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If you are experiencing problems with the Internal Revenue Service, you may want to consider hiring a tax attorney to represent you before the IRS.  The IRS procedure and current tax code can be confusing and scary to individuals and businesses that are not familiar with it.  Thus, hiring a tax attorney may save you time and stress in addition to money depending upon the circumstances. When a tax attorney represents you, they will file a Power of Attorney (Form 2848) and can receive the same notices you receive.  Furthermore, when the Power of Attorney is filed, the IRS will contact your Power of Attorney first.  John McGuire is a tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm with offices in Denver and Golden Colorado.  As a tax attorney, John has represented clients before the IRS regarding the following issues & matters:

–          1040 Individual Income Tax Debts

–          941 Employment Tax Liabilities

–          941 Trust Fund Liabilities Assessed to Individuals

–          1120 Corporate Income Tax Debts

–          Individual Income Tax Audits

–          Corporate Income Tax Audits

–          Partnership Income Tax Audits

–          Substitute Filed Returns

–          Missing Tax Returns

–          IRS Installment Agreements & Payment Plans

–          IRS Offer in Compromise (Tax Settlement)

–          Federal Tax Lien Issues

–          Tax Lien- Certificate of Discharge

–          Tax Lien- Subordination Issues

–          Notices of Deficiency

–          US Tax Court Proceeding

In addition to his law degree, John obtained a specialized degree in taxation called an LL.M.  John applies his tax law knowledge on the above issues and when assisting clients with other tax and business matters.  You can contact The McGuire Law Firm to schedule a free consultation.

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