The experienced tax attorneys at Capitol Law Group PLLC advise taxpayers on all matters concerning taxation. Irrespective of income level, taxpayers benefit from consulting with a tax attorney before executing any major investment transaction. Whether it be the purchase or commencement of a business endeavor or the selection of appropriate portfolio investments, it is always wise to know the tax consequences beforehand. Without consideration of the tax repercussions of a financial decision, an astute economic move can quickly become unsound. Our attorneys are current on the rapidly changing tax laws and have helped many clients implement investment, business, retirement, and estate-planning strategies with tax minimization in mind.
Our attorneys provide taxation planning, as well as compliance, for federal, state and local taxes, income, estate, excise, property and sales and use taxes; review tax shelters; structure investments to generate tax benefits; litigate or settle disputes with tax authorities; coordinate tax plan with financial advisors and accountants. Taxpayers are subject to a complex array of state and federal laws that can pose serious problems for the finances of their businesses and themselves. Capitol Law Group PLLC uses taxation expertise to develop plans and solutions for your business and tax needs.
We are aware that many taxpayers are still recovering from the financial recession of recent years. Our attorneys are knowledgeable of the laws concerning debt forgiveness due to short-sales, foreclosures and debt-reduction agreements, and we are experienced in resolving past-due tax obligations with the Internal Revenue Service, IRS. Whether it is an offer in compromise, an installment agreement, or an application for currently not collectible status, our attorneys negotiate to obtain the best outcomes. The attorneys at Capitol Law Group PLLC also have expertise and experience in appealing determinations of the IRS, or other taxing authority, and represent the interests of clients before the IRS Office of Appeals, United States Tax Court and Idaho State Tax Commission.