As a taxpayer, you have the right to dispute IRS decisions in court. Once the Tax Court Petition has been filed, tax collection is postponed for the length of the case. In our role, we help lawyers and their clients investigate and analyze the facts, prepare reports and testimony, assist in trial strategy and testify at depositions and hearings.
Given that the Schneider team holds two JDs, an MBA, and two CPA designations, we’re exceptionally adept at working on our clients’ behalf. (Should you require an attorney, an available resource is the law office of James J. Schneider, Attorney at Law.) Advanced training aside, most of our cases demand very simple presentations to the court. These presentations, nevertheless, must be supported, and the support must be documented. We perform the research and documentation necessary to support our testimony when we appear at a deposition or take the stand.
We are well-educated and highly experienced practitioners, and so we’ve handled a breadth of case types—which include the analysis of business and financial records in US Tax Court cases, as well as cases regarding employment tax, shareholder disputes, business valuation, tax fraud and tax shelter fraud, among many others.
Relying on a 360-degree knowledge of both the financial and legal aspects involved at this stage of resolving your case, we execute a precise strategy designed to get you justice—with solid documentation to back it up. Our approach is always smart, informed, flexible and mapped to very specific goals.
Together, our efforts help to pursue the best tax resolution for your business so you can confidently move forward. In some circumstances, we may find that there are a few resolutions to consider. In such scenarios, we’ll ensure you fully comprehend each option. We focus on achieving the best possible outcome so that you can focus on your day-to-day.
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