On August 24, 2022, the IRS announced (Notice 2022-36) that it will not impose late filing penalties for specific types of individual and business tax returns for taxable years 2019 and 2020 in an effort to alleviate its processing backlog and provide additional support to those affected by COVID-19.
We understand that disputes with tax authorities can be a challenging and often emotional period that requires an experienced advisor at your side. Our experts are dedicated to resolving your tax disputes efficiently. We will help you navigate the challenging process and make it as painless as possible.
The Prager Metis team of tax controversy professionals will work collaboratively with you to mitigate your risks and help you achieve the best possible outcome, providing you Peace of Mind.
We use a team approach that focuses our decades of experience, education and expertise to provide excellent service to our clients in a compassionate, professional and reliable manner, with a sense of urgency. When you call our Tax Controversy Department at 732-274-1600, a real person answers! We carry out our work and our relationships with integrity, while passionately representing our clients and looking out for their best interests.
Imagine if you will, coming into our office overwhelmed and anxious about your personal or business tax issues. Maybe you are facing a bank levy? Possibly a garnishment? How are we going to help you deal with that? During our first meeting, we will get to the real issues impacting you, talk about alternative solutions and provide a customized, written plan of action to take with you when you leave. Having that plan, knowing that you are in good hands, will provide you with peace of mind.
Many of the suspensions and extensions that were put in place during the pandemic relating to tax notices and collection efforts have been lifted. Robbin Caruso offered her insight regarding what this means for individuals and businesses who owe taxes to the IRS in this Accounting Today article
Robbin E. Caruso was recently featured in Sound Dollars “How to Make Tax Filing Easier”. Robbin discusses how to efficiently prepare for this year’s tax deadline by being organized, setting aside the appropriate time to do your taxes and that tax rules have changed since previous years
Am I able to sell my property if the IRS has a lien on it? Yes, you can. E. Martin Davidoff, CPA, Esq., Partner of Prager Metis, was featured on Forbes.com explaining the ins and outs of selling your property with an IRS lien on it. Find out what you need to do, what you cannot do, and how we can help.
With calls to the IRS reaching record levels during tax season, excessively long hold times have become the norm. This can create real issues for tax professionals who need regular access to IRS services.
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