Experienced Mount Tax Attorney Serving Clients in NJ
Do you have a tax problem? If so, I can help. Call me at (201) 381-4472 for a free 20-minute consultation.
Dealing with a tax problem can be stressful. Receiving letters from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the New Jersey Department of Taxation, being accused of underpaying your taxes, wondering how you are going to pay what the government says you owe – these are all things that most people would do just about anything to avoid. Unfortunately, for many individuals and business owners in Mount Olive, this is reality and it is not a reality that will simply change on its own.
Are you facing a state or federal tax problem in Mount Olive, NJ? If so, I can help. I am a Mount Olive Tax Attorney who has years of experience representing individual and corporate clients in matters involving the IRS and the New Jersey Department of Taxation.
Simplifying Tax Issues and Finding Workable Solutions
If you are like most people, you are hesitant to speak with an attorney. You do not want your tax problem to become adversarial, and you do not want to go even further into debt with expensive legal fees. But, I can tell you this: Most people’s perceptions of attorneys are based on fictionalized made-for-TV accounts, not on real life.
As a Mount Olive Tax Attorney, my goal is to help resolve your tax issue as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. I have worked with hundreds of employees at the IRS and the New Jersey Department of Taxation, and I know what works – and what doesn’t – when it comes to making tax problems go away. When you hire my firm to represent you, I will work with you one-on-one to craft a personalized plan of attack. I will deal with the IRS or the New Jersey Department of Taxation on your behalf, and I will keep you fully informed while helping you make smart decisions every step of the way.
“Brad has helped me with numerous tax issues, and he’s probably the person most responsible for my mom being able to retire and keep her house. Highly recommend him to anyone with tax issues!” – Jacob William
Individual and Corporate Tax Representation in Mount Olive, NJ
My clients have ranged from individual taxpayers to large publicly-traded corporations. Regardless of how big or small your tax problem may be, I can help you achieve a favorable outcome. As a seasoned Mount Olive Tax Lawyer, I routinely represent individuals, families, and businesses in matters including:
- IRS Installment Agreements
- IRS Offers in Compromise
- IRS Audits
- New Jersey Department of Taxation Audits
- New Jersey Department of Taxation Payment Agreements
- Disclosure of Foreign Assets
- Payroll Taxes
Q&A with Mount Olive Tax Attorney Brad Paladini
Q: What if I tried to handle a tax audit myself and I am dissatisfied with the outcome?
If you tried to handle and IRS or New Jersey Department of Taxation audit on your own and you are dissatisfied with the outcome, you do not have to accept the outcome as your final result. You have the right to file an appeal – although you need to do so promptly. A significant portion of my practice involves representing clients in tax audit appeals.
Q: What if I agree with the outcome of my tax audit, but I can't pay what I owe?
Even if you agree with the outcome of your tax audit, it will still be worthwhile to have the IRS’s or New Jersey Department of Taxation’s conclusions reviewed by an experienced Mount Olive Tax Lawyer. But, if it turns out that the calculation of your tax liability is correct, you may still have a number of options for reducing or delaying payment on what you owe. I provided an overview of these options in: 6 Options if You Owe Money to the IRS.
Q: What should I do if I am behind on my company's payroll taxes?
Failure to make federal payroll tax deposits carries a 15 percent penalty. Business owners can be held personally liable for this penalty, and they can also face civil or criminal charges. As a result, if you believe that you may be behind on your company’s payroll taxes, it is important that you speak with a tax attorney immediately.
Q: Can the IRS place a lien on my property?
Yes, the IRS can place two types of liens on your property if you fall behind on your federal taxes. These are:
- Unfiled liens (or “secret liens”) that are only known to the IRS; and
- Filed liens, which are public record and will negatively impact your credit score.
If the IRS has placed a tax lien on your property or if you are behind on your taxes and are at risk for an IRS tax lien, I can help you evaluate the options you have available.
Get in Touch to Discuss Your Tax Problem in Confidence
For more information, please contact Paladini Law to schedule a free, 20-minute initial consultation. Call me, Mount Olive Tax Attorney Brad Paladini, at (201) 381-4472 or submit your information online and I will be in touch as soon as possible.