The Legal Experience Needed To Resolve Tax Identity Theft And Fraud
Any tax matter or dispute with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can be frightening and overwhelming. When identity theft is the reason that the IRS is taking action against you, the fear and uncertainty increases.
At Gabor & Marotta LLC, we understand the stress these matters cause. We also know that working with the IRS is often complicated. Our job is to reduce your stress and guide you through tax-related identity theft as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. You can rely on our experienced tax law attorney to investigate the case, explain your options and help you resolve the issue. We represent clients throughout Manhattan, Staten Island and other areas of New York City.
The IRS May Take Collection Actions Against You
An identity thief can steal your Social Security number and use it to get a job or steal your tax refund. You may have no idea this has occurred until you receive a notice from the IRS claiming one or more of the following:
- More than one return was filed using your Social Security number.
- You did not report all of your income, and the income in question was not from your employer.
- You owe more taxes and/or the IRS is trying to collect taxes for a period in which you did not file a return.
We recommend speaking with a lawyer if you are facing any of these situations. Resolving identity theft and fraud cases with the IRS can take months. With our help, you will have a knowledgeable advocate pursuing your case. We understand how the IRS works, so we can simplify the process for you. In addition, we can represent you if the matter escalates to litigation.