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Frank Centrella, CPA, MST

Frank Centrella

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Parsippany, NJ
973-472-6250
[email protected]

2021-2022 Tax Planning Guide

Tax Controversy

At some point, you may receive a letter from the Internal Revenue Service or a State & Local Taxing Authority. We are here to guide you through it.

Whether it is a tax audit, collection problem, appeal, denial of a refund, penalty assessment or other harsh correspondence, taxing authorities can be difficult to deal with. If this issue is not handled promptly and properly, you could be subject to significant penalties.

What should you do when a tax letter or notice arrives from the IRS?

Sax has a dedicated team of Tax Controversy specialists who represent individuals and businesses in issues with federal, state and local taxing authorities. We have an open line of communication with the IRS and state tax administrators shielding you from that burden. The potential scope of IRS issues is broad and can encompass income tax, payroll tax, sales tax, or estate and trust issues. Our team of experts will develop a tangible plan to resolve these issues and remedy your situation as soon as possible and, in many cases, with little or no penalty.

In addition to handling tax controversies, we take a proactive role in trying to minimize future tax liabilities identified during a tax audit. Since many of our clients are multistate businesses, we have developed the expertise to address issues from any state.

Handling tax controversy issues requires skill and experience, and at Sax, we will work diligently to mitigate or eliminate your tax problem, so you can get back to work.

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