Experienced and Trusted
Representation From A Tax
Attorney And Former IRS Agent
And BIG 4″ Tax Partner
A Massachusetts IRS Tax Lawyer Offering One-Stop Legal Help
Have unpaid taxes led to garnishment of your wages and/or levy of your bank account? Has your IRS tax audit resulted in a significant increase of taxes, penalties and interest? Do you or your business need to negotiate an installment agreement or an Offer in Compromise? Are you subject to a trust fund recovery penalty?
Federal tax laws are complicated. Finding a tax attorney who can handle your tax controversy/tax dispute is not. At Levins Tax Law, we offer one-stop tax resolution help for a full range of tax issues.
Our broad range of experience — attorney Gerard J. Levins has 40 plus years career in tax law — means that, when your initial tax problem develops into an IRS nightmare, we can provide the representation you need. Our practice areas include:
- Tax collection cases, including IRS liens, levies, garnishment and passport denial
- Tax audits at the federal and Massachusetts state level, including state sales tax audits
- Innocent spouse claims
- Business trust fund payroll issues
- Foreign bank account reporting requirements and returning to compliance
We work with cases of all sizes and focus on reducing your fear and confusion while helping you and/or your business achieve a tax resolution that allows you to move forward.
When Experience Matters
Tax disputes not only have the potential to be costly with back tax, penalty and interest assessments, but can even lead to criminal charges. A consultation with our tax lawyer is the first step to getting a fair resolution in place.
Set up your discreet and confidential consultation with a Boston tax lawyer, call 508-202-9800 or email the firm. We accept American Express, Visa and Mastercard, and our office is conveniently located in Framingham, minutes from the Massachusetts Turnpike.
Resolve Your Tax Problems
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