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There aren’t many people who would say they enjoy filing taxes. If this sounds like you, you may be looking for solutions when you need to file an extension, have a tax question, or have changes to your tax filing status.  One important way that you can ensure your tax filing goes well each year is to work with a tax attorney who is knowledgeable about the many different aspects of tax law that may apply to your situation.

A Tax Attorney Can Handle Your Pressing Tax Concerns

A tax attorney is a great resource because they will be up-to-date with the latest tax law changes, know how to represent you when you have tax penalties, and will be sure to offer you as many options as possible to make your tax filing successful.  Furthermore, should you need to speak with the IRS about your tax filing for the current or previous years, your tax attorney can represent you and develop the best case in your defense.

You may be wondering about the differences between a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) and a tax attorney. While a CPA is qualified complete your taxes for you and answer questions about your financial status, a tax attorney is qualified to provide expert legal advice related to your tax filing.  Whether you are an individual tax filer or a business owner, a tax attorney can work with you to ensure that your tax concerns are handled appropriately.

If you have questions about working with a tax attorney, are looking for tax solutions, or are anticipating a visit from the IRS, contact us at Bennett Guthrie PLLC. today to schedule a consultation.  We promise to provide you with the attention you deserve, discuss all of your options, and represent you for the best possible outcomes.