Our approach starts with a 60 minute consultation to determine our client’s professional, personal and financial goals and how best to get them there in spite of the liability to the government. We do not pre-package solutions to tax problems and, rather, provide a very holistic approach to this process. We do not want to minimize the potential seriousness of the issue and the damage that IRS collections and their agents can cause, but the government is often the obstacle and not the way. We negotiate resolutions on our client's terms and not the government's terms. The ultimate goal is to minimize the threat of the government and position our clients with the best possible outcome specifically tailored to their needs.
After our strategy session, our clients have a plan of action at the ten thousand foot level, but the analysis is where we tactically define and refine that plan.
Using a variety of pieces of information, we put together an analysis of our client's position and the government's possible methods of attack. We look at historical financial information, personal and business, and run it through even a higher level of scrutiny than the IRS will. With collections cases and the consequences of a misstep, we want to be sure that we measure twice and cut one.
When all the pieces of the puzzle are together, we outline all the potential solutions to the problem and build our recommendation for our client.
We work with the client to analyze the pros and cons of each solution and then we go out and execute it. We are not in the habit of making decisions for people, but rather we provide you with all the relevant information and frame the issues as they need to be framed, so you can make the best choice for you, your family and your business.
Our IRS collection practice is defined by our relentless and tenacious pursuit of our clients’ objectives. We make every effort to handle what could be a very negative problem that encompasses their whole life. We then relieve them of unnecessary disruptions so they can continue to feed their families, conduct their businesses, and continue with some quality of life.