Most of us would love to avoid filing taxes or paying them, but that is the price of being a citizen. Filing taxes is the last thing anyone wants to do, but ignoring your taxes or failing to file on time can result in legal consequences that, in extreme cases, can lead to incarceration.
Personal taxes can be complicated, especially if the individual filing is self-employed if they have healthcare expenses and Obamacare subsidies or are paying off a mortgage or student loans. If your personal taxes are complex, we encourage you to consult with a tax specialist before you ignore your taxes.
While personal taxes can be complicated, business taxes can be mind-boggling and should be handled by someone who understands intricacies of small-business and corporate taxes. A tax attorney in Kentucky can help with all your business tax needs and help you resolve any issues that you encounter.
Because the American tax code is so complex, it is easy for an individual to make a mistake that results in financial penalties or being flagged for an audit of your federal or Kentucky state taxes. If you subjected to an audit, you will benefit from the representation of a tax attorney in Kentucky. They can assist you with a range of issue, so if you receive a notice for any of the following issues, consult with an attorney:
Failure to file
Final notice which can result in a levy or notice of a hearing
Notice of default of installment agreement
Getting a notice from the IRS is nerve-wracking and worrying because there can be heavy penalties and in some cases, a person can face tax evasion charges. There is an extensive list of reasons why people get into trouble the with IRS or Kentucky Department of Revenue. Regardless of why you didn’t file and how much you owe, to can benefit from having a tax attorney on your side.
If you receive a notice from the IRS or Kentucky Department of Revenue, USAttorneys recommends you consult with a tax attorney near your location before you speak to a tax agent for the federal government of the state.
Kentucky Department of Revenue:
501 High St, Frankfort, KY 40601
600 West Cedar Street, Louisville, KY 40202
IRS in Kentucky:
IRS -Taxpayer Advocate Service
201 W Rivercenter Blvd, Covington, KY 41011
US Internal Revenue Service
2530 Scottsville Rd, Bowling Green, KY 42104
After receiving a tax notice, contact a lawyer and see what steps you should take next. The IRS and Kentucky Department of Revenue can levy your wages or bank accounts, so you have to address any notices in a timely fashion. USAttorneys can connect you with a tax lawyer in Kentucky to look over your notice and help you decide how to resolve your case. We have an experienced legal team who will do everything in their power to resolve your case as quickly and for as small of an amount as possible.