Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Welcome to the Tax Law Forum!

This blog has been created by Rob Teuber, an attorney with the Law Firm Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP. The goal of this blog is largely to discuss the various issues that a person or business must face when dealing with a tax problem. These problems come in many shapes and sizes and anyone can be caught up in any part of the tax process. Yet, regardless of where in the process you are, there are procedures in place that can be used to resolve any tax problem. Certainly, not all tax problems can be resolved in the same way, but every tax problem has a solution. These solutions, more often than not, can be favorable to the taxpayer.

Examples of tax issues that will be addressed in this blog include:

- IRS tax audits and examinations.
- Appeals of audits and Notices of Deficiency.
- Negotiating tax disputes with government attorneys.
- Tax Court cases.
- Tax collection issues.

In discussing these aspects of the tax law, this blog will comment on responding to an IRS summons, IRS requests for information, handling tax audits, appeals of audit findings, IRS Notices of Deficiency, decisions and issues arising from the Tax Court, handling fixed tax liabilities, Offers in Compromise, Installment Agreements, Collection Due Process hearings, Notices of Federal Tax Liens, wage garnishments, bank account levies, and penalty removal/abatement.

I hope that you find these discussions insightful.

-Rob Teuber

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