Please Recommend a Tax Attorney


I

In Deep

Could someone recommend a good tax attorney, preferably located in Louisville
KY. A good national chain, if there are any, would be my second choice.



The circumstances are that there are six years of unpaid taxes (was self employed)
and no returns filed. Total approximate income over the six year period is
about $8,700 annually. An Offer In Comprise and or payments is the goal.
 
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Dale Eastman

In said:
Could someone recommend a good tax attorney, preferably located in Louisville
KY. A good national chain, if there are any, would be my second choice.



The circumstances are that there are six years of unpaid taxes (was self employed)
and no returns filed. Total approximate income over the six year period is
about $8,700 annually. An Offer In Comprise and or payments is the goal.
--
"You take the BLUE PILL, you wake up in your own bed,
and you BELIEVE WHAT YOU WANT TO.
You take the RED PILL, you stay in WONDERLAND,
and I'll show you HOW DEEP THE RABBIT HOLE GOES." - Morpheus

red pill:
http://www.861.info/ <--- "They" don't want you to look here.
 
D

Dale Eastman

Bill, I don't like to correct you in public about your typographical
errors, but I feel compelled to point out that you typo'd the word god
and misspelled it golf.
Sincerely, D.
He's playing golf with Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, and the Wizard of Oz.

--OnryAnRkst

http://NoGov4me.net
--
"You take the BLUE PILL, you wake up in your own bed,
and you BELIEVE WHAT YOU WANT TO.
You take the RED PILL, you stay in WONDERLAND,
and I'll show you HOW DEEP THE RABBIT HOLE GOES." - Morpheus

red pill:
http://www.861.info/ <--- "They" don't want you to look here.
 
O

OnryAnRkst

Dale Eastman wrote,
Bill, I don't like to correct you in public about your typographical
errors, but I feel compelled to point out that you typo'd the word god
and misspelled it golf.
Sincerely, D.
The difference is, the Wizard of Oz, Santa Claus, and the Easter Bunny know
they aren't god.



http://NoGov4me.net
 
W

Wayne Brasch

Dale Eastman said:
--
"You take the BLUE PILL, you wake up in your own bed,
and you BELIEVE WHAT YOU WANT TO.
You take the RED PILL, you stay in WONDERLAND,
and I'll show you HOW DEEP THE RABBIT HOLE GOES." - Morpheus

red pill:
http://www.861.info/ <--- "They" don't want you to look here.
Dale, this person is IN Deep enough. He/she doesn't need your kind of
trouble to be added to that.

Wayne Brasch, CPA, M. S. Taxation
 
J

John H. Fisher

Could someone recommend a good tax attorney, preferably located in Louisville
KY. A good national chain, if there are any, would be my second choice.
The circumstances are that there are six years of unpaid taxes (was self
employed)
and no returns filed. Total approximate income over the six year period is
about $8,700 annually. An Offer In Comprise and or payments is the goal.
Just fle the tax returns. You probably do not need an attorney and your
liability may not be as great as you think. Ask your neighbors to recommend a
good tax practitioner in your neighborhood.



"Jack" - John H. Fisher - (e-mail address removed)
Philadelphia, Pa - Atlantic City, NJ - West Wildwood, NJ
My Newsgroups & Boards at: http://members.aol.com/TaxService/index.html

Where Ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise!=:)
 
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Dale Eastman

Wayne said:
Dale, this person is IN Deep enough. He/she doesn't need your kind of
trouble to be added to that.

Wayne Brasch, CPA, M. S. Taxation
This comment from a CPA that can't or won't answer questions about
taxes just like the IRS.

Care to take a stab at telling the lurkers the answers to the following?


-QUOTE POST-
<http://www.google.com/groups?safe=images&ie=UTF-8&as_umsgid=rtaAc.14424$Y3.1544@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net&lr=&hl=en>

Yep, Just disregard all the 26 CFR garbage....
It doesn't mean anything.

Also disregard the questions Wayne can't or won't answer.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Asked 5/23/04, Unanswered by Mr. Brasch as of today:
<http://www.google.com/groups?selm=i1Xrc.19350$zO3.1672@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net&output=gplain>

Asked 5/9/04, Unanswered by Mr. Brasch as of today:
<http://www.google.com/groups?selm=Vpwnc.4184$KE6.141@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net&output=gplain>

Asked 5/3/04, Unanswered by Mr. Brasch as of today:
<http://www.google.com/groups?selm=Iktlc.2577$a47.2450@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net&output=gplain>

Asked 5/1/04, Unanswered by Mr. Brasch as of today:
<http://www.google.com/groups?selm=%lUkc.1835$8S1.86@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net&output=gplain>

Asked 4/24/04, Unanswered by Mr. Brasch as of today:
<http://www.google.com/groups?selm=6xxic.45$g31.33@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net&output=gplain>

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The question is: What law makes me liable?

You have failed to answer the question JUST LIKE Everson, N. Olsen, P.
Olsen, Felker, & Snow.

What law makes me liable?

Perhaps you will provide a better answer than the NON ANSWER Nina
Olsen gave in response to that question:
http://www.givemeliberty.org/WTP-tv/More3MinLinks.htm

Perhaps you will provide a better answer than the NON ANSWER that Mark
Everson gave in response to that question:
http://www.givemeliberty.org/WTP-tv/4MinLinks.htm

Perhaps you could even answer these two questions that Commissioner
Everson & Secretary Snow has refused to answer:
1) Should I use the rules found in 26 USC § 861(b) and 26 CFR §
1.861-8 (in addition to any other pertinent sections) to determine my
taxable domestic income?

2) If some people should not use those sections to determine their
taxable domestic income, please show where the law says who should or
should not use those sections for that.

Here is the NON ANSWER that many of 1,200 people received after
sending those questions to Commissioner Everson and Secretary Snow.
http://home.sprintmail.com/~dalereastman/tax/wtfover.html

VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV

Well? Think you can give a better answer than the IRS?





~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Wayne said:
Dale, you are in more of a dangerous corner than is Richard. Your arguments
have been beaten down so very many times!

Not by you.

Not by Richard.

Not by Everson
http://www.givemeliberty.org/WTP-tv/4MinLinks.htm

Not by Olson (Nina)
http://www.givemeliberty.org/WTP-tv/More3MinLinks.htm

Not by Roginsky
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/thugs/silence-rose1.html

Not by Beyer
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/thugs/transcript.html

Not by Lennon
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/thugs/transcript.html

Not by Judge
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/thugs/transcript.html

Not by Felker
http://taxableincome.net/takestand/felker.html

Not by Ashcroft
http://taxableincome.net/debate/war/ashcroft.html

Not by O'Connor
http://taxableincome.net/debate/war/oconnor.html

Not by Spaulding
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case1/transcript1.html

Not by Kafrissen
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case1/transcript1.html

Not by Enz
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case1/transcript1.html

Not by Stuart
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case2/response.html

Not by Spaulding (again)
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case3/transcript1.html

Not by Enz (again)
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case3/transcript1.html

Not by Judge
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case3/transcript1.html

Not by Stich
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case4/transcript.html

Not by Schraml
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case4/transcript.html

Not by Meredith
http://members.aol.com/onryanrkst/mycase.htm

Not by Mallette
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case6/letter-irs1.html

Not by Escher
http://taxableincome.net/extortion/case6/letter-irs1.html

Not by Nichols
http://taxableincome.net/debate/attempts/irstech.html

Not by Rossotti
http://taxableincome.net/debate/attempts/irsformletter.html

Not by Hill
http://taxableincome.net/debate/attempts/irsformletter.html

Not by Matthews
http://taxableincome.net/debate/attempts/irsagent.html

Not by Brown
http://taxableincome.net/debate/attempts/irsemail.html

Not by Taylor
http://taxableincome.net/debate/attempts/irsmanager.html

Not by Meehan
http://www.taxableincome.net/meehan.html

-END QUOTE POST-

Thank you for allowing me to show how your ilk won't answer questions...


--
"You take the BLUE PILL, you wake up in your own bed,
and you BELIEVE WHAT YOU WANT TO.
You take the RED PILL, you stay in WONDERLAND,
and I'll show you HOW DEEP THE RABBIT HOLE GOES." - Morpheus

red pill:
http://www.861.info/ <--- "They" don't want you to look here.
 
A

AK

In Deep said:
Could someone recommend a good tax attorney, preferably located in Louisville
KY. A good national chain, if there are any, would be my second choice.

The circumstances are that there are six years of unpaid taxes (was self employed)
and no returns filed. Total approximate income over the six year period is
about $8,700 annually. An Offer In Comprise and or payments is the goal.
I can't help you with tax attorney advice for Louisville, but you might
start with a local CPA who could tell you if your really need a tax attorney
(they are usually more expensive). IRS admits that self-employment
non-filers represent a large segment of individual non-filers. And they know
its partly because of the complexity of tax laws plus lack of knowledge
and confusion over filing requirements. So, they might not be too hard on
you with the penalties, although some professional representation would be
very wise.

ak
 
D

Dale Eastman

OnryAnRkst said:
The difference is, the Wizard of Oz, Santa Claus, and the Easter Bunny know
they aren't god.
I differ in opinion regarding the Wizard of Oz... IIRC he did have
"governmental authority complex" after all.
--
"You take the BLUE PILL, you wake up in your own bed,
and you BELIEVE WHAT YOU WANT TO.
You take the RED PILL, you stay in WONDERLAND,
and I'll show you HOW DEEP THE RABBIT HOLE GOES." - Morpheus

red pill:
http://www.861.info/ <--- "They" don't want you to look here.
 
I

In Deep

John said:
Just fle the tax returns. You probably do not need an attorney and your
liability may not be as great as you think.


We're talking about taxes penalties and interest on about $52,000 over six

years. That's the approximate after expenses income. Wouldn't a skilled

negotiator (an attorney) pay for him/her self in these circumstances?



I know better than to hire, for instance, JK Harris, but nonetheless I had

hopes of settling for substantially less than the full amount. Is this

wishful thinking?
 
J

John H. Fisher

We're talking about taxes penalties and interest on about $52,000 over six

years. That's the approximate after expenses income. Wouldn't a skilled

negotiator (an attorney) pay for him/her self in these circumstances?



I know better than to hire, for instance, JK Harris, but nonetheless I had

hopes of settling for substantially less than the full amount. Is this

wishful thinking?
I stand by my initial comments. Unless you first prepare your returns (have
them prepared by a tax professional), you can't be sure of your liability.
When you get to the bottom line, then is the time to start thinking about how
you are going to be able to pay, unlikely litigation, and what your next step
might be.

I've had clients who thought they owed 10's of k's in taxes and they've ended
up owing nothing, or much less than they had expected. For the time being KISS
(as simple as you can)=:) (JMVHO)



"Jack" - John H. Fisher - (e-mail address removed)
Philadelphia, Pa - Atlantic City, NJ - West Wildwood, NJ
My Newsgroups & Boards at: http://members.aol.com/TaxService/index.html

Where Ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise!=:)
 
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Shawn Hearn

Could someone recommend a good tax attorney, preferably located in Louisville
KY. A good national chain, if there are any, would be my second choice.
Contact the KY Bar Association for a referral. You can probably find the
Kentucky Bar Association's phone number by doing a web search.
 

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