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3 Benefits of Working with a Tax Attorney

At Meadows & Aderhold, P.A., we know that tax-related matters are often stressful, not to mention confusing. If you are trying to resolve a tax matter, trying to weed through the thickets of tax law on your own is most likely going to result in headaches and a lot of worry, uncertainty, and even fear. To avoid that, we encourage you to reach out to a professional tax attorney like those on our team. In this article, we’ll go over three benefits of working with a trained tax expert.

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  • Thorough Knowledge Base- One immediate advantage of working with a tax attorney is that a trained legal expert will have a more complete and thorough understanding of current tax codes. The current IRS tax code is over 1700 pages long, and it’s inefficient to try to read it in between all your other responsibilities. Even if you did have time to read it, who is to say you would understand all the nuances? Instead, you can consult with our team at Meadows & Aderhold, P.A. to get the benefits of our expertise and up-to-date knowledge without having to slog through the details yourself.
  • Having Someone in Your Corner- Another reason to work with a tax attorney is that it gives you someone in your corner, which is especially helpful when interacting with the IRS. Many people find speaking to IRS officials intimidating, but with one of our team members from Meadows & Aderhold, P.A. at your disposal, you can hand off those stressful communications to your lawyer.
  • Asset Protection- One last advantage which we’ll cover here is that a tax attorney will be able to help you protect your assets and income. The IRS has the right to garnish your income or put a lien on your assets to settle your debt, but our experienced team can help protect you from these situations by making other agreements with the IRS, such as an installment plan.