There are few things more threatening to a business owner than a letter from the IRS. An audit can be a time-consuming process. While you cannot avoid a tax audit, you can minimize your risk of an audit by avoiding potential flags on their tax return. The most frequent IRS audits are caused by inconsistencies or errors in your tax return that raise red flags in the eyes of the IRS.
The same goes for State of California audits. Due to the unique California tax statute of limitations, the state of California can investigate your business well past the general rule of three years for federal agencies. California’s tax dispute resolution system differs from that of the IRS (which are regulated by federal law), meaning California audits require a tax professional with an understanding of California law and federal law.
With more than a decade of legal, business and tax experience, Milikowsky Tax Law is on hand to help protect you from the threat of an IRS audit or California State audit. When you work with Milikowsky Tax Law, you get more than an experienced tax litigation attorney. You get an experienced business and tax advisor who can work with you to reduce your chances of being audited, with our comprehensive tax return assessment system and years of business experience.
Your Dedicated California Tax Litigation Attorney
The tax litigation attorneys at Milikowsky Tax Law know their way around complex tax situations including the specifics of the California tax statute of limitations. Milikowsky Tax Law has completed over 200 IRS and California State tax audits. Our attorneys also have prior experience as business owners, so we understand what it takes to run a company and can tailor our support specifically to your business.
Our leading tax litigation attorney, John Milikowsky, has decades of experience representing countless businesses in legal tax matters. Mr. Milikowsky is dedicated to relentlessly defending his clients in everything from state and federal tax audits to criminal tax investigations. As a full-service tax law firm, we frequently work with business owners to empower owners to identify issues on their own tax returns. While there is no way to guarantee you will avoid a tax audit, we can teach you to significantly minimize your risk of an audit.
We are here to help you analyze your tax return before an audit arises, to reduce the risk of errors, strategize about the best way to respond to IRS letters, navigate a state audit, and more. We can even advise you whether or not you should agree to allow the IRS or California State tax agencies extend the California tax statute of limitations.
Milikowsky Offers the Tax Support You Need
When you're faced with the formidable presence of a tax audit, don't panic. Reach out to Milikowsky Tax Law, and we will protect your company to keep your business in business. Our skilled tax litigation attorneys will protect your rights every step of the way.
Whether you've just received a letter from the IRS, or you need help analyzing your legal rights and financial data reported on your tax returns, contact us today. The team at Milikowsky Tax Law is here to help.
At Milikowsky Tax Law we are experts in providing legal counsel for dealing with unpaid taxes.
Back taxes are a nightmare for anyone that owes the IRS money without the means of paying it. If you are already in debt, the IRS banging on your door doesn’t help your situation—it just makes it more stressful. If the IRS is telling you to pay your back taxes in a payment plan you can't afford, contact our San Diego back tax lawyer today. Our legal team at Milikowsky Tax Law is well-versed in tax law procedures and options; we are ready to assist you through this difficult time.
Your options for handling back taxes:
Many people don’t know the options that are available to them when dealing with the IRS. If you owe a lot on back taxes, you don’t have to panic. Our committed tax law firm can answer your questions, explain your options, and guide you towards the best game plan for you.
Some solutions our San Diego back tax attorneys can provide include:
- Payment Plan – Agreeing on a monthly payment amount that is feasible and not strenuous can make all the difference. Our tax lawyer can help facilitate an agreed amount that works for both you and the IRS.
- Offer in Compromise – An offer in compromise allows you to settle your debt with the IRS for much less than what you owe.
- Declaring Non-Collectible – When you declare non-collectible, the IRS immediately stops trying to collect from you for approximately one to two years.
- Abatement of Penalties – Through this method, you can seriously reduce the amount you owe the IRS, by reducing the costs of the penalties and interest against you.