Pursuing Tax Debt Resolution For Individual And Business Taxpayers
Tax debt is one of the toughest types of debts to manage. The IRS and the Michigan Department of Treasury are powerful entities that have many tools at their disposal to aggressively pursue tax debt collection.
If you have unresolved tax debt, and you’re facing potential liens or property seizures, you need a strong lawyer on your side to level the playing field. You will find one at Bendure & Thomas. Our lead tax attorney, Marc Thomas, has more than 45 years of experience representing individual and business taxpayers in complex tax law matters. He knows how to leverage the right legal tools to favorably resolve state and federal tax debts.
Avenues For Resolving Tax Debt
Many taxpayers are unaware that they may have multiple avenues for resolving their tax debt – avenues that don’t require them to pay money they don’t have. Finding the strongest avenue for your specific situation requires a detailed analysis by a sharp legal mind.
Our lawyers know what to look for when identifying the strongest angles for tax debt defense. Those angles might include:
- Manageable payment plans
- Tax workouts
- Offers in compromise
- Installment plans
These options require administrative compliance, which means preparing and filing accurate tax returns. We can help you meet this initial requirement. Our firm draws on a trusted network of experts to prepare solid tax returns when needed. We can also help you avoid costly mistakes that could jeopardize your ability to access these options.
Highly experienced in tax litigation, our lawyers can represent you in state or federal court. We can serve as the liaison between you and the IRS or state taxing authority. In many cases, we may be able to negotiate a reasonable settlement (offer in compromise).
Strategies Tailored To Your Situation
We can leverage our experience to evaluate every detail of your case, create a tailored strategic plan and work hard to protect your interests. Our goal is not only to resolve your current tax issues but also to prevent future tax debts from hindering you.