Jeffrey Anton CollinsTax Law Offices - Business Tax Settlement Corp
- Tax Law
As an Attorney, Former IRS agent and Retired CPA, I fight serious tax matters for business owners. I specialize in IRS problems with larger IRS liability – that greater than $100,000. My specific services include:
• Offer-in-Compromise Settlements
• Emergency or Hardship Stop to IRS Levy
• Release of IRS Levy on Payroll Bank Accounts
• Removal of IRS Liens on Real Estate
• Representation in IRS Special Agent Investigations
• Removal of IRS Civil Penalty
• Sensitive Innocent Spouse Cases
• Tax from Death, Divorce, Sale or Loss of Business
I serve clients across the U.S., and am licensed to practice at the U.S. Tax Court, multiple federal courts, and the State of Illinois,
Businesses face unique problems with IRS, payroll, and cash flow. I can protect your bank funds from IRS control. I am easy to speak with. I keep my clients informed, and will return your calls and emails. CPA’s and tax accountants prefer to work with me on their clients’ IRS tax cases.
- Tax Law
- Business Taxes, Criminal Tax Litigation, Estate Tax Planning, Income Taxes, International Taxes, Payroll Taxes, Property Taxes, Sales Taxes, Tax Appeals, Tax Audits, Tax Planning
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- U.S. District Court - 4th Circuit
- ID Number: 18570
- U.S. District Court - 7th Circiut
- United States Tax Court
- English: Spoken, Written
- Jeffrey Anton Collins
- University of Arkansas - Little Rock
- J.D. (1997)
- University of Arkansas - Pine Bluff
- The University of Denver Sturm College of Law
- Complaint Free Award 2020
- Better Business Bureau
- Tax Law Offices once again reached its annual milestone: The BBB Complaint Free Award. This honor is awarded to those companies that show the highest level of customer care in avoiding complaints through the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
- Top Rated Local Business (Illinois)
- Top Rated Local
- Top 100 Attorney
- National Black Lawyers
- National Association of Tax Professionals
- Board Member - Illinois
- - Current
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- - Current
- American Bar Association
- - Current
- Activities: Taxation Practice Division
- Tax Advice from a Former IRS Auditor
- Bloomberg Business Week
- Criminal Tax Fraud and Controversy, American Bar Association
- Certified Public Accountant (Retired)
- State of Arkansas
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- How to Stop Tough IRS Problems
- Selling a Business: Ways a Federal Tax Lien Disrupts the Sale
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May 19, 2023
- IRS Wage Levy? Here’s What to Do
May 3, 2023
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- Q. How can you do a deed in lieu of Foreclosure if your home was included in a ch.7 bankruptcy?
- A: Even if the home was surrendered to the lender in the bankruptcy, you may still be on the title. Offering a deed-in-lieu allows the lender to change title ownership without a foreclosure judgment. That option is very helpful, and is certainly allowable.
- Q. state taxes are not being taken out of my paycheck.
- A: It is only your employer's job to withhold tax and pay the funds over to the government, per your state version of the W-4 Form. It is not the employer's responsibility to pay your liability. Here is a somewhat related article, for another W-2 reporting situation: https://www.stopirsproblem.com/tax-attorney-il-blog/irs-tax-attorney-naperville/they-sent-1099-not-w2-form/
- Q. Selling sister's condo, profit of $65K, she is a missionary in Peru how can she avoid taxes until return in few years?
- A: It is possible that she qualifies for exclusion of capital gain on that sale. It sounds like she could avoid all of the estimated $65K in gain under Tax Code Section 121(c), as long as she sells before she is out of the home for about 4.5 years. The opportunity is much more challenged after that. However, there is possibly another opportunity for her to take a full exclusion of all gain, applying IRC Subsections 121(c) and 121(d)(12), because her work is much like that of the Peace Corps, which also has a special exception. I would consider planning a sales based upon the assumption that the tax can be excluded, if the timing of the sale meets the exceptions mentioned above. You might find additional answers on our FAQ page, at: https://www.stopirsproblem.com/frequently-asked-questions/
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