People sometimes ask me how I became a tax attorney.
When I was in college I had a strong desire to become an attorney. I liked the idea of defending. Before actually going to law school I met a man, who I became close friends with. He was an attorney who represented clients with IRS problems. At that time that type of law practice was very rare. I got to see first hand just how aggressive the government could be, and it made me mad. After I finished law school, I immediately went into private practice, and soon began helping clients with their IRS problems.
As a tax attorney, I found that I liked fighting the government, and it became my career. I’ve been solving difficult IRS problems now for 20 years. Unfortunately, even now, clients looking for help with their IRS problems (back tax debt) will find that there’s not many people who call themselves tax attorneys out there who have real, long-term, in-the-trenches-experience in this. The sad truth is that some tax attorneys and accountants don’t want to fight the IRS, and they find these cases too messy, they simply want to only give advice on taxes or just do tax returns. But I have always liked helping people with real tax problems.
I’ve been blessed to have clients in all 50 states and 29 foreign countries. I genuinely like my clients. I’m honored that they’ve put their trust in me to help them get their life back on track. Most of our clients are out-of-state. I take great pride in knowing that they find us very easy to work with. They simply hire us right over the telephone, and we start work.
Here at our office every day is different. My time is divided between having client conference calls, doing research, or reviewing client financial information.
We still do things the old fashioned way. We carefully research each client’s tax and financial situation, and we develop a personalized strategy for them. We don’t use, and we will never use, a “one-size-fits-all” approach. That’s what amateurs do, and that’s a recipe for disaster. We have a great team of qualified tax staff here who I’ve worked with for years. We take real pride in helping our clients.
Chances are you have questions or concerns about your own particular tax problem. What I encourage you to do is pick up the phone and call me. I can answer your questions, and I welcome your call. You can reach me at the phone number on this video or by email at email@example.com. Thanks so much for watching. Have a wonderful day.
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