Anchin’s Tax Controversy Services Group provides business tax, personal income tax, sales and use tax and other tax controversy services.
Our experts are dedicated to resolving tax disputes within federal, state and local jurisdictions in the most effective and efficient manner possible. We provide an objective viewpoint on tax law to better navigate a complicated and often emotionally charged situation. Our role is to manage the tax audit process with the minimal amount of pain, potentially minimizing your exposure and costs.
Our credibility with tax authorities allows us to successfully resolve issues for clients. Anchin’s extensive knowledge of tax codes and regulations in numerous jurisdictions coupled with our insight and audit experience enable us to represent your tax positions and secure a positive outcome. As an accounting and advisory firm, rather than a law firm, we are best equipped to manage tax controversies from a comprehensive accounting and business perspective.
Anchin’s team provides rare insight into best practices and strategies, with former IRS and New York State staff. We understand the taxing authorities’ viewpoint, providing clients with the best advice possible.
- Responsible party defense
- Offers in compromise
- Representation before federal, state and local taxing authorities
- Voluntary disclosure filing
- Tax audit representation and tax controversy resolution
- Penalty abatement and negotiations
- Release of levies and liens
- Penalty and interest abatement requests
- Audit defense
- Deferred payment arrangements
The Anchin Touch
Our in-depth knowledge of IRS practice and procedures has allowed us to have a successful track record of solving client controversies.
We work with a wide range of businesses from entrepreneurial startups to large corporations to design solutions to best fit their business needs. Anchin keeps current on ongoing changes in tax laws and regulations in a wide variety of jurisdictions so we are well positioned to create tax saving opportunities for our clients.
At Anchin, we are more than accountants and tax specialists and pride ourselves on offering comprehensive business advisory and consulting services. Thus, we are able to provide tax advice within the context of your overall business objectives, integrating a tax compliance strategy into your business processes to help you prosper and remain profitable.
We work closely with clients to establish strong relationships, developing a thorough understanding of their business to enable them to achieve their immediate and long-term business goals.
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