Calvin Bomar is a former IRS of Chief Counsel attorney who handles audits, U.S. Tax Court litigation, administrative appeals, offer in compromise, penalty abatement, innocent spouse relief, state tax cases and all other tax matters. It is the company purpose to strive to provide experienced, determined and responsive representation that is focused on seeking the best possible result for each of their clients.
What are some of the goals of your business?
Our goal is to get every client the best possible result in their case. We think that it is because we put clients first. We are consistently rated as one of the fastest growing law firms in the U.S. by Law Firm 500.
What are some commonly asked questions in your field?
1. What should I do if I receive an audit notice?
You should bring it to a tax attorney immediately. Clients who try to handle it themselves tend to obtain very bad results. Auditors will frequently tell taxpayers that they will not accept types of documentation that the taxpayer would actually win within Tax Court. They also try to get taxpayers to sign documents admitting to owing amounts that they may not owe. They sometimes even accuse people of lying to a federal agent. Even attorneys and CPAs should not handle their own audit. Furthermore, a good tax attorney will almost always save a client exponentially more than they charge.
2. What if I actually owe them the money?
Even if you believe that you owe the IRS the money, you should still have your case reviewed by a tax attorney. Even after a balance has been reduced as much as possible, it is still possible to obtain relief based on inability to pay and other types of relief.
How long have you been a tax attorney? How can readers find you?
I have been a tax attorney for 18 years. I opened my Atlanta office in 2008 and moved to the Vinings area at Galleria Office Park in 2012.
100 Galleria Parkway S.E., #480, Atlanta, 404.841.6561, BomarLawFirm.com