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 The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the revenue collection arm for the federal government. Therefore, the federal agency is a division of the Department of the Treasury and is headed by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, who is appointed by the President of the United States for a term of five years. The IRS is responsible for the collection and enforcement of taxes under the Internal Revenue Code, the primary federal tax law in the United States.

Tax attorneys at the United States Department of the Treasury are specialists in the field, handling a wide range of legal issues related to tax law. They are familiar with the complexities of the federal tax system, and the majority of them are knowledgeable about the tax regulations of at least one state. Tax attorneys can assist you before and after your contact with the IRS to resolve tax matters. They are capable of handling the following circumstances:

1.     Research cases: Tax attorneys investigate IRS cases to identify errors and determine how to correct them. They are familiar with the documents that need examination, where to look for issues, and how to respond to IRS notices.

2.     Communication with the IRS: For taxpayers, communicating with IRS officials can be confusing and frustrating. By completing IRS Form 2848, you authorize tax attorneys to represent you before the IRS, allowing them to communicate with the IRS on your behalf. Since tax attorneys understand how to communicate effectively with the IRS, their efforts can lead to significantly faster results.

3.     Negotiation of tax settlements: Tax attorneys can help you resolve complex tax problems through installment agreements, offers in compromise, lifting wage garnishments, tax collection or lien releases, and penalty abatement. Dealing with all these issues on your own can be challenging, as they require a deep understanding of tax law.

4.     Client representation in court: While many tax debt issues can be resolved through discussions with the IRS, tax attorneys are also capable of representing clients in court if necessary. For example, if you are accused of tax fraud or if a criminal investigation is conducted resulting in criminal charges, you may need legal representation.

5.     Saving clients' money: Many strategies employed by tax attorneys enable clients to pay less to the IRS than they owe. As a result, tax attorneys can help you save hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars

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