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Former Federal Prosecutor Clay Wheeler Joins Kilpatrick Townsends Complex Business Litigation and White Collar Crime …
Triangle – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Clay C. Wheeler, a former Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) for the Eastern District of North Carolina (2002-2011), and Chief of the Economic Crimes Section there (2009-2011), has joined the firm as a partner in its litigation department, resident in the firm’s Winston-Salem and Raleigh offices.
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Question: Should I hire a tax attorney?
I filed 4 years of back taxes and the IRS accepted my returns. I still owe them about 20K that I am happy to pay in an installment plan.
However they are playing games with me now (e.g. sending me the forms to request an installment plan on the day they are due) I am scared that they will “screw” me by putting a tax lien on my credit record, emptying my bank account etc.
I am not being audited but I am scared to communicate with the IRS directly. Is it worth it for me to hire an attorney to communicate with them on my behalf?
Answer: A CPA would do it cheaper.
And they have already put the lien on your credit record, that is the way they work. And if I were you I would not keep any money in the bank for a while as they screw up and take it from time to time (and you can’t get it back as you owe it to them).
Go and consult with a local CPA, make sure you ask him how many cases like yours he has worked in the past, if none or not many, find someone else to help you.
Branstad says no to attorney pay plan
Gov. Terry Branstad has shot down a House Republican plan that would have allowed him to transfer millions of dollars from other parts of the budget to pay state bills.
Houston CPA Tax Attorney Gives 5 Tax Preparation Tips
IRS places tax on stocks sold
Q: I sold some stocks and mutual funds a few years ago at a loss. Since I had no other taxable income, I did not bother to file a tax return. I just received a notice from the IRS assessing a huge tax for the stocks and funds I sold.
Foreclosure & Short Sales: Tax and Deficiency Problem
Tax returns, bank records sought from ex-MU coach
PROCTORVILLE — The personal financial records of a former Marshall University football coach have been requested in the ongoing bankruptcy case of GLC Limited.
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