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    Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing

    Contact Our Irvine Tax Offices

    Whether you are a first-time homeowner with questions about the tax implications of mortgage interest, an online seller who needs guidance navigating California’s changing sales tax laws, a business owner with tax questions about a potential acquisition, or simply a concerned taxpayer who needs help preparing for an IRS audit, rely on the Tax Law Office of David W. Klasing to provide meticulous yet aggressive legal representation driven by nearly three decades of tax & business experience.

    Conveniently located in downtown Irvine CA our Orange County tax office serves taxpayers throughout the region. To set up a reduced-rate initial consultation, call our Irvine office at (949) 681-3502 or (800) 681-1295 or contact us online.

    Irvine, California in Orange County is one of the most diverse areas in the world from an economic standpoint. Orange County is home to entertainment corporations, health care and research businesses, educational systems, high tech, software and many other interesting industries.

    As an Irvine resident, you may be involved in a variety of businesses, drawing income from traditional and non-traditional sources. This can result in confusing tax situations that may require the services of a tax attorney Orange County team.

    Occasionally, you may run into a tax situation where you receive notification of an audit. Both businesses and individual taxpayers could be subject to a tax audit from federal or California state tax authorities.

    One of the Best Tax Attorneys in Irvine

    The audit process can be overwhelming. Not only do you have to worry about huge potential additional taxes, interest, and financial penalties, but you could face criminal tax prosecution in certain cases. You need to vigorously defend yourself during a tax audit, something a Tax Attorney can perform on your behalf.

    If you are facing a tax audit, require tax planning, or need any similar type of service, contact the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing today for help. Rely on our experience as a tax attorney in Orange County and Irvine to help you work through any tax situation.

    Complying with California and federal tax codes is often a challenging endeavor for Irvine and Orange County residents. This is especially true for business owners, property owners, high-net-worth individuals, independent contractors, dual citizens, individuals who are going through the process of divorce, and a host of other taxpayers who have unique tax concerns.

    Without careful and strategic management, even a seemingly straightforward tax matter, such as an amended return or scheduled correspondence audit with the IRS, can have a myriad of unexpected financial and legal consequences. Therefore, it is crucial to work with an experienced Tax Attorney in Irvine, like the Orange County Tax Lawyers and CPAs at the Tax Law Office of David W. Klasing. Our dual-licensed Orange County Tax Audit Attorneys and CPAs excel in addressing complex tax dilemmas. Whether it’s assisting online vendors with California’s evolving sales tax regulations, or steadfastly supporting businesses during high-risk IRS audits, our strategic interventions aim to curtail your tax liabilities and safeguard you from potential civil or criminal tax repercussions. From meticulously managing amended tax returns to handling intricate IRS home, office, and correspondence tax audits, we always place your interests at the forefront, ensuring minimized risks and solutions tailored to your needs. With nearly three decades of tax and business acumen, our award-winning Irvine Tax Audit Lawyers are a pillar of trust and dependability.

    IRS, CDTFA, EDD, and FTB Tax Audit Lawyers in Irvine & Orange County CA

    At least four different agencies conduct tax audits of California businesses and residents. These agencies are the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which audits federal returns and other tax forms, and a collection of California tax authorities: The Franchise Tax Board (FTB), the Employment Development Department (EDD), and the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA). These agencies now administer the tax laws once enforced by the California Board of Equalization (BOE).

    Any of these agencies can schedule a tax audit at any time – sometimes due to random selection, but more often, triggered by discrepancies or anomalies in the taxpayer’s records, such as failing to file returns, making luxury purchases that far exceed reported income, or padding business expenses in order to claim deductions improperly. Likewise, businesses are more likely to be audited if they primarily conduct their transactions in cash.

    In addition to having years of experience as a dually licensed Tax Lawyer and CPA in Irvine, our founder and principal attorney, David W. Klasing, possesses over 15 years of experience as former public auditor, enabling our tax team to navigate the audit process with precision and skill. Types of federal and California tax audits in which we provide representation include:

    Irvine Audit Appeals and Tax Litigation

    Administrative or procedural errors can lead to incorrect outcomes when tax audits conclude. Unfortunately, this can leave a taxpayer facing a costly tax bill, including penalties and interest, for which he or she should not technically be liable where the governmental agency got either the facts or the law wrong. Thankfully, at both the state and federal levels, taxpayers have the right to dispute, or “appeal,” the results of tax audits. This applies to IRS audits, FTB audits, and all other types of tax audits in California. At the federal level, audit appeals are handled by the IRS’ Office of Appeals, for which the California equivalent is the Office of Tax Appeals (OTA).

    To begin the appeals process, the taxpayer must first notify the appropriate agency of the controversy which he or she intends to dispute. This is accomplished through a written collection of documents, called a “protest letter” or, if directed to the OTA, “opening brief,” containing information such as:

    • The taxpayer’s contact information
    • The issue the taxpayer wishes to dispute, such as the proposed assessment of additional tax
    • The legal and/or factual basis for disputing the audit’s results, such as tax-related statutes or legal precedents

    Note that in some cases, it may be possible to avoid appeals by resolving the issue at mediation, which is faster and less formal. Conversely, there are also cases in which the dispute must proceed beyond appeals, going to Federal or California Tax Court for litigation before a judge. Our audit appeals attorneys and tax litigation attorneys are highly experienced in resolving complex tax controversies, and will either aggressively pursue the strategy optimally suited to your case or inform you at the outset that the law and facts are not on your side and recommend other collection type alternatives rather than tax appeals or litigation.

    Without the seasoned eye of the dual-licensed Irvine Tax Litigation Attorneys and CPAs at the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing, your tax issues could snowball and result in serious consequences. We are dedicated to providing unparalleled representation in IRS and California state tax disputes. Our seasoned Tax Attorneys and CPAs excel at navigating sensitive (eggshell) audits, ensuring tax compliance, and advising on reporting positions. Our clients benefit from our strategic handling of disputes related to employment tax, estate, and gift tax, cases involving unreported income, and allegations of civil tax fraud. We meticulously assess litigation risks where latent criminal tax issues may exist to secure resolutions as soon as possible, drawing upon our deep understanding of the procedural rules and substantive issues at play. To date, we have never lost in tax court. We won’t take your case if we don’t believe we’ll win. The IRS’s 98% settlement rate is why we’ve never stepped foot in tax court, sparing our clients the most expensive part of tax litigation.

    Our skilled tax litigation lawyers have extensive knowledge and experience dealing with various federal and California state tax issues. This incorporates representing clients in disputes involving IRS audits, disputes with the CDTFA, EDD and FTB, claims for refund, tax collection defense, innocent spouse relief, criminal tax defense, and more. Whether it’s handling cases of criminal tax exposure, guiding you through a civil tax audit, eggshell audit, reverse eggshell audit, or defending against a criminal tax investigation, the expertise of our seasoned dual-licensed Orange County Tax Litigation Attorney and CPA is invaluable. As an experienced litigator, David W. Klasing can represent you in the Tax Court or before the California Office of Tax Appeals (OTA). Call 949-681-3502 or schedule a reduced-rate initial consultation here at our Orange County office or one of our other convenient locations across Southern California. Our services include representing the client in the following:

    Recently, the CDTFA issued updated guidance on protocols and procedures for disputing, or “appealing,” CDTFA determinations. Though the CDTFA makes efforts to provide clear instructions for taxpayers, it is not recommended to attempt handling an appeal without professional tax representation. It is in your best interests to consult our experienced CDTFA Audit Attorneys before filing an appeal or petition for redetermination due to the legal and financial complexity involved. We can help you appeal IRS and California state tax audit decisions involving:

    IRS Audit Representation

    The IRS conducts audits related to federal income as to both personal and “ordinarily” all related business tax returns. Reasons for an audit can vary, and sometimes they are conducted randomly. Often, the IRS will suspect you of underreporting income or claiming false exemptions. They are permitted to look back at 3 years of your records, and in severe cases can look back even further.

    There are three different ways that the IRS might choose to conduct an audit. The first is known as a correspondence audit. You will receive a letter in the mail asking to supply certain documents and records to back up the information reported on your tax returns. You will communicate with the auditor and supply the requested records through the mail, over the phone, or electronically. A tax lawyer can help you prepare the documents and deal with any discrepancies the IRS may find.

    An office audit occurs in one of the IRS offices, where you will meet with the auditor in person. You should retain a lawyer to help you prepare for this meeting and to accompany you to the IRS office or better yet, take your place entirely (where possible). A field audit is the most serious type of audit. This is when the auditor will attempt to come to your home or office to look through all of your records. If you get a letter indicating that a field audit will be occurring, you should contact an experienced tax lawyer immediately, as these audits often lead to severe civil or criminal penalties if discrepancies are found. Counsel can quite often meet with the auditor instead of the taxpayer. Its never good to have an auditor in your home wondering how you are able to afford your demonstrated lifestyle where your history of tax filing will not support it.

    California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) Audit Representation

    The California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) conducts audits related to issues with California personal and business income tax return filings. The FTB conducts audits independent of the IRS when there is a suspicion that you are in violation of California-specific tax requirements. The IRS and the FTB have different rules in certain areas and it is important that both sets of guidelines are followed. An experienced tax attorney can help you prepare your records and deal with any underreporting that occurred. If you are found to owe money, the lawyer can work out a payment plan with the FTB.

    We are well-versed in FTB and OTA appeal and protest procedures under the updated California tax laws, and can protect your best interests while working efficiently to resolve the controversy. We have four objectives in each case we handle: holding your tax liabilities to a minimum, providing you with the information you need to make informed and strategic decisions, protecting your liberty by minimizing the risk of prosecution for California tax crimes. and helping you comply with the law. If you have any questions about protesting an FTB decision, contact our dual-licensed Orange County FTB Audit Attorneys and CPAs online, or call the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing at (800) 681-1295 for a reduced-rate initial consultation or schedule online today.

    California Employment Development Department (EDD) Audit Representation

    Payroll taxes are under the purview of the California Employment Development Department (EDD). If you receive notice that you are being audited by the EDD, they are likely looking into whether you properly collected and remitted state payroll taxes and have properly classified your employees as opposed to improperly using independent contractors. Employers are required to withhold both state and federal payroll taxes out of their employees’ checks. If they fail to collect these or collect them and fail to remit them to the proper agency, you may be required to pay back taxes and further fines or penalties.

    The biggest issue that results in audits by the EDD is the improper classification of employees as independent contractors, especially after California passed AB5. While employers are required to collect payroll taxes from employees’ checks, they are not required to do the same for independent contractors. The rules about who qualifies as an independent contractor and who does not are very complex. A tax lawyer can help you understand whether you classified properly and, if you did not, can work with the EDD to sort out the issue without leading to civil or criminal tax penalties being imposed. If your business is facing an employment tax audit or another tax enforcement action by the IRS or EDD, our dual-licensed Irvine EDD Tax Attorneys and CPAs can work to guide your company through the audit process.

    California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) Audit Representation

    The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) conducts audits related to issues with the collecting and remitting of state sales taxes by businesses. What sales tax a business is required to charge can vary depending on what county or municipality in which they are located as well as the type of product they sell. An audit can be random, especially if you own a business such as a bar or restaurant where sales taxes are often underreported. It can also be based on a suspicion that you underreporting sales, are not charging proper sales tax or are charging sales tax and not remitting the money to the state.

    These types of audits can be very invasive, as the CDTFA will want to look over your entire history of sales and purchases. A skilled tax law attorney can help you gather the records and documents that the CDTFA will require and can ensure that any protest to challenge the conclusions of an audit are filed within the proper 30-day window. A lawyer can also work to mitigate the consequences or negotiate a repayment deal if violations have clearly occurred.

    Sales tax audits by the CDTFA can be intrusive and require large amounts of records. If the CDTFA believes you owe back taxes, it may be in your best interest to work out some sort of settlement at the audit stage. Our seasoned dual-licensed Orange County CDTFA Tax Attorneys and CPAs have years of experience negotiating with the CDTFA and helping to bring our clients’ cases to a successful conclusion.

    California and Federal Employment Tax Attorneys in Orange County

    Business owners, aspiring business owners, independent contractors, and self-employed individuals have unique tax responsibilities with regard to issues such as business entity selection, FICA (payroll) tax compliance, business succession planning, and compliance with California and federal self-employment (SE) tax requirements.

    Whether the taxpayer is primarily concerned with starting a new business, passing a family-owned business down to his or her children, ensuring proper classification of workers, planning and complying with international tax and information reporting requirements or conforming to new rules for the collection and remission of sales tax, our Irvine business tax lawyers are prepared to provide the level of guidance that has come to distinguish our firm. Our payroll and employment tax attorneys work with all types of entities throughout Orange County, including:

    International Tax Attorneys in Irvine, CA

    The United States is one of the only countries in the world to impose taxes based on citizenship instead of residency. Under this system of “citizenship-based” taxation, many taxpayers are subject to tax laws of which they are unaware. Examples of taxpayers who may be impacted by international tax law issues include:

    • Recent immigrants or frequent business travelers who have income generating assets and bank accounts in other countries
    • Taxpayers who have dual citizenship with the United States
    • Taxpayers who have recently sent money to the U.S. via wire transfer
    • U.S. expats who live and/or work abroad

    Taxpayers who belong in these categories are, for example, generally subject to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), which requires U.S. citizens and companies to report foreign income and foreign information to the IRS. This foreign information is typically reported by filing FinCEN Form 114 (otherwise known as the Foreign Bank Account Report, or “FBAR”), filing Form 8938 (Statement of Specified Foreign Financial Assets) under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), and meeting a multitude of other requirements for international taxpayers. Failure to report global income and omitting foreign information reporting can lead to civil or even criminal penalties, depending on whether such failure was “willful” or constituted tax fraud.

    Our Orange County FinCEN Form 114 Attorneys & CPAs specialize in guiding taxpayers through the intricacies of FinCEN Form 114, a mandatory IRS form for reporting offshore bank accounts. Our award-winning team, with a long track record in international tax representation, ensures compliance, safeguards your legal rights, and strategizes to minimize IRS tax penalties. Navigating the intricacies of the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) and FinCEN’s new filing requirements can be daunting for businesses. Contact our Irvine office at (949) 681-3502 or (800) 681-1295 or contact us here online for assistance on the following:

    If you’re engaged in international business or managing foreign assets, navigating the complex landscape of global taxation is crucial to success. At the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing in Orange County, our team of dual-licensed International Irvine Tax Attorneys and CPAs is poised to protect your interests. Addressing compliance oversights is essential, with the IRS escalating its efforts to uncover unreported global investment income, offshore businesses, and financial accounts. Now is the time to enlist experienced legal counsel to review your international tax filing history, ensuring compliance that minimizes additional tax and penalties and avoids criminal tax prosecution. Whether you’re an American expatriate or have multiple offshore business entities and investments, we provide meticulous attention to ensure your international tax dealings are reported with precision and foresight. Our association with Marc Schwartz, a dually licensed International Tax Attorney and CPA, greatly enhances our ability to address the often complex federal offshore tax planning, compliance, and controversial implications surrounding engaging in international business and the associated mandatory information reporting.

    Irvine Criminal Tax Defense Lawyers

    Criminal tax charges are generally filed when an audit or IRS criminal tax investigation reveals that a taxpayer has taken deliberate actions to evade his or her tax liabilities. Through sophisticated software – and collaboration with law enforcement, plus any number of state tax authorities – the IRS is increasingly capable of detecting and prosecuting tax fraud. Statistically, these cases have life altering negative outcomes for defendants, making skilled representation absolutely essential.

    We understand how frightening it can be to find yourself or your spouse at the heart of a criminal tax investigation. Serving Irvine and Orange County, our criminal tax defense attorneys are committed to protecting your best interests while working to mitigate the civil and criminal penalties you face. We represent taxpayers who have exposure or may be charged with a wide array of misdemeanor and felony tax crimes, including:

    When facing tax audits from agencies like the IRS, CDTFA, EDD, or FTB, certain red flags, such as destroyed records, underreported income, or unfiled returns, can intensify the examination, leading to high-risk eggshell and reverse eggshell tax audits. As such, residents and businesses must be aware of potential criminal tax violations and the signs indicating that they might be under a more rigorous investigation by the IRS’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID). This is especially so when the taxpayer has a history of blatantly cheating on their federal tax returns and is now under audit and thus fears criminal tax prosecution. Even international tax evasion schemes that utilize remote tax havens are easily detected by the IRS, which works with tax and law enforcement agencies around the globe and throughout the United States.

    At the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing, we understand the gravity of potential tax charges stemming from intentional tax evasion, fraudulent withholding, or false statements and the associated heavy fines and prison sentences. Skilled legal representation can make all the difference between an IRS audit concluding uneventfully – or spiraling into a dangerous criminal tax investigation. If you or your small business has been selected for a tax audit in Orange County, and you are concerned about a criminal tax investigation resulting from or occurring alongside the audit, engaging our Orange County Dual Licensed Criminal Defense Attorneys & CPAs services at the onset of a high-risk audit / criminal tax investigation will maximize the possibility of a favorable outcome without escalating to criminal tax charges. We are here to provide aggressive, informed representation in areas including:

    Get Back into Tax Compliance without Facing Criminal Tax Prosecution In Orange County

    Our dual-licensed Orange County & Irvine Voluntary Disclosure Attorneys and CPAs offer experienced guidance through the IRS Voluntary Disclosure Practice (VDP). This program is essential for individuals who have willfully understated their Federal tax liabilities. It offers a systematic and secure avenue to rectify their tax status while avoiding criminal tax prosecution. Like the IRS, the State of California’s Franchise Tax Board (FTB) and the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) provide a method for non-compliant taxpayers to regain compliant status by coming forward with the details of their failure to comply with the California state tax code. The path to voluntary disclosure to the FTB depends on whether you are an in-state or out-of-state filer. We are committed to assisting in making sincere, comprehensive, and timely disclosures to the IRS and California state tax authorities, which includes arranging for the payment of owed taxes, interest, and penalties and cooperating with the tax agencies to determine the correct tax liability.

    In light of recent changes, the new Department of Justice Tax Division’s Voluntary Disclosure Policy encourages entities, including but not limited to partnerships, government entities, and unincorporated associations, to make voluntary disclosures to the Tax Division, even if they believe the government may already be aware of the misconduct.

    Our dual-licensed Irvine Voluntary Disclosure Attorneys and CPAs navigate the complexities of various federal and California state voluntary disclosures, including domestic, offshore, CDTFA, and FTB voluntary disclosures, streamlined procedures, and delinquent FBAR and international information return submission procedures. As long as a taxpayer who has willfully committed tax avoidance (potentially including non-filed foreign information returns coupled with affirmative evasion of U.S. income tax on offshore income) self-reports the federal tax non-compliance through a domestic or offshore voluntary disclosure before the IRS has started an audit or criminal tax investigation/prosecution, the taxpayer can ordinarily be successfully brought back into tax compliance and receive a nearly guaranteed pass on criminal tax prosecution and simultaneously often receive a break on the civil penalties that would otherwise apply. We deal with:

    Struggling with Cryptocurrency Taxation in Orange County & Irvine?

    In the rapidly evolving world of virtual currencies like Bitcoin and other digital assets, many investors and traders are navigating complex Federal and California state tax implications. Receiving a letter from the IRS about unreported cryptocurrency transactions discovered via John Doe Summons can be alarming. It may lead to a high-risk eggshell audit or even a covert criminal tax investigation if not addressed appropriately. The surprise is often considerable when individuals learn that exchanges of one type of crypto for another are taxable events in the year they occur, even with no fiat currency changing hands, or that the IRS might have obtained their transaction details from sources like Coinbase. The volatile nature of the crypto market, with its significant highs in 2017 followed by subsequent lows, has left many facing substantial tax liabilities, often disproportionate to their current portfolio value.

    Our Irvine Bitcoin and Virtual Currency Tax Attorney & CPA have extensive experience in all facets of cryptocurrency, from understanding the nuances of airdrops to addressing challenges faced by individuals whose crypto was held with a brokerage that has since folded. The exposure is even more significant for those who’ve ventured offshore with cryptocurrency. However, there’s a silver lining: taxpayers who’ve intentionally committed tax evasion can often self-report through voluntary disclosure, potentially avoiding criminal tax prosecution and benefiting from reduced civil tax penalties. Whether you’re dealing with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, or any other virtual currency, call us today at 949-681-3502 or schedule a reduced-rate initial consultation here, and we will successfully guide you through the record-keeping and reporting procedures required to file a tax return. We will also fight vigorously for those whom the IRS has accused of failure to report and help them stave off more severe civil and criminal tax penalties. Read our story “Tax Fraud is Going Virtual” to know more about virtual tax evasion. For more information, see the following:

    Worried About a Prosecution for Unfiled Tax Returns?

    The U.S. is unique in its citizenship-based taxation that imposes stringent tax reporting and disclosure laws, especially for those holding foreign assets. Non-compliance, failing to file or pay taxes, can result in hefty penalties, with a 5% charge on the outstanding tax bill for each month of delay beyond the original tax filing deadline up to a maximum of 25%. Moreover, undisclosed foreign accounts, once considered safe havens, now carry substantial risks due to regulations like FATCA and the Bank Secrecy Act’s FBAR. At the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing, our dual-licensed Orange County Unfiled Tax Return Attorneys and CPAs stand ready to guide you through these complexities. Whether you’re confronting the civil and potential criminal tax repercussions of unfiled tax returns or navigating foreign account disclosures, our expertise ensures compliance and the protection/mitigation of potential civil or criminal tax consequences.

    In Need of Tax & Estate Planning in Orange County

    Our dual-licensed Estate Planning Tax Attorneys and CPAs represent estate planning clients throughout the globe with convenient offices in Los Angeles, Orange County, and the surrounding California counties. Our custom estate planning representation ensures that your final wishes are honored and helps you provide for your loved ones in your absence. Combining our financial planning, legal, tax, and accounting skills, and knowledge, we are committed to helping you preserve your wealth for future generations. Estate planning is a necessary process that a knowledgeable lawyer can compassionately and effectively handle. Our services include creating tax-efficient estate plans that reflect your goals, assisting with preparing and filing estate tax returns, and offering expert advice on gift tax implications.

    Estate planning involves multiple components, which need to be customized depending on the unique set of facts and circumstances underlying your financial situation, such as the size of your estate, the number of heirs involved, and the complexity and location of your domestic and international assets, including whether foreign or offshore bank accounts are involved. Our skilled California Estate Planning attorneys and supporting staff of CPAs and CPA candidates have decades of experience assisting clients with wills, trusts, advanced healthcare directives, and other estate planning and administration matters. We assist in:

    Confused About California State Sales Tax Rules in Irvine?

    In Irvine, businesses that collect sales tax from their customers are entrusted with remitting those taxes back to the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA). Any discrepancies, such as failing to pay collected taxes or having revenue that’s not appropriately taxed, can trigger a California sales tax audit by the CDTFA. Given the significance of sales tax, which accounts for over 80% of the Department of Tax & Fee Administration (CDTFA) revenue collection, California state tax audits are common, especially for businesses in certain high-risk industries. If you find your business selected for a tax audit, it would be wise to remain composed and promptly contact our dual-licensed Orange County Sales Tax Attorneys & CPAs.

    With recent overhauls in sales tax laws, especially after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling granting states more power to enforce compliance over online sellers, it would be wise to have our dual-licensed Orange County, CA Internet Sales Tax Attorney + CPA by your side. From internet sales tax audit representation to small business tax planning and bookkeeping services, we possess the experience to answer your business tax questions and help you achieve your goals. Our expertise spans from understanding the sales tax nexus and differentiating between sales and use tax to assisting with the complexities introduced by internet sales. Trust our Irvine Sales Tax Audit Attorneys to provide comprehensive sales tax advisory and representation, ensuring your business thrives in Irvine’s complex regulatory environment.

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    Our headquarters is located in Irvine, CA. Our beautiful 19,700 office space is staffed full-time and always available for our clients to meet with our highly qualified and experienced staff of Attorneys, Certified Public Accountants and Enrolled Agents. We also offer virtual consultations and can travel to meet with clients in one of our satellite offices.

    Outside of our 4 hour initial consultation option, we do not charge travel time or travel expenses when traveling to one of our Satellite offices, or surrounding business districts, where it is necessary to meet personally with taxing authority personnel, make court appearances, or any in person meeting deemed necessary for the effective representation of a client. To make this as flexible, efficient, and convenient as possible, David W. Klasing is an Instrument Rated Private Pilot and Utilizes the Firms Cirrus SR22 to service client’s in California and in the Southwest by air. Offices outside these areas are serviced via commercial jet airlines. None of these costs are charged to our clients.

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