Tax Controversy Attorney Serving Clients Throughout New Jersey

If you have received an audit letter from the IRS, we have three words of advice:

Do Not Panic.

An audit letter does not necessarily mean you are being audited, or that the IRS is “out to get you.” In many cases, the IRS is looking for clarification about some basic facts, such as your filing status, number of dependents, itemized deductions, eligibility for tax credits, and so on.

While you should remain calm, you do not want to ignore the audit letter or delay taking action. You may be tempted to respond to the letter yourself, but in this situation, it is best to consult an attorney with extensive experience in tax controversy as soon as possible.

Tax controversy resolution concept: close up hand of woman making calculations.

Our firm’s Founder, attorney Jacob Krief, has more than 20 years of experience in a wide range of tax planning and tax controversy matters. He has an LLM in taxation from Villanova University and is an Enrolled Agent, meaning he is authorized to represent his clients before the IRS. Additionally, Jacob is a highly skilled negotiator and mediator. He has successfully resolved numerous audits and obtained favorable rulings on behalf of his clients.

We offer all of the following tax controversy services:

  • Offers In compromise
  • Representation before the IRS
  • Installment Agreements
  • Removal of tax liens and levies

Of course, the best protection against the possibility of being audited is a comprehensive, effective tax plan. You can learn more about our expertise in this area here.

If you have received an audit letter, or would like to discuss any aspect of tax planning, we invite you to contact us for a consultation. Many of our clients feel a tremendous sense of relief and greater peace of mind immediately after their first meeting with Jacob.