The average person views the IRS at best as a nuisance. When you get audited, they become a threat to you and your property.
Some of the biggest companies in the nation live in fear of an IRS audit. It’s easy to make a mistake on your taxes that launches an IRS audit.
The consequences of that audit can be devastating, too.
You need an experienced tax lawyer with the legal and accounting expertise to defend you from the IRS.
Scott Scammahorn is a dedicated tax lawyer in McKinney, TX that has helped Texans from across the state defend themselves against the IRS.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
If the IRS has contacted you about back taxes, you need a tax attorney who has a reputation for getting good results for his clients. Scott Scammahorn consistently ensures his clients get good outcomes, like:
With an advanced degree in tax law, Scott Scammahorn understands how to best help his clients, getting them consistent positive results against the IRS.
An IRS audit is nothing to joke about. It can have serious consequences for you or your business. During an audit the IRS will try to prove that you owe them the maximum amount possible. Scott Scammahorn can fight back for you.
When the IRS is trying to collect a debt, they’ll send a notice of deficiency. This is the amount you owe them, plus interest and penalties. Scott Scammahorn will work hard to get that amount as low as possible.
While most tax cases are settled out of court, if your case goes to trial you want an experienced tax litigator to defend you. Scott Scammahorn has tax litigation experience to ensure that your trial goes smoothly.
People that request their records from the IRS sometimes get flagged for investigation. Scott Scammahorn can make a records request that ensures you aren’t flagged. If you’re investigated, he can defend you.
When you are in debt to the IRS, they have several methods to collect. One of those methods is to issue a levy or lien on your property or paycheck. Scott Scammahorn can get levies and liens lifted and lower your tax liability.
An OIC is a “settlement” between the IRS and a taxpayer. An OIC will allow the taxpayer to pay less than the total amount of their debt. Scott Scammahorn has negotiated OICs for dozens of his clients, and he’ll work to get one in place for you as well.
It’s easy to get behind on tax payments. It’s easy to put off doing your taxes for a few months that become a few years. Scott Scammahorn can minimize any penalties associated with your unfiled returns and help you get back on track.
If you earn a 1099, you’re responsible for calculating and filing your taxes every quarter. This can be tough for a lot of people, especially oilfield workers who work a lot and earn a lot at work. Failure to pay these taxes has led a lot of them to trouble with the IRS.
If you have a debt with the IRS, it will accrue interest over time. This can make it difficult to pay off their back taxes and get on track with their current taxes. If you’re unable to pay those taxes, the IRS may being issuing levies and liens on your property.
Scott Scammahorn has worked with 1099 earners throughout Texas. If you owe taxes and are facing the IRS, don’t do it alone. Contact Scott Scammahorn today to schedule a consultation.
Facing the IRS is scary. You don’t have to do it alone. An experienced tax attorney will be able to help with everything from back taxes to levies and liens.
Scott Scammahorn holds an advanced degree in tax law and has built his practice around helping individuals and businesses protect themselves from the IRS.
If you need a tax attorney, contact our offices today to schedule a consultation. Let us help you protect yourself, your assets, and your paycheck.
We have offices in both Tyler, TX and Dallas, TX, and we book consultations at both locations and online.
We serve all of Texas, including Tyler, Longview, Dallas, Arlington, Fort Worth, Nacogdoches, Lufkin, San Antonio, Midland, Odessa.
Contact us today to book your consultation.
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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