Fremont, CA asked in Tax Law for California

Q: I had a tax issue and the issue has gone to IRS court . Can i do a settlement with the IRS instead of going to court.

I had a tax issue and the issue has gone to IRS court. Can I do a settlement with the IRS instead of going to court? The Tax Agent who has handled my case bailed out at the last moment. Is it advisable to go with an attorney who may charge up to 25k start and may go up? Where should I get good advice. should i approach the IRS and settle it. I am not getting proper advice from anybody.I have time till April 11th only.

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David S. Greenberg
David S. Greenberg
  • Tax Law Lawyer
  • San Diego, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: Yes, you most certainly settle your case. In fact, a very high percentage of Tax Court cases are settled.

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