The Internal Revenue Service today urged taxpayers to be on the lookout for a surge of calls and email phishing attempts about the Coronavirus, or COVID-19. These contacts can lead to tax-related fraud and identity theft."We urge people to take extra care during this period. The IRS isn't going t...
The Internal Revenue Service today announced that distribution of economic impact payments will begin in the next three weeks and will be distributed automatically, with no action required for most people.These payments will based on the 2019 tax return if filed, and if not on the 2018 return.  T...
I spend most of my days resolving civil and criminal tax issues with the IRS and Connecticut Department of Revenue.  Whether its income tax, payroll tax or sales tax, we have seen and dealt with most issues.  The current pandemic is creating economic chaos and incredible stress on individuals who...
Join us Monday March 30th for a FREE two-hour webinar to update you on the business, economic and tax impact of the CARES Act:Preserving Businesses During the COVID-19 Recession: Understanding the Business and Tax Impact of the CARES ActYou can register for FREE here:
The focus of my practice is civil and criminal tax controversy.  At 2pm EST today the IRS released its response to assist taxpayers and give guidance as to what it will be doing as far as enforcement.  IR-2020-59 provides important guidance concerning:  Existing installment agreements, New instal...
In this special episode of the Tax Rep Network podcast I am joined by my law partner Noelle Geiger, Esq. who reviews the current response to the Covid-19 panedemic by the IRS and what you and your clients need to know. Check out the episode here:
The saying “May you live to see interesting times” has never been more poignant than now. The impact of the Coronavirus on society at large will be significant as individuals and businesses struggle to get through this. Join us Friday March 20th at 1:00 pm EST for a free session on what clients, ...
So business is booming, the firm is growing, everything is great. So why am I so miserable? This was the exact call Eric had with Brent Robertson several years ago which kicked off a dynamic change in the way Eric focused on the law firm of Green & Sklarz as well as Tax Rep LLC. Well joining Eric...
Green & Sklarz LLC is seeking a legal assistant/receptionist for our New Haven office.  The person will work as the receptionist and legal assistant.  We are a busy law firm.  This person's primary job duties will be: reception, client service, and assisting lawyers and other professional staff w...
Listen in on this weeks episode as I am joined by a very special guest, Andrew Keyso, the former IRS Chief of Staff and current Acting Chief of Appeals. During this talk Andy discusses the impact of the Taxpayer First Act, where Appeals is heading, the role of the hazards of litigation, and what ...

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