Tax. As your Ohio Tax Lawyer, it’s all that we do here at J. M. Sells Law.
You can group what we do as an Ohio tax lawyer into two buckets.
The first bucket your Ohio tax lawyer handles is back tax resolution.
The IRS or the State of Ohio says you owe tax – usually like a ton of tax. So your Ohio tax lawyer will step in and get it fixed with you paying little to no tax. We know all of the best Ohio and IRS tax relief programs.
IRS Fresh Start Back Tax Resolution
- IRS Offer in Compromise – the Best IRS Tax Relief Program
- Partial Payment Installment Agreement
- Currently Not Collectible Financial Hardship
- Penalty Abatement
- IRS Innocent Spouse Relief
- Levy Release
- Tax Lien Withdrawal
Ohio Tax Resolution
- Ohio Offer in Compromise
- Ohio Back Sales Tax Resolution
- Ohio Back CAT (Commercial Activity Tax) Resolution
- Ohio Attorney General (and Ohio Special Counsel) Tax Settlement
The second bucket your Ohio tax lawyer handles is tax audits.
The IRS or the State of Ohio says they “think” you should owe tax, and your Ohio tax lawyer has to convince them that they are wrong.
- IRS Itemized Deduction Audits
- IRS Self-employment (Schedule C) Audits
- IRS Payroll Audits
- IRS Trust Fund Recovery Penalty Assessments
- Tax Credit Audits (EIC, Child Tax Credit, etc.)
- Ohio Sales Tax Audits
- Ohio Employer Withholding Payroll Audits
- Ohio Residency Audits
Of course, with any of the tax relief cases that we do, there are often unfiled tax returns that must be taken care of first. Your Ohio tax lawyer can handle all types of unfiled tax returns, including catching up on unfiled delinquent tax returns. We can do amended tax returns as well.
IRS Fresh Start Program
Usually, about now, our clients are asking us if we do the IRS Fresh Start program. Short answer, yes.
The IRS Fresh Start initiative combines several different IRS tax relief programs, including the IRS Offer in Compromise. In 2011, the government made it easier to settle back tax through either an IRS Offer in Compromise, IRS installment agreement, or an IRS Currently Not Collectible Financial Hardship.
The next most significant question folks as our Ohio tax lawyer is whether the tax lien can be removed. Yep. Sure can.
But usually, it requires dealing with the actual IRS back tax first. Sometimes, there may be unique circumstances that can let us skate around that requirement to get that tax lien off of your record.
As you can see, we’ve got you covered if it has to do with IRS tax or Ohio tax. JMS Law is the premier Ohio tax law firm focused exclusively on IRS and Ohio tax. If you received a tax notice in the mail, call JMS law to discuss today. Call your Ohio tax lawyer at 330-331-7611 for a free case analysis today.