Milikowsky Tax Law - Minimizing Your Financial & Legal Risks
We have represented hundreds of businesses & individuals audited by IRS and State of California
IRS & California Tax Audits
Government audits by IRS or State of California involving income tax.
Resolve an existing balance through an offer in compromise or installment agreement
Why You Need A Tax Attorney If You Have A CPA
Most tax cases involve
a legal question
Have a tax expert to protect
your legal rights
A tax attorney with business
experience is critical to
resolving your audit
Why Milikowsky Tax Law
Our results speak for themselves. Over 80% of our business comes from referrals from attorneys and CPAs. We have represented hundreds of businesses and individuals audited by IRS and State of California and protected businesses against aggressive government collection action.
Our team of San Diego tax attorneys are former business owners and executives (in key decision-making roles) who have years of experience and knowledge of business operations. Understanding businesses means we understand your legal solution.
Our law firm also contributes to changes in the tax law. In 2009, attorney John D. Milikowsky, Esq. presented a tax proposal to Congressional committee staff members, U.S. Treasury Department, and IRS Chief Counsel to create a new rule to abate penalties for taxpayers.
Tax Law Articles
- Your Guide to Navigating an EDD AuditAugust 14, 2019In the face of a perceived increase in the number of independent contractors, the California Employment Development Department (EDD) has begun a campaign of stricter enforcement of employment tax laws. With EDD conducting more audits of California business’ employment records, business owners […]READ MORE
- The Dynamex Case, EDD and What the New Rules Mean for Your Independant ContractorsAugust 13, 2019The California Supreme Court recently heard a case that is changing the rules on the classification of Independant Contractors in the state of California. Previously, there were 13 factors that EDD would look at in assessing whether a worker was a contractor or an employee. In October of 2018 […]READ MORE