Georgia State Tax Audits
Aggressive Tax Collection Calls for Experienced Defense
In today's economy, every state is finding itself stretched to its fiscal limit. Georgia and its neighboring states are no different. Like all state taxing agencies, Georgia's Department of Revenue has strict policies and procedures designed to collect all funds that may be due.
An audit commonly reveals to businesses and individuals that they may have a problem with the Department of Revenue. At The Litwin Law Firm, P.C., we have an AV-rated* tax law attorney who has experience dealing with audit defense.
Our law firm can represent you or your business from audit through administrative appeals, in court, and, beginning January 1, 2013, before the Georgia Tax Tribunal. If necessary, we consult with CPAs to handle the complexities of forensic accounting. Because of this collaboration, we regularly receive referrals from CPAs whose clients face state tax audits and resulting assessments.
Our law firm has experience representing clients facing state tax audits that involve:
- Sales and use taxes
- Corporate income taxes
- Individual income taxes
- Net worth taxes
- Franchise taxes
- Telecommunications taxes
- Business license and occupational taxes
Specializing in State and Local Tax Law — Call 866-414-4694
At our Atlanta-based law firm, we focus on state and local tax law. For knowledgeable advice from a tax lawyer, contact our law office.
Representing Clients Nationwide in Georgia Tax Audits
Our experience with state tax audits includes representing Georgia businesses under audit by other state taxing authorities and representing non-Georgia businesses under audit by the Georgia Department of Revenue.
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