There are many laws and regulations related to the tax process. Tax law is exceptionally complicated and in constant change.
Tax situations that may require a tax lawyer:
Corporate Tax Lawyers
Corporations are taxed differently than individuals, and other small businesses. A corporation is the only type of business that must pay its own income tax on the profits it makes in contrast to partnerships and limited liability companies.
- What are Corporate Tax Lawyers?
- Are All Corporations Subject to the Accumulated Earnings Tax?
- Tax-Free Contribution to Corporation in Exchange for Stock?
- Corporate Tax Attorney
Income Tax Lawyers
Income tax is a type of tax that the government imposes on individuals depending on their income. The tax rate may increase as the income increases.
- What Is Income Tax?
- Legality of Not Paying Your Income Taxes
- Income Tax Audits
- Can I Really Lower My Income Taxes By Making Charitable Donations?
- Do I Have to Pay Income Taxes After Filing Bankruptcy?
- Personal Exemptions for Taxpayers
International Tax Lawyers
Unlike U.S citizens who are taxed on any income that they earn in the United States, international tax deals with how much taxes must be paid by U.S citizens or foreign corporations who are receiving some type of payment or income from foreign countries.
- What is International Tax?
- Foreign Students and International Taxes
- How Do I Know Where My Tax Home is Located?
- Residence Test for International Taxes
Property Tax Lawyers
Property tax is tax that is imposed by the government on real property. This type of property may be land, improvements on land, personal property, and intangible property.
- What Is Property Tax?
- Are There Tax Benefits to Owning a Home?
- My Property Tax is Very High. What Should I Do?
- Unpaid Property Tax Issues
- Personal Property Tax
Tax Evasion Lawyers
Tax evasion is a crime that involves an individual or corporation providing false or insufficient information to the IRS to avoid paying taxes. A falsification may involve intentionally misrepresenting tax information, inflating deductions, unreported income, or transferring income to offshore accounts.
- What Is Tax Evasion?
- How Can You Tell the Difference Between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance?
- Employment Tax Evasion
- Defenses to Tax Evasion
- Tax Fraud
An IRS audit is a review or examination of an individual's or business’ accounts and financial information. The purpose of the audit is to determine whether tax information has been accurately provided as required by federal tax laws. Being audited does not always mean that an error has been found.