Tax Enforcement and an attorney

A number of situations require a tax attorney to be involved such as, fraud investigation, a lengthy audit, an audit involving legal issues, a large deficiency balance, incomplete or inadequate books and records, inability to pay, not filing returns for a number of years, not owing the taxes, the expiration of the statute of limitations. The sooner you obtain competent legal counsel who is familiar with both the tax laws and IRS processes the better. Doing so will help you save money and time.