Resolving State Issues in Maryland, Virginia or District of Columbia
If your individual, family or business state tax issues in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia are so complex and problematic that tax litigation may be necessary, one law firm has the experience, knowledge, dedication and client commitment that gets results: Frost Law.
Our tax attorneys represent clients in a variety of disputes with DC Office of Tax and Revenue, Comptroller of Maryland, Virginia Department of Taxation and other state taxing authorities.
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Every Tax Problem Has a Solution — Frost Law Can Help You Find Yours
Tax issues that may arise at the state level can include income tax, sales tax, use tax, withholding tax, unemployment tax and property tax. Each state has a different system for administering and collecting tax. State taxing authorities frequently are difficult to deal with and may be more aggressive than the IRS in tax collections.
State taxing agencies are in direct competition with the IRS for tax dollars. States often assess income tax before the IRS or file a tax lien before the IRS. This often gives the state priority over the IRS and other creditors when taking collection action against a taxpayer. Because their procedures are not as formal, the job of protecting taxpayers who have outstanding tax liabilities is challenging.
A creative approach and thoughtful strategy are necessary to protect the rights of a taxpayer. Most states offer similar versions of the IRS’s Offer in Compromise program, and will offer payment plans and amnesty from penalties and interest.
At Frost Law, our tax lawyers give you the facts you need to know about tax laws in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia — facts that can lead to sound decisions.
We offer free initial consultations and maximum availability to your questions and concerns from start to finish of the legal process. Call (202) 618-1873 or fill out our brief form for a free consultation.