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When you need assistance in resolving a tax issue, you can rely on our experience and knowledge to efficiently and effectively respond to the IRS and find a reasonable resolution to your tax problem. The IRS and ADOR will not allow you to delay dealing with your tax problems. However, there is assistance that we

McFARLANE LAW-A Tax Law Firm is now a virtual law firm!
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With over 30 years of experience in Tax Audits, Appeals, Tax Court Litigation, Collection, and Payment Plan Negotiations, we can assist you or

Understanding the tax responsibilities that come with starting a business venture can save taxpayers money and help set them up for success. Contact your local tax attorney for advice and answers to help you through the process of starting a new business.

Here are five tips for new business owners.

Choose a business structure.


Taxpayers need to keep a careful eye on their IRS Notices. Many IRS Notices, many with statutory deadlines were dated during the IRS shut-down due to COVID-19, but not immediately mailed. Consequently, there are many IRS Notices with expired action dates.

The TaxpAyer Advocate stated that during the shutdown, the IRS generated more than 20

Generally, the answer is no. The exception is if the taxpayer owes child support arrearages.Under the CARES Act guidelines and subsequent direction, Economic Impact Payments/recovery rebates/stimulus checks cannot be offset to pay any debt except child support.

However, “normal” federal tax refunds remain fair game in the absence of an Offset Bypass Refund (OBR) request.