Scott Scammahorn is an experienced tax lawyer who helps businesses and individuals deal with the IRS without the stress or confusion that often comes in dealing with tax problems.
Fort Worth is situated about 30 miles east of Dallas and makes up a significant portion of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan area. As the 5th largest city in Texas, and the 13th largest city in the United States by population, this city is bursting with economic opportunity. With 13 entertainment districts and innumerable highly-rated shopping centers, this city attracts new residents and tourists from all over the world.
At 349.2 square miles, Fort Worth is one of the largest cities in Texas by land area. A population of almost 910,000 residents are proud to call this city home. The average income for single residents in Fort Worth is $24,726 per year, and $52,492 for a household, which is just below the national average of $53,482.Fort Worth’s sales tax rate is 8.2% compared with the national 7.3% average. However, this number is offset by the 0% state tax, compared to the 4.6% national average. The cost of living in Fort Worth is 2% higher than the national average. However, the average cost for housing is 5% lower than the national average.
The healthcare, manufacturing, and retail industries make up over 30% of the job market in Fort Worth. Other major industries include, construction, transportation, finance, education, office support jobs, food services, and more.
Businesses and individuals in Fort Worth are required to file income taxes every year, just like the rest of the United States. Failure to do so on time can result in serious consequences with the federal government, including prison in some circumstances. If you've ever received a notice from the IRS, you understand the panic and confusion that comes with not knowing how to move forward.
If you have a tax lien on your property, a levy on your bank account, or you are facing other legal issues, the Scammahorn Law Firm represents taxpayers and businesses who are dealing with the IRS. We provide legal counsel to help our clients dispute or settle their claims. Whatever legal tax issues you or your company are up against, don’t face the IRS without recruiting the services of a qualified tax lawyer in Fort Worth.
Scott Scammahorn has been settling IRS and tax disputes for his clients for decades. As an expert in federal tax codes, he has provided help to thousands of taxpayers and has worked with the IRS to substantially reduce or even erase his clients’ tax liability. In many cases, this not only safeguards their bank accounts from being depleted or their property from being confiscated, but may even protect them from a prison sentence.
Attorney Scott Scammahorn can help individuals in Fort Worth with any tax liability issues they are facing, including:
Not every letter from the IRS requires legal counsel. The IRS regularly sends taxpayers reminders if, for example, they forget to file their quarterly 941 tax return for their business. In these cases, IRS.gov is a great place to find out exactly what steps to take to fix the issue. However, sometimes dealing with the IRS is much more complex and requires a thorough understanding of tax law as well as the ability to negotiate with the government. In these cases, it will often save you a lot of time, frustration, and money to trust a reputable attorney in the Fort Worth area with your legal challenges. A skilled litigator can walk you through an audit, negotiate with the IRS, and, if possible, may even considerably reduce your tax liability bill.
Hiring a CPA is an excellent option for preparing and filing your individual and business tax returns. However, when you have delinquent tax returns or owe money to the IRS, a CPA is not in the position to provide you with the legal advice you need or to negotiate an offer in compromise with the IRS. You should only trust a skilled tax attorney with experience and special education in tax law to handle your case with the IRS. If you’re still not sure whether you need a tax attorney, a CPA, or both, feel free to give us a call and schedule a confidential legal consultation with Attorney Scott Scammahorn.
We invite you to review our tax litigation results and see for yourself. Our experts are often able to negotiate an offer in compromise, which makes the total tax bill plus attorney fees far less expensive than paying your tax bill in full without hiring an attorney. It is not uncommon for our lawyer to save our clients $100,000 or more on their tax liability. Contact us to find out more about what we may be able to save you on your outstanding tax bill.
If you are facing tax issues or have recently received a or notice from the IRS, please do not attempt to handle the problem alone. Our skilled and experienced Fort Worth tax attorney can help you effectively fight the IRS, give you peace of mind throughout the process, and may even be able to reduce your tax liability.
Contact the Law Offices of Scott Scammahorn to schedule a legal consultation with a tax attorney today.
Please provide us with more information so that we may better understand your IRS problems. Upon receipt of your information, our tax attorney will review your information to determine if we can be of assistance, whether through an offer in compromise, an installment agreement, appeal of an IRS audit examination, or a lawsuit in Tax Court. One of our staff members will then contact you to schedule a confidential consultation with the attorney to discuss your options.
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