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When you have been audited by the IRS, you want to make sure your presentation gives the auditor the full story. As a former IRS Agent, I can help you understand the process you face when it comes to filing an appeal or audit with the IRS.
I worked for over 20 years in business and government accounting before receiving my law degree and opening my own practice in 1999. Since that time, I have used my legal knowledge and extensive experience as an accountant to provide my clients with comprehensive tax planning and litigation services.
If you have a problem with the IRS or are going to state tax court, wouldn't you like to speak with an attorney who knows the system from the inside? I worked for several years as a tax collector, so I understand how to present your financial information in the most beneficial light possible.
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