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FEDERAL INCOME TAX

Federal income tax audits have always been the cornerstone of the IRS civil enforcement machine. The dreaded federal income tax audit is probably responsible for more sleepless nights than any other area of law enforcement.  But the audit process itself is largely one of bluff and intimidation, cleverly disguised to hide the fact that the IRS audit results are wrong 60 to 90 percent of the time.

I'm a very busy tax attorney in Tacoma only because my clients realize that the IRS isn't always right and that, working with a professional tax professional, they can fight the IRS and come out on top, in many cases even when they legitimately owe taxes and can pay them!

So stop stewing and fretting. Call right now to claim your date and time for a complimentary, confidential, no-obligation consultation to discuss how, working together, we can stop the IRS from making your live miserable. We'll do all the talking and writing to the IRS so you can stress less.  No one in Tacoma handles federal income tax audits better than we do. We have your back, so call now! (253) 383-0140

As a tax litigation attorney with more than 25 years of experience dealing with the IRS, I have helped thousands of people tackle federal income tax audits of every description.  Most of the citizens I serve are honest taxpayers doing their level best to comply with an increasingly-complicated tax code.  The uncertainty that flows from such complexity creates a level of anxiety that most citizens never experience in other area of their lives. It's this level of uncertainty that leads naturally to fear whenever the IRS is thought about or mentioned.  Most people would rather undergo a root canal than suffer through a federal income tax audit.
So if the thought of finding an IRS letter in your mailbox terrifies you, you're far from alone. But don't simply assume (as most people do) that the letter is necessarily bad news.  And when it is, the last thing you should do is roll over like a scared pup when you read the agency's demands.  If you do, you're assuming two internalized, fear-based, error-prone beliefs: “If the IRS said it, it must be right”; and “I can't fight the IRS, so why even bother?”