New York/Connecticut Tax Lawyer for Complex Tax Problems
If you’re involved with a State and federal audit, tax collection or criminal tax investigation matter, experience counts. You know that the government has far greater resources than any individual or business. To protect your rights, New York/Connecticut tax lawyer should be your first step. When you need help, they can successfully battle with the government on your behalf.
New York/Connecticut tax lawyer Joe Callahan provides knowledgeable, experienced, representation for New York, Connecticut and federal taxation issues affecting both individuals and businesses. During his former career as a CPA and now as tax lawyer with 35+ years of experience, Joe Callahan has participated in long-term audits and investigations involving federal and state tax agencies.
Joe now utilizes that experience to assist his legal clients facing audits, IRS, New York and Connecticut collection actions, and criminal investigations. If you need an appointment, please call us. To schedule an appointment with Joe, please call toll free 844-MCC-4TAX or contact us online.
For over 35 years, Joe has represented individuals and businesses undergoing audits, facing collection action and criminal tax investigations. Accounting errors and willful deception are very different matters. Both, however, can result in an audit or criminal investigation. A skilled tax attorney should be your first choice in order to properly contest criminal charges and protecting your assets. Don’t go it alone!
Tax planning for investments and your estate is an effective means of preventing tax problems in the future, get the help you need. We can provide counsel for tax planning, and more, as needed. Some of the issues we routinely help with are:
- Tax audits and collection actions
- Criminal tax investigations
- 1031 exchanges
- Offers in compromise
- Offshore voluntary disclosure program (OVDP)
Attorney Joe Callahan represents tax clients with New York State and Internal Revenue Service matters. He is admitted to practice in the New York and Connecticut state courts, U.S. District Court and the U.S. Tax Court.