Trusted Parsippany-Troy Hills Tax Attorney Serving Individuals and Businesses in NJ
I have helped individuals and businesses avoid millions of dollars in tax liability. If you are facing a tax problem in Parsippany-Troy Hills and would like to speak with an attorney, call me at (201) 381-4472 for a free consultation.
I have known people to lose their homes and businesses to tax problems. I have known people to struggle for years under the thumb of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). I have known people to avoid the New Jersey Department of Taxation because they couldn’t pay, only to find out that they now owe even more than they did before.
I have also known people who have avoided losing their homes and businesses and who have found a way to overcome their issues with the IRS and New Jersey Department of Taxation. In fact, I still know many of these people personally – because they are my clients.
If you live in Parsippany-Troy Hills and are having tax problems, I want to hear from you. Not only am I one of the few people who actually finds tax issues interesting, but I am also one of the few Parsippany-Troy Hills Tax Attorney in NJ with a practice devoted exclusively to tax-related matters. I can help you find a cost-effective solution to your problem, and I can work with the IRS or New Jersey Department of Taxation on your behalf so that you can get back to your normal life.
“Brad helps make tax issues and concerns less daunting and does so with ease and professionalism. . . . I would recommend [him] to anyone looking for a trustworthy and knowledgeable tax attorney.” – Daniela Carbone
“Brad has helped me with numerous tax issues. . . . [I highly] recommend him.” – Jacob William
Tax Representation for Individuals and Businesses
As a seasoned Parsippany-Troy Hills Tax Attorney, my experience includes representing individuals and businesses in a broad range of tax issues involving the IRS and the New Jersey Department of Taxation. Call me today for a free consultation regarding:
- 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
Whenever I represent a client in a matter involving the IRS or the New Jersey Department of Taxation, my goal is always the same: to mitigate my client’s tax liability as fully, quickly, and cost-effectively as possible. From calculating strategic offers in compromise to negotiating the elimination of costly penalties, as a knowledgeable Parsippany-Troy Hills Tax Lawyer, I explore every opportunity for saving my client as much time, money, and stress as possible.
FAQs: Tax Controversies Involving the IRS and the New Jersey Department of Taxation
Q: What are the penalties for not filing your taxes?
If you did not file your taxes this year or if you have not filed for several years, you could be exposed to a variety of potential penalties. Not filing your tax returns is a crime. In addition to ultimately having to pay the taxes that you owe, you could also be charged interest, fines, and other penalties. If you are behind on filing your taxes, I can help you understand your situation and determine the best way for you to deal with the IRS and the New Jersey Department of Taxation.
Q: What are my options if I owe money to the IRS?
Contrary to popular belief, if you owe money to the IRS, you could potentially have a number of different options available. These options include:
- Seeking currently non-collectible (CNC) status
- Negotiating an installment agreement
- Submitting an offer in compromise
- Filing for personal or business bankruptcy
- Filing for innocent spouse relief
- Seeking penalty abatement
Learn more: 6 Options if You Owe Money to the IRS
Q: When should I deal with the IRS on my own, and when should I hire a tax attorney?
While it is certainly possible to handle some tax problems on your own, it will almost always be in your best interests to at least discuss your options with a Parsippany-Troy Hills Tax Attorney. The Internal Revenue Code is extraordinarily complicated. In order to understand how the law applies to your individual circumstances, you need to be familiar with the most recent court decisions interpreting the Internal Revenue Code as well.
I offer free, no-obligation 20-minute consultations to all potential clients. Why? Because I understand that you have questions you want answered before you hire an attorney. If I can help, I will be happy to be of service. If you decide to deal with the IRS on your own, that is completely up to you.
Contact Paladini Law
If you would like to schedule a free, 20-minute consultation, with myself an experienced Parsippany-Troy Hills Tax Attorney, I encourage you to get in touch. Call (201) 381-4472 from Parsippany-Troy Hills, or send me a message online and I will respond as soon as possible.