Hanover Law PC
The rules we now know as the “Tax Code” were officially enacted in 1913. Although many have argued the Federal Government has no right to collect taxes, this position is completely false. The Sixteenth Amendment allows the Federal Government to apply the tax on “all income from whatever source derived.” Title 26 of the United States Code governs the rules and regulations of tax administration, collection, and enforcement.
We specialize in assisting individuals to manage their tax liabilities, resolve difficult tax questions, and defend against IRS audits. Additionally, we represent clients in Washington, DC at the Tax Court.
In tax disputes, you will normally receive a notice of deficiency, or a letter indicating the IRS requires additional documentation to support your tax submission. Failure to file any tax can be a serious problem, requiring attorney intervention to minimize the likelihood of criminal prosecution and possible jail time.
Many tax disputes can be handled independently of the taxpayer — you may have us represent you at the hearings and the audit. Hanover Law is committed to reducing the stress of IRS interaction, and ensuring you have the best possible outcome.
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Hanover Law PC
2751 Prosperity Ave
Fairfax, Va 22031
Provide top quality immigration, criminal, civil, business, contract, and tax representation to clients in the DC, Virginia, and Maryland regions.