Tax problems and financial difficulties in general, are on the rise. Under pressure to reduce the federal “tax gap” (the difference between overall taxed owed and the amount actually collected by IRS), the “kindler, gentler” IRS that emerged in the 1990’s has quickly become a thing of the past. The recent national and international economic crisis has affected almost everyone in one way or another. It may have resulted in the loss of a job, closure of a business, lack of available of credit, plummeting investment account values, and loss of equity in your home. Even before the national crisis began, the downturn in the real estate market and the sub-prime mortgage crisis, especially in South Florida, began creating hard times, not only for those directly effected – borrowers / homeowners, realtors, brokers, mortgage providers, builders and investors – but also for the employees, customers, suppliers and others that rely on them. If you, or someone you know, are in one of these situations, we can help.
John A. Coniglio, CPA has successfully served hundreds of taxpayers in minimizing taxes and “getting right” with the IRS over the last twenty years. We deal directly with IRS, so you don’t have to. Our policy is to be thorough and aggressive in representing your interests, while maintaining tact and professionalism when working with IRS personnel. We also work with individuals and businesses either in or contemplating bankruptcy or reorganization.
Please contact us today and schedule a free – confidential – initial consultation to discuss your concerns how we can work with you to resolve them and get a fresh start. We are here to assist you through these most difficult times.
TYPES OF PEOPLE WE CAN HELP INCLUDE THOSE…
Taking advantage of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act for homeowners and other newly enacted tax laws in response to the economic crisis
Delinquent in filing returns, especially if significant taxes are owed
Experiencing cash flow problems due a business downturn
Self-employed or owning a business and did not pay in enough taxes during the year
Owners / officers of an S corporation and reported little or no wages
Receiving a notice that IRS intends to examine your return
Recently divorced and discover your ex-spouse created a large tax liability that you are being held responsible for
Recipients of unexpected and extraordinary income not planned for
Currently “outside” of the “system” and want to “come clean”
WE REPRESENT INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES IN RESOLVING TAX PROBLEMS INCLUDING…
Delinquent Tax Returns – getting current with filing obligations