability, the IRS will usually allow you to pay a lesser amount as satisfaction of the entire debt. Because the IRS will thoroughly investigate your finances to see if you qualify, it is very important to work with an experienced Dallas offer in compromise attorney to make sure you disclose everything properly.
- Installment agreement: If you do not qualify for an offer in compromise, attorney Goldberg will attempt to get the IRS to agree to an installment agreement. An installment agreement obligates you to pay the entire amount of your debt, but allows you to pay it in monthly installments over a period of five years or less.