Legal Counsel For IRS Collections: Liens, Levies And Seizures
Tax Counsel Regarding IRS Tax Collection Activity: Liens, Levies and Seizures
If your company owes money to the IRS then you can expect collection activity. If the amount is manageable then your best course of action is to call the IRS and agree to an installment agreement for the liability to be paid off within 12 months. If you cannot afford to pay off the liability within 12 months (or are accruing further liability such as payroll tax liability) then you need an action plan to defend against the expected IRS revenue officer and his/her collection activity.
We understand that an IRS lien might have devastating effects to your business. An IRS levy on your bank account might also lead to not making payroll or rent. You do not want to find yourself in this position. It is easy and understandable to focus on increasing revenue to resolve the problem, but IRS collection activity (liens, levies and seizures) will prevent that course of action from being successful.
If you are faced with this situation, you need an experienced tax attorney to immediately focus on your tax problems. You need to hire the best tax attorney at this time. Contact Robert T. Leonard, Esq., CPA (inactive), to represent you for your tax problems. You can expect Mr. Leonard to resolve this matter to your satisfaction.
How Do I Contact Your Firm To Learn More?
Call us at 818-485-2115 to schedule a free, confidential attorney consultation. During your consultation, you will meet directly with lawyer and CPA (inactive) Rob Leonard, who will provide you with customized advice based on your specific circumstances. We represent clients located in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, as well as in other parts of California and throughout the nation.