Is there an advantage to hire a former IRS agent over a tax attorney?
It is surprising how many people think that just because someone worked for the IRS, they think that the former official has some kind of advantage in private practice.
What I find is that IRS agents are trained to deal with matters that are black and white. However many times matters are gray and that’s where a tax attorney can plead a case to your benefit and get the best resolution possible.
Agents are also typically regulated to a single function in IRS – such as an auditor whose job is solely to conduct tax audits. How can that agent then be able to help you get an Offer In Compromise? A tax attorney is experienced in all these areas so no matter what your tax problem is, you will have effective representation and should get the best possible outcome.
Lastly, many IRS officials come and go and tax laws and procedures constantly change. As a Board Certified Tax Attorney in public practice, I keep up with all the new tax laws and procedures and have developed a large network of IRS officials in all areas that I can reach out to as needed for the benefit of my clients.
The tax attorneys of the Law Offices Of Jeffrey B. Kahn, P.C. located in Los Angeles and California know exactly what to say and handle the IRS. Our experience and expertise not only levels the playing field but also puts you in the driver’s seat as we take full control of resolving your tax problems.
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