IRS Representation

Within the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, is the right for taxpayers to retain an authorized representative of their choice when dealing with the IRS. Taxpayers also have the right to seek assistance from a Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic if they cannot afford representation.

Representatives must meet a set of required credentials and have permission to practice before the IRS or state. The types of appropriate representatives include attorneys, certified public accountants (or CPAs), and enrolled agents.

A representative will assist a taxpayer by preparing all documents requested by the IRS, attending all meetings on their behalf (unless the taxpayer is specifically requested to present themselves), and handling all correspondence between the taxpayer and the IRS.

Where is the Right to Representation Applicable?

A tax representative can be instrumental in your battle with the IRS. While you can go about handling your case on your own, the benefits of having a representative on your side can exponentially increase your chances of a successful outcome.

You don’t have to be in dire circumstances, or even in financial trouble, before finding a legal representative. A representative can be a preventative measure.

Should you choose to find a representative in TaxRise, we will provide you with an attorney and the bonus of our industry knowledge, experience, and resources.

Below are some instances for which it may be a good idea to partner with TaxRise.

Being Audited

Legal representation helps you negotiate with the IRS during and after an audit. An effective attorney can help settle your liability for less than you owe by making an offer in compromise, seeking a penalty abatement, or requesting a payment plan.

Negotiating with the IRS

Often the language used in tax situations and the overall complexity of the IRS bureaucracies can make it difficult to know what to say and to whom. However, partnering with a tax attorney and gaining the power of attorney, allows your skilled and knowledgeable representative to negotiate with the IRS on your behalf.

Receiving an IRS Notice or CP

The IRS sends notices, also known as CPs in IRS jargon, to inform taxpayers about hundreds of different matters; anything from an error on a return to tax bill reminders. Knowing how to proceed after receiving such a notice can be confusing and require the assistance of a qualified tax attorney.

Criminal Charges

Occasionally, the IRS is mandated to pursue criminal charges. In such cases, you need to hire a tax attorney. Tax evasion and tax fraud are the most common causes of criminal IRS investigations. To avoid or reduce prison sentences and hefty fines, consider hiring an attorney.

Why Choose TaxRise as your IRS Representative?

A TaxRise attorney serves as your advocate in all of your dealings with the IRS. Our attorneys will not only negotiate with the IRS on your behalf, so too will they be able to dissuade the IRS from pursuing inappropriate lines of questioning.

The TaxRise tax attorneys will take the time to understand the complexities of your issue and the processes necessary for a swift resolution. Additionally, we can handle cases across the nation regardless of your location.

Working with our attorneys will save you considerable time as we can close open matters quickly and efficiently. You won’t have to waste your time trudging through tax codes. Instead, our efforts should allow you to continue working, taking care of your family, and dealing with other important matters without significant interruption.

Our tax attorneys specialize in tax law, having spent three years in law school and taken years learning the intricacies of the case law and legal precedents. TaxRise’s attorneys are familiar with the best methods for numerous dilemmas, have advanced negotiating skills, and will not be intimidated by IRS officials.

Utilizing TaxRise as your representative gives you attorney-client privilege, ensuring that your discussions are confidential by law. Our attorneys cannot be forced to share what they know about your case in depositions, hearings, or trials. You can disclose any and all details related to your case to your representative and be confident that those conversations will remain private.

How To Get Started

If the IRS has got you on an expensive payment plan or may have reason to audit you, consider using TaxRise as your legal representative. Call a specialist today at 833-419-RISE (7473) or click below to get started.

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