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Kyle Cramer – Your Tax Attorney Phoenix Expert

Why a tax lawyer? There are many tax resolution businesses out there that are not run by tax attorneys. In some cases, practicing in this field requires as little as passing three one-hour long exams. Kyle Cramer focused his law school studies on tax law, and has significant experience as an IRS Enrolled Agent and as an attorney. Also, hiring a tax attorney can protect your statements and records from IRS scrutiny by citing attorney-client privilege. Accountants and enrolled agents are not afforded this privilege. Copper Canyon Law takes your privacy seriously and safeguards your records and information and does not disclose it without your authorization or to further your case.

Ceasing Tax Problems Is Possible

Putting an end to the tax problems that keep you up at night is not impossible. Attorney Kyle Cramer can assist you in resolving this and helping you find that light at the end of the tunnel.  Let Copper Canyon Law work for you and get your situation under control and bring it to close.

 

If you seek Tax help, Copper Canyon Law provides legal representation to clients throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area and through Arizona. We are here for you and that is why we proudly offer a free consultation.

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Copper Canyon Law can:

  • Negotiate a settlement of your tax debt for a fraction of what you owe
  • Prevent or remove wage garnishments or other property seizures
  • Prevent bank levies
  • Remove IRS tax liens
  • Remove penalty charges
  • Eliminate meetings between you and an IRS auditor
  • Resolve sales, payroll, and other tax issues
  • Work out a reasonable payment arrangement (installment agreement) or currently not collectible status

Need help with your tax issues or have a question? Contact us now.

Tax Attorney In Phoenix

Copper Canyon Law Represents Clients

in front of the IRS and provides the following tax relief services:

Offer in Compromise – The IRS and many states have a settlement program known as an “offer in compromise” that allows us to negotiate a settlement for a fraction of what is owed. This method can be used to eliminate a tax debt and give a taxpayer a fresh start. The basis for the IRS accepting an offer in compromise is that there is a ‘doubt as to collectability”, meaning that the IRS would likely not be able to collect the entire amount owed, or that exceptional circumstances would make paying your full tax bill unfair or inequitable. Copper Canyon can verify if this is a potential option for your situation and handle this complicated process for you.

 

Tax Preparation – Copper Canyon Law can prepare your annual or quarterly tax returns. Our tax preparer is experienced, efficient, and focuses on getting the maximum result for the client while minimizing the client’s stress of this regular process.

 

Audit Representation – Copper Canyon Law can be a buffer between you or your business and the IRS auditor. We have significant experience defending tax audits and ensuring that taxpayers receive fair treatment throughout the audit process.

 

Penalty Abatement – Copper Canyon Law can assist you in getting penalties removed from your tax debt, resulting in a significant reduction in AZ taxes owed.

 

Installment Agreement – An installment agreement is a payment arrangement with the IRS or state taxing authority. Copper Canyon, a tax attorney Phoenix firm can analyze your ability to pay and and work out a minimal payment arrangement on your tax debt.

 

Currently not collectible – Currently not collectible is when the IRS ceases collection action on a taxpayer because it creates a hardship on the taxpayer. If repayment of your tax liability would create a significant hardship, Copper Canyon can help you get placed on this status to cease collection action. The IRS often requests updates every year to two years to verify if a hardship still exists.

 

Unfiled tax returns – If you have unfiled tax returns or if the IRS is threatening to file a tax return for you, Copper Canyon can assist you in getting those returns prepared in the most efficient, practical way. Unfiled tax returns are often stressful because taxpayers may not have complete information to prepare the returns. Copper Canyon can use its resources to assist in gathering that information and provide advice on what to do when documentation is not available.

 

Tax-motivated bankruptcy – Certain taxes can be discharged in bankruptcy. Attorney Kyle Cramer has assisted many clients discharge taxes through the bankruptcy process.

 

Lien, levy, and wage garnishment removal – If the IRS is threatening to lien, levy or garnish your wages, or is already doing so, Copper Canyon Law can stop or prevent these collection actions.

 

Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TFRP) – If your business failed to pay its payroll taxes, the IRS can assess a portion of this tax to individuals who are responsible for collecting and paying those taxes. This can include, officers, members, and employees with signature authority on bank accounts. If this IRS is threatening to assess this penalty, Copper Canyon Law can provide representation during this process, to ensure that the penalty is not assessed on non-responsible parties. If the penalty has already been assessed, we can create an action plan to ensure the penalty is repaid in a way that is least harmful to you and your business. Trust Fund Recovery Penalties are not dischargable in bankruptcy.

 

Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT, aka sales tax)Copper Canyon Law can assist in preparing unfiled TPT returns, seeking penalty abatements, and work on resolution of any unpaid TPT liabilities.

 

Tax Appeals and Tax Court Representation – Did the IRS make an audit determination without your knowledge, or did your auditor not allow everything you provided? Copper Canyon’s Tax Attorney Phoenix can represent you in appealing your audit or even challenging the audit in tax court. Phoenix Attorney Kyle Cramer has helped many clients reduce proposed assessments made by auditors by appealing them or contesting them with tax court filings.

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