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Five Things a Tax Lawyer Can Do So You Don’t Have To

Do-it-yourself projects continue to increase in popularity, especially when you can go online and find helpful videos and guides to accomplish just about anything. However, dealing with the Internal Revenue Service and figuring out all the tax statutes that apply to your situation is not something you should attempt independently. DIY tax hacks can jeopardize your financial stability, livelihood, and, potentially, your freedom.

At Jeffrey M. Rosenblum, P.C., we want you to keep your weekend warrior status, but not when it comes to taxes. Enlisting the help of an experienced tax attorney can save you time, money, and a massive headache down the road. We’ve got a list of five things a tax lawyer can do for you so you don’t have to handle them alone.

#1 – Tackling an IRS Audit

No government agency strikes fear into average Americans’ hearts like the IRS, and for good reason. Surviving an IRS audit can be stressful, time-consuming, and overwhelming. Never attempt to handle an audit alone. If you are going up against the IRS, you need the resources and experience a tax lawyer can bring.

#2 – Setting Up Your Business

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Are you thinking of starting your own business or LLC? Then you need help from a tax attorney to get started. Do-it-yourself online forms seem like a fast and easy way to set up your business. However, without solid advice from a tax attorney, you could set your business and yourself up for failure. You can avoid common business tax pitfalls and prepare for success by discussing tax planning strategies with a skilled tax lawyer.

#3 – Considering Estate Planning Tax Considerations

Protect yourself and your legacy by discussing estate planning with a knowledgeable tax lawyer. It can be challenging to plan for your family’s future, but having an estate plan that outlines your wishes is the best way to protect you and your family. Clever estate planning can help your heirs and beneficiaries avoid paying unnecessary taxes after your death. However, estate planning can be confusing. Should you place assets in a trust? Who should you name as the executor of your will and estate? Can your will be challenged in court? Safeguard the future of your beneficiaries and discuss your unique situation with a tax lawyer.

#4 – Handling State and Local Tax Disputes

Minor state and local tax disputes can snowball into massive tax problems. Contact a tax lawyer before you attempt to deal with local and state agencies. A tax attorney can help you meet these legal challenges head-on and represent you in any of these situations.

  • Tax audits
  • Tax appeals
  • Personal income tax
  • Energy tax
  • Corporate franchise tax
  • Other tax disputes 

#5 – Avoiding Criminal Changes

Local, state, and federal tax agencies are serious about getting their money. If you make errors on your tax returns that result in failure to pay taxes or other tax disputes, you can’t afford not to consult with an experienced tax attorney. An attorney understands the adverse effects that can result from tax violations and can strategize the best ways to mitigate these effects.

Arrange a Free Tax Attorney Consultation Today

There are times when a do-it-yourself approach can save you time and money. Navigating the complicated U.S. tax system is not one of those times. At Jeffrey M. Rosenblum, P.C., our founding lawyer has over forty years of tax law experience in New York. We can protect your rights and help you navigate the most common and complex tax issues.

Arrange a free initial consultation with a knowledgeable Rockville Centre, New York, tax lawyer today to discuss your unique tax situation.


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