Tax Disputes: Audits & Litigation

We Help With IRS & State Tax Disputes

We represent clients with state and IRS disputes, such as responding to state and IRS notices, audits and appeals, and litigation.

IRS and state disputes can be time consuming, frustrating, and expensive. We put our clients first. Our goal is to resolve tax disputes at the lowest level possible, with an aim of achieving the best possible outcome for our clients in the shortest time possible.

We have the experience you need

We employ former IRS employees. We know tax procedures and audit, appeal and litigation processes. We also understand the motivations of IRS auditors, appeals officers and attorneys. This often allows us to achieve extraordinary results for our clients where other tax firms fall short. There is no substitute for this experience.

We have experience defending some of the largest tax disputes. We have experience defending several cases where the IRS had proposed several billion dollars in adjustments. This includes cases involving transfer pricing, accounting methods, tax losses, research tax credits, domestic production activities deductions, pension, financial products, and valuation issues.

We also have extensive experience with smaller cases. This includes cases involving substantiation, hobby losses, worker classification, and estate and gift tax issues.

At the state level, it includes business income and Franchise taxes and sales and use tax audits and appeals.

Why clients hire us

Many of our small business clients come to us after an examination notice with poor record-keeping. We get it. You’re busy running your business and keeping up with your cash flow. Accounting and tax are often at the bottom of your to-do list. We have Quickbooks certified professionals who can assist you in organizing your records quickly and then keeping you on the right track going forward.

Specifically clients hire us because of our:

  • Enviable track record of success
  • First-hand knowledge of IRS procedures
  • Advanced audit and appeal and resolution techniques

Need more information?

Contact us to see how we can help with your tax dispute.