The IRS has strong powers when it comes to collecting taxes. If it deems it necessary, the IRS can seize bank accounts, private property and other assets to satisfy tax debts. If you are subject to a tax lien or levy however, you are not without options. It may be possible to forestall an IRS collection action and appeal it within the IRS or the court system.
Massachusetts Tax Levy Lawyer
Theodore L. Craft has more than 30 years experience in the IRS and as a private tax lawyer. Mr. Craft has a record of success in forestalling tax collection efforts and in getting tax liabilities reduced.
Contact attorney Theodore L. Craft for a consultation about your case.
Successful Collection Forbearance Strategies
If it can be demonstrated to the IRS that suspending a lien or levy can enhance the agency's prospects of obtaining the taxes owed, it can place the taxpayer in a stronger negotiating position. This strategy can be effective, but false promises will not do. The key is to show real evidence that the IRS can eventually get all or at least some of the money it is owed — and that you are sincere in your desire to cooperate with the IRS.
Theodore L. Craft, an experienced Massachusetts tax levy attorney, has the expertise needed to analyze the facts in your case and develop an effective negotiation strategy. In your case, you will have the security of knowing that an experienced and credible attorney is doing everything possible to get results for you.
Learn more about:
- IRS tax collections
- Trust fund taxes
- Collection due process appeals
- IRS pursuing case income businesses
Tax appeals are expensive. Generally speaking, Theodore L. Craft only takes tax appeal cases in which more than $100,000 is at stake.
Contact a Boston IRS Tax Collection Lawyer
For a consultation about a tax collection appeal, contact Theodore L. Craft or call 888-TAX-RISK (829-7475) today to talk with Theodore L. Craft..