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Dallas Tax Attorney Nick Nemeth Publishes New Article Explaining That The IRS Often Takes Advantage Of Taxpayers

Nick Nemeth, Founder of The Law Office of Nick Nemeth PLLC, a Dallas Tax Law Firm, breaks down common IRS tactics.

Dallas, TX –July 14, 2014- Nick Nemeth, who is well known in the Dallas area of the Founder of the Law Offices of Nick Nemeth, has just contributed an additional article to his internet website. The article, titled “Don’t Let the IRS Pull a Fast One: Five Ways the IRS Takes Advantage of Taxpayers” breaks down several ways that the IRS takes advantage of taxpayers.

IRS Attorney Nick Nemeth writes, “As a taxpayer, the last thing you want is a dispute with the IRS. The IRS is known for its intimidating tactics and brutal collection process. And because the tax code is hopelessly complicated, the IRS knows that the average taxpayer doesn’t fully understand it, and therefore the IRS can get away with a lot more than they should be able to.

In this article we cover five ways that the IRS takes advantage of taxpayers. Don’t let this happen to you – make sure to have an experienced tax attorney on your team!

1) The IRS doesn’t always inform you of your rights. As a taxpayer, you do have rights in a dispute with the IRS. But the IRS knows that you may not be aware of your rights, and they will often take advantage of this ignorance in order to gain an advantage in your dispute. It’s important to have an attorney on your team to hold the IRS accountable.

2) The IRS knows you don’t have specialized knowledge of the tax code. The tax code is impossibly complicated, and the IRS knows that most taxpayers today don’t have a thorough understanding. So they’ll take advantage of your lack of knowledge, fully aware that you may be leaving money on the table in your tax controversy. Don’t take on the IRS without a tax lawyer on your side.

3) The IRS relies on fear to intimidate. The IRS has a tremendous amount of power –the power to seize your assets, garnish your bank account, and even press criminal charges. They’ll use these powers however they deem necessary, and they’ll threaten taxpayers in order to encourage compliance. A tax attorney knows what the IRS can and cannot do, and he or she will keep the agency in line.”

The Law Office of Nick Nemeth works to help individuals and business owners in FFW to put their IRS disputes behind them. The entire article can be found at http://www.myirsteam.com/blog/dont-let-the-irs-pull-a-fast-one-five-ways-the-irs-takes-advantage-of-taxpayers.php

To learn more about The Law Office of Nick Nemeth, please visit http://www.myirsteam.com

About Nick Nemeth:

The Law Offices of Nick Nemeth focus solely on IRS tax problems and one of the most common reasons clients come to Nemeth is for delinquent tax returns.

With over 15 years experience as a lawyer, Nick Nemeth is a best-selling author who focuses on helping both individuals and businesses overcome the stress and devastation of their tax problems. At his boutique tax law firm located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, solving IRS problems goes beyond saving his clients’ money.