Representative Case Results

At the Law Office of Stanton D. Goldberg, we have a proven track record of helping clients reduce their tax burden.

Mr. Goldberg brings his experience as an experienced tax lawyer and Certified Public Accountant to resolve even the most complex types of cases on behalf of North Texas taxpayers.

Below are examples of past tax cases handled by our law office. These results should not be interpreted to predict future case outcomes because every settlement is specific to the unique circumstances of a taxpayer.

Tax Debt Resolution

$5.9M reduction
Client owed the IRS approximately $6,000,000; settled for $68,000.


99% reduction
Client owed the IRS approximately $63,000; settled for $500.


$102k reduction
Self-employed client owed the IRS approximately $109,000; settled for $6,200.


$61k reduction
Self-employed client owed the IRS approximately $71,000; settled for $9,900.

IRS Audit/Appeal

$368k reduction
IRS proposed additional assessment of over $400,000; reduced on Appeal to $32,000 including penalties.


93% reduction
IRS proposed additional assessment of over $65,000; reduced on Appeal to $4,900 including penalties.


$2,000,000 reduction
IRS proposed additional assessment of approximately $2,800,000; reduced to $518,000 by working with examiner.


$2.14M reduction
IRS proposed additional assessment of approximately $2,700,000; reduced to $559,000 by working with examiner.

U.S. Tax Court

93% reduction
Hired by taxpayer who was upset with the local tax law firm they had originally hired. The local tax law firm was paid to defend taxpayer against an IRS audit proposing income tax examination changes of over $123,000 for multiple years. Prior law firm had not resolved case and filed a petition with the U.S. Tax Court. We took over the Tax Court representation and worked with IRS Appeals to settle the Tax Court case for approximately $9,300 including penalties and interest.


About These Results

This page contains examples of actual client case results from our firm. The results in each case depend upon the facts and legal circumstances present in the case.

Past case results should not be interpreted to indicate the results attainable in a particular future case since the facts and legal circumstances are specific to each case.