Contesting IRS Decisions
Tax court allows you the opportunity to contest actions or decisions of the IRS that may then be corrected, saving you a great deal of money and hardship. Most often, taxpayers utilize their right to go to tax court following an unfavorable audit outcome, but there are many other situations in which you may wish to have your case reviewed. If you are engaged in a dispute with the IRS or are concerned about an ongoing IRS action regarding your taxes, contact a Miami tax lawyer right away. Inflexible rules only allow you 30 days to have your appeal granted following the conclusion of your audit.
Fortunately, in most cases the law allows you to dispute your tax bill before having to pay it. In certain cases, taxpayers may choose to have their case conducted under the simplified small tax case procedure. These are generally less formal and more swiftly resolved but do not allow for appeal. You attorney can help you to determine your best course of action depending on your circumstances.
Board Certified Tax Lawyer
At the Law Office of A. Antonio Tomas, P.A., we understand that the idea of taking your case to tax court may seem frightening or overwhelming. Rest assured there is no need for concern in taking advantage of this option, especially when you have a Board Certified Tax Lawyer representing you. Attorney Tomas is proud to hold that distinction and works hard to give his clients the benefit of his status as an expert in tax law. Many cases can be settled by mutual agreement without having to proceed to trial, but where this is necessary, our founding attorney will fight tenaciously for a just a legal conclusion to your case.
Contact a Miami tax attorney from the firm for professional advice regarding the option of taking your case with the IRS to tax court.