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Georgia Department of Revenue believed the Taxpayer owed a total balance of $4,099,637.
Our team was able to provide supporting documentation to correct the liability to bring the balance down to $10,496.
Taxpayer received a Notice of Deficiency in the amount of $4,302,179 from the Internal Revenue Service.
We ﬁled a tax court case and successfully received a npo change decision resulting in the Taxpayer owing zero additional tax and saving $4,302,179.
Taxpayer, a corporation, received a penalty assessment of $3,531,860 for not ﬁling information returns under the Affordable Care Act.
Our team successfully argued a reasonable cause abatement request resulting in removal of the penalties in the amount of $3,531,860.
“As a CPA, I have worked closely with Alyssa to help with my clients' complicated tax issues. She is very honest, detailed, and responsive and will hold a client's hand until the issue is resolved and provide honest and clear advice along the way. I've seen her greatly reduce client's tax liabilities.”
“From the moment I started working with Alyssa, my distress & blood pressure decreased and my confidence increased that all of this would be okay! Super smart, very knowledgeable, and just delightful to work with. I'm so relieved and encouraged!”
“Alyssa and her team were fast, to the point and so professional with handling an issue I had with the IRS! She promised that the situation would be handled and in just a few short weeks she delivered on that promise. Thank you so much!”
“I find this attorney to be very honest and willing to assist her clients by guiding them in the right direction. I would recommend her to anyone that has a question on matters of her expertise. She is very knowledgeable and a pleasure to work with.”
“Alyssa is an amazing attorney! She is knowledgeable, efficient, and effective! Also, she is quick to respond, extremely pleasant, and very reassuring. We are so grateful for her expertise and help! Highly recommend!”
“Alyssa has helped me and my parents with an overwhelming tax issue. Something we never thought could be done. She's so kind, patient, thorough and knows tax law. I'd recommend her 100% to anyone when it comes to dealing with the IRS.”
“When I first spoke to Alyssa I was facing an IRS Audit for two years at the same time and felt extremely overwhelmed. Alyssa outlined a solid approach and was very easy to talk to and understand. My tax liabilities were brought down by 50%.”
“I was reluctant to reach out due to all the previous calls to other offices who where going to charge me more than what I owed on my taxes. I spoke with the Alyssa, she was very nice and it did not feel like a sales call. She helped me understand the type of letter I received and patient assisting me.”
“If you need legal assistance with your taxes, I strongly recommend Alyssa. Receiving a large tax notice from the IRS was very scary. Alyssa’s calm and level-headed demeanor helped ease my concerns. She responded quickly to my questions and knew just what to do.”
Taxpayer died without a will and the family scrambled to timely file an estate tax return. The family was improperly informed the estate could file an extension when not second extension was available based on the facts in their case. This resulted in a late ﬁling penalty of $339,222. In addition to the penalty the IRS also initiated an audit and proposed an increase of tax liability in the amount of $5,107,477.00.
We were able to defend the audit, remove the penalty, and reduce the tax liability by $3,631,738.
Taxpayer was a silent investor/partner in a business that failed to pay employment taxes. The Internal Revenue Service believed he was a responsible person and attempted to assess the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty against him in the amount of $93,568.
We were able to prove that Taxpayer was not a responsible person and the amount of $93,568 was abated.
Taxpayer was a return preparer who was audited due to a high number of refundable credits and schedule C items on taxpayer's returns. Taxpayer had represented himself throughout the audit and ﬁled his tax court case himself in an attempt to prove he should not be held liable for civil penalties.
We took over Taxpayer's tax court case, defeated summary judgment, and proved the Internal Revenue Service failed to provide the Taxpayer procedural due process resulting in the IRS dropping the civil penalties in the amount of $122,951.
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Taxpayer owed over $66,623 for back taxes and was unable to pay.
We ﬁled an Offer In Compromise on the Taxpayer's behalf and settled their entire tax liability for a one time payment of $25, resulting in savings of $66,598.00.
Taxpayer was an independent contractor working with a client that had a large payroll tax liability. The Internal Revenue Service assessed him as a responsible person and assessed the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty in the amount of $206,518.90.
We ﬁled an Appeal and were able to get the entire $206,518.90 liability reversed.
Taxpayer owed over $156,435 in back taxes and was unable to pay.
We ﬁled an Offer In Compromise on the Taxpayer's behalf and settled his entire tax liability for a one time payment of $18,000 resulting in a savings of $138,435.79.
Taxpayer owed $247,891 for civil penalties and was unable to pay.
We ﬁled an Offer In Compromise on the Taxpayer's behalf and settled his entire tax liability for a lump sum payment of $4,625 resulting in savings of $243,266.