With the IRS, it is the other way around. The burden of proof is usually on the taxpayer. If a Revenue Agent auditing your tax return thinks you under reported your income or over reported your expenses, it is up to you to prove you did not. It can be difficult to prove a negative,…Details
Experience dealing with the IRS
As an experienced tax attorney, my associates and I deal with the IRS on a regular basis, and we have the knowledge and experience to advise you of options for resolving your tax problems. The IRS officers’ actions and advice are in the governments’ best interest.
You deserve someone working on your behalf to protect your interests. IRS problems do not go away unless they are dealt with. In fact, they only get worse the longer you wait to have them taken care of, with penalties and interest being added daily.