Business Tax Law
Business and Employment Tax Practice
Businesses face an increasingly challenging legal environment, particularly with respect to taxation. At Thorn Law Group, we concentrate on representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Justice, the United States Tax Court, and state taxing authorities in all types of business tax matters, including:
- IRS Civil Tax Audits
- IRS Criminal Tax Investigations
- Tax Penalty Relief
- IRS Technical Advice Requests
- Private Letter Ruling Requests
- IRS Collection: Liens, Levies, & Seizures
- Employment Tax Disputes
- Worker Classification
- Tax Shelter Investigations
- Partnership Tax / TEFRA
- Valuation Disputes
For small businesses and the self-employed, an unresolved tax issue can be devastating to your bottom line. Tax problems can arise due to a variety of circumstances – a prolonged illness, loss of records, staff turnover, ineffective return preparation, changes in the tax law, or even a sudden increase in revenue can all result in a business owner facing costly and time-consuming tax compliance issues. Dealing with a tax problem takes key personnel offline and distracts you from your mission – which is to grow and manage your business.
CONTACT A NEW JERSEY BUSINESS TAX LAWYER TODAY
Although taxpayers may choose to represent themselves before the Internal Revenue Service, many find that navigating the nuances of the Internal Revenue Code is not cost-effective and not the best use of their time. From our offices in Rutherford, New Jersey and Washington, D.C., Thorn Law Group can provide you with effective representation in business and employment tax matters.
The business tax professionals at Thorn Law Group are here to help – this is what we do every day. Once a Power of Attorney (IRS Form 2848) is filed designating an attorney from Thorn Law Group as your representative, the IRS will begin directing its correspondence to us, enabling you to get back to running your business.