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Using a Tax Attorney

While some taxpayers can easily file taxes on their own, others with more complicated finances and life events may benefit from the services of an accountant. Sometimes, however, an attorney is necessary, particularly when dealing with complicated self-employment matters or problems with the IRS. However, hiring an attorney can be a confusing endeavor for someone who has never worked with a lawyer before. This section includes an explanation of how to hire a tax attorney, how a tax attorney can help in certain situations, a sample tax attorney intake form, how to choose between a tax lawyer and an accountant, and more.

Learn About Using a Tax Attorney

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