IRS Representation

Many people use a tax professional to prepare their taxes. Tax professionals with an IRS Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) can prepare a return for a fee. However, some of these Tax Professionals not fully perceive the legal approach to represent you with the IRS and they could end you with more liability than what you already have. If you could choose a good tax professional, you should know who can represent you before the IRS.

Receiving a letter from the Internal Revenue Service with notification of an upcoming audit or dealing with persistent collections calls from the IRS can be nothing short of heart stopping. At Citrin Cooperman, we understand this – and we can help.

Our team of experts is comprised of seasoned attorneys, certified public accountants, international tax specialists, and former IRS agents who have decades of experience dealing with sensitive and complex tax situations. With a wealth of insight regarding IRS internal policies and procedures, and an in-depth understanding of the tax code, we will help you navigate through a sea of uncertainty and negotiate the best resolution for your case.