Experienced Tax Representation To Analyze Your Tax Assessment

In some cases, the IRS will notify a taxpayer that he or she has failed to report and pay the appropriate taxes. In some instances, the agency will even accuse a taxpayer of underreporting.

When this happens, the IRS typically issues a tax assessment to the taxpayer, demanding payment for what the agency believes is a more accurate accounting of the taxpayer's tax liability. Unfortunately, this amount is usually much more than the original amount the taxpayer thought they owed. Individuals facing these tough situations often feel anxious, fearful, frustrated and angry, among other emotions.

Fortunately, a tax finding can be appealed. That's where I come in.

A Unique Perspective: Former IRS Attorney

I am tax assessment attorney Max Benkel, and I have worked with the IRS on behalf of many taxpayers throughout Atlanta, Georgia, regarding their tax assessments and other tax issues.

In fact, I have a unique perspective that sets me apart from my competitors: I was a former IRS lawyer. I know the laws and options that can help you. No matter is too big or too small. I have handled practically every situation imaginable.

If the IRS has accused you of underreporting or underpaying a tax obligation, call my office to find out how I can help. There are options. It's possible the IRS simply made a mistake. I can analyze your situation to find out if this was the case. An offer in compromise is also a possibility. If you are unable to fulfill the tax obligation, I can work to negotiate a lesser amount.

Contact Me To Discuss Your Tax Issue

Call my office now at 404-287-0053 (toll free at 888-779-9024) to set up a free consultation. You can also fill out my contact form. Your information will be sent directly to my inbox.