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How To Deal With IRS

And With California Taxing Agencies Concerning Your Tax Problems. 

The WORST mistake you can make is to speak directly with, or to respond in writing to, IRS or any California taxing agency. Don’t be foolish and delude yourself that you can talk your way out of trouble because you cannot. IRS and California taxing agency employees are well trained to get you talking way too much, providing evidence you should not, all while the taxing authority employee takes notes and gathers evidence to use against you later. NEVER represent yourself or your business entity before IRS or any California taxing agency, because if you do the results are almost always disastrous. ALWAYS know that if IRS or any California taxing agency is asking you questions or requesting evidence production, you and/or your business entity is being targeted for audit, or for adverse collection actions, or something else not in your best interests.

You have a legal right to never speak directly to, and to never respond in writing to any IRS or California taxing agency demand to produce answers and/or evidence, by hiring a tax lawyer of your choosing to do your talking and evidence production for you. I have 30 years of experience in tax matters and I know what to say, what to do, and often more importantly what not to say and what not to do. Whenever IRS or any California taxing agency contacts you by letter, by telephone, or in person, asking nicely or demanding not nicely that you answer questions and produce evidence, ALWAYS respond [1] that you have nothing to say or produce at the present time, [2] that you will consult with and hire a tax lawyer whom will respond for you, and get the IRS or California taxing agency employee’s business card or name, title, address, telephone number, and fax number.

After you receive the IRS or California taxing agency contact, you should call me for a free telephone consultation to discuss case matters and how to best position you and/or your business entity to defend and to resolve the tax controversies at issue.