During Mr. Fromm’s thirty-eight years as a tax lawyer dealing with many taxing authorities, he has gained valuable insight, experience and understanding of how the various taxing authorities operate and the procedural steps required before these taxing bodies to help ensure his clients are being properly represented before the various federal, state and local tax agencies.
Over the years this firm has represented clients before the IRS, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia taxing authorities.
The best advice to be offered is to contact your tax attorney as soon as you get a notice from the IRS, Pennsylvania or Philadelphia. Never ignore tax notices.
The second best advice is to contact your tax attorney before you attempt to speak or negotiate with a tax examiner or auditor or go to an IRS, Pennsylvania or Philadelphia tax audit.
For a discussion of various tax issues please see Income Taxes and Income Tax Planning Articles.
For insights on what to do when you get an IRS letter please read IRS Letter: Did You Get a Letter in the Mail from the IRS? Here is What You Need to Do
For an article on the new IRS Fresh Start Program for unemployed taxpayers and changes to installment agreements click IRS Fresh Start Program.
You can also learn about offers in compromise by reading Offer in Compromise: IRS Streamlined Offer-In-Compromise Program
For ways to avoid getting audited in the first place please read IRS Tax Audits Triggers: Do Not Shoot Yourself In The Foot