Taxes are a necessary evil. Paying too much in taxes is avoidable with good counsel. My mission is to provide the best counsel possible to solve your tax problems.
Although it may be necessary to pay some taxes, my practice philosophy is to keep the necessary tax evils to a minimum whenever possible. I have, and will continue, to help clients plan their tax affairs appropriately and aggressively represent their interests before the IRS, both administratively and in court, to ensure that they are treated fairly and pay no more than legally required.
As with all professionals, there are areas of expertise you want on your side. Consider this a team approach to managing your tax liabilities. While accountants and CPAs are more focused on the numbers and managing the financials and filing tax returns, a tax attorney deals with the legal aspects. Beyond just the income tax return itself, our practice encompasses payroll tax issues, filing a suit against the IRS, IRS criminal investigations, or tax fraud investigations.
Consider that a tax attorney provides attorney-client privilege while a CPA only offers attorney-client privilege if acting at the direction of a lawyer to give the client information relevant to the case.
Bring in Howard Kaplan before the IRS documents are filed to review matters of law. Bring in Howard Kaplan before any IRS audit, negotiations or legal investigations. Bring in Howard Kaplan for tax resolution.