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If you’re facing a tax dispute, the last thing you want to do is go it alone. The experts at SD Associates, P.C. have 35 years of experience resolving tax disputes and can help you get the best possible outcome. We offer a wide range of tax dispute resolutions services to help you maximize your cash flow and minimize your tax liability. Get in touch with our team of professional tax experts today to learn more about tax dispute resolutions in Bucks County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia.
The first step in resolving a tax dispute is to contact the IRS or state tax agency and explain the situation. If you’re unable to reach an agreement, the next step is to file an appeal. The appeals process can be complex, so it’s important to have an experienced tax professional on your side.
Our litigation specialists at SD Associates, P.C. can help you navigate your tax dispute with ease. We’ll take an in-depth look at your records to guide you through your defense or appeal. If you’re taking your case to court, we’ll provide your legal representation with the information and guidance they require.
SD Associates, P.C. offers a wide range of tax dispute resolutions services, including:
With tax laws and regulations constantly in flux, you want to know that you have experts on your side who strive to stay at the forefront of tax methodology. When you hire SD Associates, P.C. to help resolve your tax dispute, you’ll benefit from our experience, knowledge, and resources. We have a team of tax professionals who are well-versed in the tax code and know how to navigate the tax dispute process. We also have access to the latest tax software and technology, which allows us to resolve your dispute quickly and efficiently.
What is a tax dispute?
A tax dispute is a disagreement between a taxpayer and the IRS or state tax agency over the amount of taxes owed. Tax disputes can arise for a variety of reasons, including incorrect information on your tax return, misclassification of income, and failure to pay taxes. You can appeal a decision made by the IRS, or the IRS may audit your tax return and determine that you owe additional taxes. Both businesses and individuals can file an appeal for a tax decision.
How do I file an appeal?
If you disagree with a decision made by the IRS or state tax agency, you have the right to file an appeal. The appeals process begins with filing a formal notice of appeal, which must be done within 30 days of the original decision. Once your appeal is filed, you will have a hearing in front of an Appeals Officer, who will review your case and make a final decision.
What if I can’t pay my taxes?
If you owe taxes and are unable to pay, the IRS or state tax agency may be able to work with you to establish a payment plan. You may also be eligible for an offer in compromise, which would allow you to settle your tax debt for less than the full amount owed. If you are facing financial hardship, you may be able to request a temporary delay in payment.
What are the penalties for not paying taxes?
If you owe taxes and do not pay, the IRS or state tax agency may charge interest and penalties on the unpaid amount. The IRS or state tax agency may also file a notice of federal tax lien, which could damage your credit score and make it difficult to obtain financing in the future. In extreme cases, you may be subject to criminal charges for tax evasion.
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Wide client base: Our clients come from a variety of industries and professions. No matter what your business or profession, we have the experience and knowledge to help with your tax dispute or litigation. We have served small local businesses, large corporations, and individual taxpayers.
Personalized service: We take the time to get to know each of our clients on a personal level. This allows us to provide tailored solutions that address your specific needs and help you get the best results possible.
Accessibility: We strive to make ourselves accessible to our clients when they need us most. Our team promptly responds to all emails, and we are always available for a phone call if you need advice or have a question. You’ll never have to wonder if your records are up to date or if your tax return has been submitted.
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If you’re facing a tax dispute, don’t go it alone. The experts at SD Associates, P.C. can help you resolve your dispute and get the best possible outcome. We serve clients throughout the tristate area, including Bucks County, Montgomery County, the city of Philadelphia, and the surrounding areas. Whether you’re facing a financial audit by the IRS or battling a legal accusation, we can guide you through the process. Contact us today to speak with one of our tax litigation experts or to schedule a consultation.
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