Even if you are not a small business owner or sole proprietor, but simply a common individual, there can still be many issues which can develop into trouble for you when it comes tax time on April 15. Even private individuals will run into issues that leave them unable to pay the full amount of their taxes in a prompt and timely manner. However, if you are in this situation, you need not despair. You can hire a tax attorney to help you prepare and file your tax returns, so that you can be sure that all of your deductions are taken, as well as properly itemized. If you owe back taxes to the IRS, a tax attorney can help you negotiate a settlement or a payment plan which will satisfy both parties. Income tax issues should be dealt with immediately by an experienced professional.
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Common tax issues, such as payroll taxes, improper deductions, or improperly itemized deductions, can sometimes result in a tangled mess which is next to impossible for the average man on the street to muddle through. In addition, there is the added stress of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) breathing down your neck as you struggle to remain afloat. Why bear through all of this hardship alone? A qualified IRS tax attorney can quickly sort out the mess, and give you a solution to your trouble.