Cramer Legal, LLC
We Solve Tax Problems
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Tax Controversies

We Solve Tax Problems

 
 

Don't Fight the IRS Alone

Our Three-Phase Approach to Solving Tax Problems

Phase I: Analysis

The first phase involves research and analysis of your tax situation so we can develop options to fix it.

Phase II: Compliance

The second phase is to bring you into compliance with the tax laws and file any missing tax returns.

Phase III: Resolution

The final phase involves choosing the best tax resolution tool to help you minimize and deal with any tax debt that you may owe.

 

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Taxpayer Representation and Tax Collections Defense

We have helped may clients with a wide range of tax problems such as these:

  • Unfiled Tax Returns
  • Tax Audits
  • Tax Liens
  • Tax Levies
  • Garnishments
  • Revenue Officers
  • Tax Litigation

Don't take on the IRS or other tax agencies by yourself, the cards are stacked against you. Get help from a professional with experience fighting for taxpayers.


Negotiation and Resolution of Tax Debt

We have significant experience with the following tax resolution tools, among others:

  • Installment Agreements
  • Innocent Spouse/Injured Spouse Claims
  • Offers in Compromise
  • Penalty Abatement
  • State and Local Tax Issues
  • Taxes and Bankruptcy
  • Tax Court Litigation
  • Tax Refund Lawsuits

If you have a tax problem, or a tax situation that you fear will become a tax problem, contact us so we can discuss your options and develop a strategy to get you some peace.

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Tax Audit Defense

We know that it can be terrifying to receive an audit notice from the IRS or other tax agency. Whether it is for income tax, employment tax, sales tax, or any other matter, you need an experienced partner to guide you through the process.

The Auditor’s report is never the final say in the matter. We approach each audit with an eye toward appeal. When an audit is unfair, we appeal it. We can take your case to the IRS Office of Appeals, and even to U.S. Tax Court or the U.S. Court of Appeals if necessary.

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