San Diego Tax LawyerDavid S. Greenberg Shows You How to Keep the IRS from Ruining Your Life!
It's essential that you take the first step to achieve the PEACE OF MIND that's within your reach!
As you navigate through this website, David S. Greenberg introduces you to a number of proven methods that give you the opportunity to resume a normal financial life... a life without the haunting fear of the IRS that keeps many people awake at night. You'll also learn how to obtain a Free copy of my Special Reports. David S. Greenberg is a leading authority on effective IRS problem solving and a tax attorney representing people in San Diego and surrounding areas. His work includes numerous articles and special reports as follows:
- How small business owners can and must protect their business
- Five secrets every small business person must know
- How to keep the IRS from ruining your life
- What the IRS never told you
When the IRS comes knocking on your door, or sends you a very troubling notice, there are a number of legal and effective means available to:
- protect yourself from enforced collection; and
- insure that the tax you pay is limited to the minimum you are legally obligated to pay.
Most people have at least one credit card for which a payment is made on a monthly basis. Interest accrues on the unpaid credit card balance until paid in full.
If you find yourself in a situation where you cannot immediately full pay an income tax balance, the IRS has available a payment plan program just like your credit card payment arrangement whereby interest accrues on the unpaid balance.
A payment plan request can be submitted in writing by submitting IRS Form 9465 or by contacting the IRS Collection Division by phone.
Depending upon the amount of your unpaid balance, the IRS may require the submission of financial declaration on IRS Form 433-A.
Submission of a proper, complete and accurate financial declaration is absolutely essential. Supporting documents which substantiate the numbers on the form will be required.
There are many traps for the unwary in negotiating a payment plan. One such problem arises when you personally agree to a monthly payment when you could actually be eligible for the status of “Currently not Collectible.”
Additionally, the Collection Statute of Limitations should be carefully considered as well as whether to invoke your right to a Collection Due Process Hearing.
Our San Diego tax attorney considers those issues as well as many other in structuring a payment plan for you, once it’s been determined that a payment plan is the best option available to you.
Our first step in undertaking representation on your behalf is to fully identify all available options. We then explain to you in detail the pros and cons of each option so that you can make an informed decision as to how you wish to proceed. We will make a recommendation as to what we feel is the best option, but the decision is yours to make.Offer in Compromise
For many taxpayers, an Offer in Compromise can very well be the best option.
There are many late night advertisers who, without knowing anything about your situation, encourage you to pay them for services that could very lead to a dead end for you.
Our office has a very high success rate with Offers in Compromise because we carefully evaluate eligibility and then put together the terms and conditions that will generate an acceptance of the Offer by the IRS.
As is the case with installment payment arrangements, there are many traps for the unwary.
Careful consideration must be given to:
- how the submission of an Offer in Compromise impacts the running of the Collection Statute of Limitations;
- the best strategy of when to request a Collection Due Process Hearing; and
- the best approach to appealing a rejection of the Offer.
A successful Offer in Compromise involves far more than just filling out forms. Details of everything that must be done to get an Offer accepted appear in “King’s Guide to Offer in Compromise,” for which I was the legal editor.
Call our office at (619) 501-5251 for a Free Consultation that could change your life!Payroll Taxes
Many businesses find themselves in a situation where unforeseen expenses and/or revenue shortfalls make it very difficult to remit timely payroll tax deposits.
If the problem is not addressed in a timely manner, the end result could be the IRS putting a padlock on the business and seizing business assets and bank accounts.
Even if your payroll tax balance is more than you can afford to pay in full, there are many effective strategies that can be utilized to allow your business to continue.
If you wish to schedule a free consultation, I can explain in detail the effective strategies available to keep your business open.
Call our office at (619) 501-5251 for a Free Consultation with a San Diego tax lawyer that could change your life!Discharge of Tax and Bankruptcy
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing can be a very powerful and effective strategy in dealing with income tax liabilities. It’s one of the many options available in dealing with a tax balance that you can’t afford to pay in full.
Very important considerations include (1) the timing of a bankruptcy filing, and (2) the coordination of the filing with other tax remedies.
In order to determine if and when a bankruptcy filing is in your best interest, we conduct a detailed analysis of pertinent financial and legal factors to insure that a bankruptcy filing will generate the maximum beneficial impact for you.
Call our office at (619) 501-5251 for a Free Consultation with a tax lawyer in the San Diego area that could change your life!Audits
The IRS has 3 years from the due date of a tax return to audit your return.
The time limitation is extended to 6 years is there has been a 25% understatement of income, and there is no time limitation if the tax return is fraudulent.
In the audit process, the IRS wants to see documents which substantiate the figures in the tax return.
In the event that if such documents have been destroyed or are otherwise unavailable, there are legal strategies available to satisfy the IRS auditor.
In the event that the auditor arrives at incorrect conclusions, there are appeal remedies available, including the filing of a petition with the U.S. Tax Court.
We can guide you through the audit process to insure that your tax liability is kept to a minimum.Innocent Spouse Relief
If your former spouse has left you holding the bag for a tax liability that you previously had known nothing about, you may very well be able to obtain relief from the liability if you qualify as an Innocent Spouse.
We can explain exactly what you need to establish your entitlement to relief, and if you qualify, we guide you through the process to keep your exposure to a minimum.
Find out right now, without cost to you, whether or not you qualify for innocent spouse or equitable relief. Call for a Free Consultation with a tax attorney based in San Diego!
And if the IRS is breathing down your neck and you need immediate help, or if you've just reached the point where you've had enough and can't take it any more, call me or fill out the online form for a Free Office Consultation.