Grace Law Offices, LLC will provide you with guidance throughout your tax matter.
If you have received notices from the IRS or the Minnesota Department of Revenue, we understand tax law can help you identify the issue, formulate a plan and communicate with the agencies on your behalf. Most issues of this type can be resolved or settled through negotiation, written correspondence and the administrative hearing process, but we are prepared to go to court on your behalf should it become necessary. When the IRS and Minnesota Department of Revenue contacts you, the most important move you can make is to partner yourself with a knowledgeable tax professional to guide you to the most advantageous result.
If you owe the IRS or Minnesota Department of Revenue money, we can help you develop a plan to pay off the balance or settle based on your ability to pay.
- Installment Agreements
- Classify debt as uncollectible
- Innocent spouse (one spouse can be absolved of liability for tax debt in specific circumstances)
- Offers in Compromise (tax debt can be permanently reduced in specific circumstances)
- Bank or wage levy defense (full or partial release of funds levied by the IRS or Minnesota Department of Revenue)
- Tax lien release, withdrawal, and subordination
If you disagree with the result of your audit conducted by the IRS or Minnesota Department of Revenue you have the right to appeal or request reconsideration of:
- The amount of tax liability
- The amount and nature of penalties assessed
If you disagree with tax or penalties assessed outside of an audit, these balances can be disputed through:
- Penalty Abatement Requests
- Refund Requests
- Trust Fund Recovery Penalty Appeals
- Identity Theft Reporting
Internal Revenue Service – www.irs.gov
US Tax Court – www.ustaxcourt.gov
Minnesota Department of Revenue – www.taxes.state.mn.us
State of Minnesota Tax Court – www.taxcourt.state.mn.us