Oakland County Tax Liability Professional
Real Solutions for Your Tax Liabilities
With the recent economic downturn, many taxpayers are in a situation where
they feel overwhelmed and helpless. Whether you're an independent
contractor and you've failed to file your tax returns, or if you're
facing fines, wage garnishments or levies, or if the IRS has notified
you that you're being
audited, it's not uncommon to feel as if you have nowhere to turn. However,
you do have rights and you do have options that are available to help
you resolve your tax liabilities.
Regardless of the size of your
tax debt or the complexity of the situation, an experienced Oakland county tax
specialist from Stuart Lee Sherman, P.C. can help you. Our founder, Stuart
Lee Sherman has a J.D. (law degree), a bachelor's degree in accounting
and an LL.M. in taxation. What's more, he's served Birmingham
as the mayor in 2009 and 2015 and is the current commissioner, making
him well-equipped to resolve your tax liability matter once and for all!
What choices do you have?
Whether you have accumulated tax debt to the IRS or to the state of Michigan
that you can't afford to pay, our firm can inform you of all of your
available options to either reduce or eliminate your tax debt. The worst
thing you can do is ignore your taxes, since doing so could result in
the realistic possibility of wage garnishments, tax liens, seizure of
assets or property, excessive interest and penalties and other serious
On May 21, 2012, the IRS announced "more flexible offer-in-compromise"
terms through another expansion of its "Fresh Start" initiative.
Since the IRS recognizes that many taxpayers are still struggling to pay
their bills, the agency is working to enact more common sense changes
to the OIC program so that reflects real-world situations.
In addition to the OIC program, other options to address tax liabilities
include: installment agreements, placing taxpayers in a "currently
non-collectible status," penalty abatement, and deferments of tax
liabilities. Essentially, the IRS and the Michigan Department of Treasury
have every desire to get taxpayers back in compliance. Our goal is to
get these authorities to sympathize with your situation and consider your
current income and assets, living expenses, and other factors in order
to reduce your tax liabilities. With over 20 years of experience, we can
focus on building and presenting a strong case on your behalf!