Though we may not think about them often, taxes play a big role in our day-to-day lives. As individuals, we pay taxes with every purchase, they come out of our paychecks, and we scramble to file them every spring. As businesses, we’re responsible for getting every tax detail right as we try to keep our companies afloat. But the biggest way taxes can affect your life is when you’re being audited or you’ve fallen behind. Give yourself peace of mind by hiring a tax attorney. We’ll answer all the little questions you have about your tax audit while ensuring that you’ve got a solid tax plan in place.
Eric Day has served as a tax compliance officer, legal extern, and auditor for the Internal Revenue Service. He holds his Juris Doctor from the University of Idaho School of Law and his Master of Laws in Taxation from Loyola Law School.
Eric uses his in-depth knowledge of tax laws to break down complex topics for his clients, and his experience in taxes, law, and business put him a cut above a standard CPA.
Originally from Twin Falls, Idaho, Steven attended Brigham Young University and the University of Utah, ultimately obtaining degrees in marketing and finance from the University of Utah. Since 1987, he has practiced law in the Las Vegas area and successfully fought for clients throughout the United States, Canada, Asia, and Europe.
With online filing and a tax office on nearly every corner, many tax preparation companies are trying to sell convenience. While convenience is certainly important, accuracy is even more crucial when it comes to your taxes. You need someone who has both a deep and broad understanding of taxes, the IRS, and your personal and business finances.
Our lead tax attorney, Eric Day, has a background in business and taxes. He has handled tax plans for small and large businesses, audited taxpayers on behalf of the IRS, and obtained the highest tax law degree possible. Whether you’re being audited, building a tax plan for your business, or handling a tax lien from the IRS, our uniquely specific experience will be the biggest asset in your case.
We’d be failing in our duties if we applied a one-size-fits-all approach to your case. In your consultation, we’ll get to know you and the full details of your situation.
You likely have many questions about how your tax case may play out. We’ll take as much time as you need to answer your questions and outline your options.
While we’ll happily provide answers to all your questions, we’re here to take the burden of your case off your shoulders as we pursue the best outcome.
Taxpayer had incurred a tax liability of $2,649,448.64 in taxes, penalties and interest from an audit that was conducted on their 1120 tax return. We filed an Offer in Compromise – Doubt as to Liability on behalf of the taxpayer and were able to provide the IRS with substantiation to reduce the balance to $3,957.00.
Taxpayer had lost an audit related to small business stock loss write-off. We appealed the decision of the auditor and were able to successfully substantiate all the stock losses that he had recorded on his return. He went from owing the IRS $19,971.00 in taxes and penalties to $0.
Taxpayer loses audit based on real estate education that she took to improve her ability as a Real Estate Professional. Because she had established herself as a tax professional we were able to get the IRS to accept the education expenses she incurred, which otherwise would not be deductible.