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  • IRS Tax Audits

    An IRS audit is a review and examination of a taxpayer’s tax return to determine that information is being reported correctly (more...)

  • Not collectible status

    In some cases you may qualify for hardship status with IRS. If you qualify for this status it means that IRS will temporarily close your case as uncollectible (more...)

  • Installment agreement

    If you do not qualify for currently not collectible status but cannot afford to pay your tax liability in full you may be eligible to pay back your taxes in monthly installments. (more...)

  • IRS Payroll Tax Relief

    If you are an employer you must withhold Social Security and Medicare taxes from your employees’ paychecks along with the required (more...)

  • IRS Innocent Spouse Relief

    Many married taxpayers choose to file a joint income tax return because of certain benefits this filing status allows (more...)

  • Trust Fund Recovery Penalty

    Employers who fail to properly withhold and pay employment taxes may be held personally liable for a portion of the unpaid payroll taxes, referred to as “trust fund taxes.” (more...)

  • Offer in Compromise

    An Offer in Compromise is the process IRS offers taxpayers to settle their tax debt for less than what they owe (more...)

  • Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR)

    If you are a United States person and you have a financial interest in or signature authority over a foreign financial account that exceeded (more...)

AnnaMarie L. Mitchell, J.D., LL.M.

Tax Attorney

In less than 5 (five) years, AnnaMarie Mitchell was able to reduce taxpayer liabilities more than $71 Million dollars, and litigated multiple cases in US Tax Court. With a proven track record of top quality legal services, Ms. Mitchell decided that it was time to start her own firm in 2017

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