Representing yourself before the Appellate Division of the IRS is a patently bad idea. To do so is akin to representing yourself in front of a court of law. You will be at a distinct disadvantage because you are not trained in Tax Law and have no practical experience in IRS procedure. It is imperative to have expert representation on your side to protect your rights!

Over 80% of disputes between taxpayers and the IRS that could lead to litigation are settled during the appeals process. Therefore, it is imperative to engage a tax professional who understands the ins and outs of the Appeals Office. The IRS handles over 100,000 appeals every year; you are only involved in only one and are at a distinct disadvantage if unrepresented.

An assertive, seasoned and knowledgeable Tax Attorney / CPA can make an enormous difference in the settlement offer you receive at the conclusion of the appeals process. Like yourself, the IRS wishes to avoid litigation because of the time, expense, and risk of an unfavorable outcome. When the IRS loses a case, a precedent is set that could cost the government revenue for years to come. Having a seasoned Tax Dispute Attorney / CPA on your side during the appeals process increases the hazards of litigation perceived by the IRS. To avoid such perceived hazards, Appeals Officers are motivated to settle these matters and avoid the courtroom altogether.

When you are faced with a Tax Controversy with the IRS, Tax Attorney / CPA David W. Klasing has the experience, training and education to vigorously and effectively represent you. Mr. Klasing has over 20 years of experience in dealing with tax disputes.

Additionally, you would be wise to be well prepared before meeting with the Office of Appeals. The Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing will assist you in collecting and organizing your documents books and records, researching and documenting the necessary tax law to defend the positions under attack, aggressively present your case to the IRS Appeals Officer and zealously negotiate advantages settlement terms where possible. We have successfully defended many individual, corporate, partnership, trust and estates over the years who found themselves in the line of fire of the IRS.

Contact Mr. Klasing today to schedule your reduced rate initial consultation and he will help you effectively negotiate with the Internal Revenue Service Appeals Office.