Tax Attorneys, CPAs & EAs

Boasting an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau, Our Tax Help Professionals Practice as Enrolled Agents, and are also Tax Attorneys or CPAs.

The process of settling your tax debt and financial problems can be a long and difficult one if you don’t have a qualified team of tax professionals working for you.

Although it is certainly possible to attempt to tackle tax and IRS problems on your own, the complexity of tax laws demands specialization and experience to effectively navigate through the steps and procedures necessary to bring settlement or resolution. More importantly, your chances of effectively negotiating a settlement or resolution with the IRS are improved dramatically when you have a tax attorney and/or CPA on your side.

Lothamer is a team of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) and Tax Attorneys, who practice as Enrolled Agents (EAs). Every Case Manager is a CPA or Attorney, or an Enrolled Agent. The depth and variety of certifications that we hold allows us to thoroughly explore every aspect of tax resolution cases.

Simply put, our combined qualifications and 40+ years of results allows us to provide the best possible representation to help settle your tax problems.

Knowledge is power—

Did you know that most tax cases can be settled through the appeals division of the IRS, rather than going through the more costly alternative of tax court? We have decades of experience working with the Appeals Division of the IRS, and we can guide you through the process of resolving your case with the best possible outcome.

Additionally, here are a handful of taxpayer rights you should bear in mind:

  • Allowed to have your case heard by an independent appeals officer.
  • Appeals officer is prohibited from a pre-hearing conference with the revenue officer.
  • Only allowed one hearing per tax year in question.
  • Appeals officer can make a determination as to the validity of the assessment and to the unreasonable disallowance of ordinary and necessary expenses.
  • If the taxpayer is unable to pay the tax due the appeals officer is also charged with the ability to grant an installment agreement or an offer in compromise.
  • If the Taxpayer does not agree with the Appeal officer's decision, the taxpayer can appeal to tax court or district court to get a final ruling.

Don't let your one chance in front of the IRS go to waste, call us at (877) 829-2455.

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