Tax Controversy

Overview




Grassi & Co. advises and represents clients in a wide variety of tax controversy matters. 

Our tax controversy services include:
 

  • Tax Audit Services
    • Federal, State, and Local
    • Income, Sales, Use, Payroll, and Other Types of Taxes
    • Non-Resident Audits
    • Schedules A, C, E Audits
       
  • Tax Notices
    • Allegations of Omitted Income and Gross Proceeds
    • Unfiled Returns
    • Delinquency Related Penalties
    • Denials of Refund Claims
    • Nexus Issues
    • Revocation of Tax Exempt Status
       
  • Collection Actions
    • Offer in Compromise
    • Installment Payment Plan
    • Collection Due Process and Collection Appeal Process Hearings
       
  • Voluntary Disclosures
     
  • Delinquent FBAR Issues
     

We have extensive experience representing our clients in the United States Tax Court as well as in the federal, state, and local administrative appeals venues, such as IRS Appeals, NYS BCMS, and the NYC Bureau of Conciliation.
 

Our advice and representation extends to our firm's tax compliance and planning groups as part of our tax audit services.  We can help minimize potential tax controversies with taxing authorities, including seeking private letter rulings and other administratively‑issued guidance.
 

For more information on how Grassi & Co.'s Tax Controversy practice group can be of service, contact Noelle Geiger, JD., at ngeiger@grassicpas.com, or call her at (516) 336-2447.

 

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Team

Noelle Geiger Principal, Director of Tax Controversy Services

Newsletters & Alerts

EAlert: Capital Gains Reinvested in Qualified Opportunity Zones

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created code section 1400Z, which is designed to encourage economic growth and development through private investment in specific low income or rural communities and disaster areas.

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EAlert: IRS Issues Workarounds for SALT Deduction

On December 22, 2017 President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. 

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Unannounced Visits From the IRS?!

Is your business behind on EFTPS (Electronic Federal Tax Payment System) payments for federal employment taxes?  If so, you may get an unexpected visit from an IRS Revenue Officer as part of the EFTPS Early Alert program being implemented in 2016. The visit will be unannounced and will occur before the employment tax return is filed or tax is assessed. Your late-paid electronic federal tax deposits will trigger an FTD alert that is shared with the IRS in June, September, December and March. This alert will be coded (A) or (B).

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