Tax Resolution Lawyer - New Hampshire

Being contacted by the Internal Revenue Service over a tax matter is a nerve-wracking experience. The IRS is a powerful government agency that has an unfair advantage over individuals and businesses. The best way to level the playing field, however, is with the help of an experienced tax accountant and attorney.

DE Whiting, LLC routinely represents clients on a wide range of tax disputes in Concord and surrounding communities in Merrimack County and throughout the State of New Hampshire. We help clients who have unpaid taxes, un-filed tax returns or who owe the IRS money following an audit.

IRS Tax Penalty Negotiation & Resolution

If you fail to pay taxes or file a return, the IRS can impose financial penalties that may be added to your total tax bill. In short, the agency can place a lien on you or your home, or implement a tax levy and seize income, financial accountants and property to satisfy the tax debt.

At DE Whiting, LLC, we work to protect our clients’ assets, income, and property and make sure they are treated fairly by the tax authorities. We have over 30 years of experience preparing tax returns and are well-versed in the Internal Revenue Code. If you are involved in tax controversy, we will advocate on your behalf before the IRS and negotiate a resolution.

Tax Relief Options

If you are facing a tax liability, there are a number of relief options, including:

Installment Agreement and Tax Payment Plan

It may be possible to enter into an IRS installment agreement and payment plan. In this arrangement, you pay the IRS a set monthly payment over time until the debt, interest, and penalties are paid in full.

Offer In Compromise

It may be possible to enter into an IRS installment agreement and payment plan. In this arrangement, you pay the IRS a set monthly payment over time until the debt, interest, and penalties are paid in full.

Tax Penalty Abatements and Waivers

Tax Penalty Abatement

This program allows you to reduce, or abate, penalties under the following limited circumstances:

  • You received incorrect advice from a tax preparer.
  • You received incorrect guidance directly from the IRS.
  • You have a serious illness or significant disability.
  • You have any other situation that is considered to be reasonable under the IRS guidelines.

To qualify for an abatement, however, you must have a good prior history of paying your taxes. Also, it is necessary to show you exercised reasonable care and prudence in determining your tax obligation but failed to make the payment nonetheless.

Tax Penalty Waiver

In some cases, the IRS may waive penalties.

Depending on your circumstances, we can advise you as to whether you are eligible for a tax penalty waiver or abatement.

Tax Attorney and Accountant in Greater Concord

If you have received a notice from the IRS or are facing a potential penalty, don’t go it alone. As your tax attorney and accountant, we will help you explore all of your options and negotiate a settlement with the IRS. We can also prepare tax returns for prior years that were not filed. Call our office today so that we can help you resolve the matter and put your mind at ease.