How A Tax Lawyer Helps Solve Your Tax Problems
An Experienced Tax Lawyer Skillfully Negotiates With The IRS And State Tax Authorities To Help You Resolve Your Tax Problems.
As a tax attorney in Fairfax, VA, I help individuals and business owners in Virginia, Maryland, Washington, DC, and other states when they encounter tax problems.
If you’re stressed about letters you have received from the IRS, your state tax collector or both, there are two comforting things I want you to know:
- You’re not alone.
- I’m here to help you solve your tax problem now so you can get back to enjoying your life.
I will support you and serve as your liaison to the federal and state governments in resolving tax debt and other tax issues.
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A State Tax Lawyer Works With State Tax Collectors On Your Behalf
If you’re dealing with an IRS tax problem, there’s a good chance you have a state tax problem, too.
As a state tax lawyer, I work with state tax departments — including Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia and many others — to help you resolve to your state tax problems.
It’s important to realize that you must respond to and resolve your state tax matter and your IRS tax matter separately and meet any deadlines and rules for each.
Common problems that a state tax lawyer like me can handle include reducing your state taxes, eliminating your state tax debt entirely, negotiating an installment agreement and many more.
Current Trends In My Tax Law Practice
Recently, I have seen a lot of clients who need help negotiating an Offer in Compromise (OIC), which allows you to settle your tax debt for less than the amount you owe.
I am proud that I have a nearly 100% success rate with the IRS accepting my clients’ Offer in Compromise proposals.
Negotiating an OIC takes a lot of work and development of detailed documents. If I don’t think an offer will be accepted, I don’t recommend it in the first place.
Since COVID, I am also seeing many businesses shutting down because they can’t make payroll, even with government loans.
I help them close out their businesses and negotiate payment plans with the federal government for their outstanding loans, including Small Business Administration (SBA) loan and Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL).
Many of these businesses have significant financial hardship and existing tax debt they can’t afford to pay back.
In those cases, the business owners are often not able to afford to pay an installment agreement and don’t qualify for an OIC.
For businesses in these challenging situations, an IRS tax lawyer can negotiate to classify them as Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status.
If you’re classified as CNC, the IRS will stop collection actions against you.
But your tax debt continues to accrue penalties and interest, and the IRS will apply any refund to the old tax debt. And if your financial situation changes, the IRS can remove you from CNC status.
If you are a business owner struggling with tax debt and feel like you have nowhere to turn, reach out to Attorney Sammy Kim now.
More About Tax Attorney Sammy Kim
I love what I do. Helping people resolve their tax debt and go back to experiencing ease in their work and personal life is truly gratifying.
I am a tax attorney in Fairfax, Va, who is admitted to practice law in Virginia and Washington, DC, and before the U.S. Tax Court.
I belong to many industry associations, including the American Bar Association, the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS), the Washington Council of Lawyers of the Washington Bar Association, and the Fairfax Bar Association.
I’m from South Korea originally, and I am fluent in Korean in addition to English.
Let’s talk about how I can help you solve your IRS and state tax problems now.
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