The IRS is an often dreaded agency within our government. However, it is also a great resource of information for taxpayers. Instead of becoming stressed out over your tax concerns, you can refer to the IRS website to gain insight into your particular tax situation.
The IRS website provides a wealth of information and resources. You can find almost anything you can think of that is IRS law and tax related on their website. Therefore, it is important for you to refer to the IRS as a primary source for information about taxes.
While it is always a good idea to do a basic search of the web to find out simplified information about your taxes, you can easily find everything you need right on the IRS site. You can refer to their Frequently Asked Questions (http://www.irs.gov/Help-&-Resources/Tools-&-FAQs/FAQs-for-Individuals/Frequently-Asked-Tax-Questions-&-Answers) page and find answers to the most common questions people have about the IRS and their taxes.
At J. DiMauro Law, we understand how complicated taxes can be for our clients. In addition to the IRS website, you can also find answers to many of your questions right from our own website. As always, we are here to personally help you with any questions you may still have after reviewing the IRS site and our site.
We know that everyone’s situation is different and we are prepared to help you through your IRS concerns from start to finish. Our services include a full range of IRS Law services including IRS representation, IRS criminal matters and DRS (state) representation. While the IRS website is a great starting point for information, there may come a time when you need to rely on our experience to help you through your tax questions or problems.
Whether you are facing IRS Audits and Appeals, IRS Collection Resolutions, IRS Collection Methods, Collection Due Process Hearings or Unfiled Tax Returns, we are here to help. Contact us today!