Michigan Tax Attorney

Have an IRS Tax Issue in Michigan? Don’t Know Where to Turn? Trust The Experts at Sheppard Law Offices To Help You Get The Settlement You Deserve!

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Tax Services in Michigan

Tax situations shouldn’t be taken softly or thought of as a situation that can be ignored and will just go away. At Sheppard Law Offices, we can help you along the way in making a complicated process easier to handle. We offer a variety of Tax services for Michigan residents.

A tax lawyer, and sometimes called a tax litigation lawyer that can help you with:

 

Need Tax Help in Michigan?

Trust the Experienced and professional tax attorneys at Sheppard Law Offices. We offer different services to help with all tax needs. Did you receive a notice of a tax audit? Need help with different IRS forms? We provide these tax help service and much more.

Are you drowning in taxes, do you need professional help to settle your tax issues, look no further than Sheppard Law Offices for professional tax help.

I Have Tax Problems, How Can a Tax Lawyer Help Me?

Tax issues have the tendency to cause stress and frustration. If you have received a notice from the IRS or the State of Michigan, noting that you owe them money for back taxes, you should look for a knowledgeable, professional tax attorney. Delinquent and unpaid taxes are a significant issue, these issues will not disappear just because you ignore them.

The longer you wait to deal with late or back taxes or respond to a notice sent to you by the IRS the more severe the penalties can be. Once the date on a notice has passed the balance can gain interest, for filing late, or worse jail time.

Many people make errors when filing taxes, if the IRS accuses you of a serious crime such as tax evasion, failure to collect employment taxes, or filing false documents, a tax attorney can help you. At Sheppard Law Offices we help Michigan residents get their lives back on track and help fix any type of tax problem you may have.

Where Can I Get Help for Tax Preparation in Michigan?

At Sheppard Law Offices we provide tax preparation services for the current year, delinquent (non-filed) tax returns, and we amend tax returns for prior tax years to correct any deficiencies.

We can help both individuals and business in which are facing the IRS and penalties, and resolve their tax problems. We are here to assist you against any issues with the IRS that you are facing.

What Are Michigan’s Tax Deductions?

There are 3 different major tax deductions in Michigan. Michigan income tax deductions could lower the amount of state taxes that you will owe. The 3 major deductions include the following:

  1. Exemption Deductions – this is a personal exemption deduction of $3,500.00 of your Michigan income taxes. That state would also allow a $2,200.00 exemption for persons over the age of 65 as well as people that have disabilities. This amount can also be applied to a person that has been on unemployment for over half of their gross income.
  2. Dependent Deductions – For each child that a person has they can get a deduction of $600.00 per child that is under the age of 18. Under this deduction the state will also allow a 3,500.00-dependency exemption.
  3. Additional Deductions – Residents of Michigan that are getting their pension from a private payment plan, can take a maximum deduction of $43,400 for their state taxes. Michigan senior citizens are also able to deduct up to 9,690.00 in capital gains income, dividend, and interest payments. Disabled veterans can receive a deduction of an additional $250 on their income taxes. If you contribute to a Michigan Education Savings Program, a person can also deduct up to an extra $5000,00.

What is a Tax Lien?

When you fail to pay your taxes the Michigan government can place what is called a tax Lien on your property and assets that you may own. A tax lien doesn’t mean that these assets will be seized, however, if you fail to pay a tax lien serious steps will be put in place and then these assets will be sold to collect what taxes you owe.

What is a Tax Levy?

A tax levy is the step that is taken after a tax lien is placed on your assets. This is the step in which the government of Michigan is then able to collect your assets and sell them to pay off your back taxes. Taxation authorities can levy your bank accounts, investment account, accounts receivable, wages, social security, pensions, insurance policies and other physical assets that you may owe.

What is Debt Consolidation? and How Can an Attorney Help Me?

Debt consolidation is a debt relief option that allows an individual to “consolidate” multiple higher-interest into a single, more affordable payment monthly.

At Sheppard Law Offices we work with Michigan residents with debt consolidation experts who will assist you with:

  • Lower monthly payments
  • Reduce your APR rates
  • Minimize creditor calls

These are only a few various kinds of debt consolidation solutions. Form more information please call a tax attorney at Sheppard Law Offices for more information.

Contact a Tax Expert Today

Weather your located in Grand Rapids, Lansing, Kalamazoo, Flinto, Ann Arbor, Detroit Michigan the tax attorneys at Sheppard law offices are here for you, call us today at (614) 523-3106 for a free consultation on how we can help you with IRS and tax issues.

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