Tax Relief & Controversy


We assist in working toward resolving tax controversies and identifying tax relief options by providing representation before the IRS and NC Department of Revenue (NCDOR), as well as before U.S. Tax Court, and federal and state courts if necessary.

 At every step we work toward resolving tax issues in the most efficient, cost-effective, and non-contentious manner while allowing our clients to focus on their day-to-day, business, and personal lives without needless distraction while maximizing client due process rights and opportunities for relief.

We offer an array of services for business owners including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Personal & Small Business Tax Debt Issues
  • Audit Defense & Representation – Federal & State
  • Federal & State Compliance Issues
  • Employee/Contractor Classification Issues
  • Payroll Tax Issues
  • Employment Taxes & Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TRFP)
  • Assistance with Business Tax & Regulatory Compliance
  • Automated Under-Reported CP2000
  • Tax Court Petitions / Appeals – Litigation
  • IRS Tax Liens
  • IRS Tax Lien Releases
  • IRS Levies
  • IRS Bank Levy Releases
  • Wage Garnishment Releases
  • Innocent Spouse Relief
  • Injured Spouse Relief
  • Offer in Compromise
  • Installment Agreements
  • Currently Not Collectable Status
  • Penalty Abatements
  • Payroll Tax Resolution
  • Foreign Account Disclosures
  • IRS Fresh Start Program


            Transparent Fees

Flat Fees – Offered Whenever Possible

The client chooses hourly, flat, or contingent fee (availability dependent on the complexity of the matter)

Hourly Rate Matters*

  • Audits (Simple vs. Comprehensive – Rate may be hourly or flat depending on complexity)
  • IRS Appeals
  • U.S. Tax Court Litigation
  • Special Projects

* Some matters require limited consultation for resolution.

Contingent Fee Matters*

  • Tax disputes and litigations
  • Penalty abatement cases

*Availability dependent on complexity of matter


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