Atlanta tax attorney Cal Bomar helps clients solve tax problems
There are virtually always options available for you to resolve a tax debt. You deserve experienced legal advice that will help you get the best result for your specific situation.
Our tax attorneys represent clients with tax cases at every level: audit, assessment, Tax Court and administrative appeals. We represent clients throughout Atlanta and Georgia, including:
• Cases involving tax audits or assessments
• Corporate income taxes or payroll taxes
• Persons held personally liable for unpaid business employment taxes
Atlanta, Georgia, tax attorney Cal Bomar holds an LL.M. (advanced law degree) in Tax from New York University School of Law. He has handled complex tax cases from both sides of the table. A former tax attorney for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel who represented the government, he now represents taxpayers in Georgia on IRS and State of Georgia tax matters.
This background gives Mr. Bomar insights into what the IRS position will be on a wide range of specific tax matters. His significant experience enables him to negotiate or litigate favorable resolutions for clients, including:
- Installment agreements
- An offer in compromise
- Penalty abatement
- Reclassification to "currently not collectible" status
- IRS Fresh Start Program
- Reduced or eliminated tax liability
- Innocent spouse relief
If you are facing an IRS tax audit, Mr. Bomar provides audit defense.
When making an offer in compromise, you generally offer the IRS an amount that is less than what you owe. In some cases, this can save you hundreds of thousands of dollars. In other cases, it will not be the best way to resolve the tax liability.
If you have had your wages garnished or the IRS has threatened to levy your bank account, Mr. Bomar can set up a plan to end the garnishment of your wages and bank levy.
To avoid an IRS or Georgia tax lien, a bank levy, wage garnishment and the compounding of interest and penalties, contact us to speak directly with a tax lawyer about your case.