Dallo Law Group | Tax Law Firm in San Diego
Dallo Law Group is a boutique tax law firm located in Downtown San Diego, California. Our firm is primarily dedicated to helping individuals and businesses resolve tax problems with the InternalRevenue Service (IRS) and state taxing agencies, such as the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB), the State Board of Equalization (SBE) or the Employment Development Department (EDD). Our taxcontroversy practice is comprehensive and extensive, and our San Diego tax lawyer can assist you in every stage of the tax controversy cycle, such as filing delinquent tax returns, representation inaudits and audit appeals, litigating your tax case in court, settling your debt through an installment agreement or offer-in-compromise (OIC), removing IRS tax liens, levies and garnishments, taxpenalties and zealously defending you against potential criminal penalties.
- An IRS audit or examination can be a very daunting experience for a taxpayer. In an IRS audit the taxpayer has the burden of substantiaing or proving the income, deductions, and credits taken on atax return. For this reason, IRS tax audits tend be highly complicated, stressful, and sensitive. Fortunately, there is no reason for you to handle your IRS audit alone. At Dallo Law Group, our SanDiego tax lawers are experienced and trained in the IRS audit process and we know how to deal and negotiate with the IRS on your behalf. Because we are also CPA trained, we know how to navigatethrough your tax return and know how to substantiate your income, deductions, and credits.
- Litigating a tax case in tax court is the most popular choice amongst taxpayers because this is the only option where you don't have to prepay your tax before going to court. While the tax court is avery desirable forum to litigate a tax dispute, tax court is not always the best or a possible choice for your tax dispute. If you believe you are entitled to a refund for taxes paid to the IRS or ifyou miss the deadline to file a petition with the Tax Court, your best option to litigate your tax case is with the United States District Court. Determining which choice of forum is the best optionfor you requires a skilled tax lawyer. Contact Dallo Law Group for a FREE consultation to discuss your tax litigation options!
- There are two main groups of tax crimes: (1) tax crimes relating to the filing of a tax return and (2) tax crimes for failing to file a tax return. Under these two groups, the IRS and the Departmentof Justice (DOJ) has the power to enforce many tax crimes under the Internal Revenue Code. In addition to tax crimes under the Internal Revenue Code, the federal government often enforces other whitecollar crimes against taxpayers, such as mail and wire fraud, perjury, and money laundering.
Dallo Law Group | Tax Law Firm