Why Go To Tax Court?
Matters Heard in Miami Tax Courts
Going to tax court can be the best course of action when you believe a tax issue if worthy of dispute. With skillful representation by the right attorney, you can increase your chances of a positive resolution to your case which may save you or your business vast sums of money. Tax court gives you the opportunity to have reviewed IRS decisions you believe to be unfair or illegal.
These may concern such matters as:
- Notices of deficiency
- Notices of transferee liability
- Readjustment and adjustment or partnership items
- Failure to abate interest
- Administrative costs
- Worker classification
- Certain types of declaratory judgment
- Relief from joint or several liability on a joint return
- Specific collection actions
Filing a petition for your case to be heard in Tax Court in most cases postpones the necessity of payment for alleged taxes due. This allows you to have the matter more thoroughly addressed before you struggle to pay a tax bill which may well be in error.
Contact a Miami tax attorney to learn more!
At the Tomas Kaw Firm, you will receive the help of an attorney dedicated to fighting for you and the best resolution possible in your case. As a Board Certified Tax Lawyer, Mr. Tomas has been acknowledged by the Supreme Court of Florida as having "special knowledge, skills and proficiency in your practice area, as well as character, ethics and a reputation for professionalism in the practice of law." Not only is he a specialist in tax law, he is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). This gives you the benefit of his financial expertise coupled with his thorough command of the relevant laws that can protect you and your finances.
If you feel the IRS has ruled unfairly against you, contact a Miami tax lawyer regarding the option of going to tax court.
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