Parent & Parent LLP opens a new location in Farmington, Connecticut, adding to its 6 locations statewide.
December 4, 2012 (Newswire) - Arguably among the most difficult financial times any person or business entity in the United States will ever experience involve tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service. Needless to say, sleepless nights await anyone that fails to comply with the IRS' rules when it comes to the timely payment of taxes and the quick settlement of tax debts.
Absent compliance with the IRS rules can lead, at worst, to seizure of assets and even placement of property liens. As such, it is highly important to partner with a reliable tax attorney that is equipped and trained to resolve such tax problems, and potentially avoid payment of huge sums to the IRS as penalty.
The law firm of Parent & Parent LLP, the IRSmedic, is based in the State of Connecticut, specializing in quick and efficient help with IRS problem. It is backed by a team of highly trained and experienced tax lawyers, former IRS agents and accountants who have been successfully representing clients throughout Connecticut since 2004.
Rated A+ by the BBB, IRSMedic: Parent & Parent LLP opens a new office to serve more and more clients throughout Connecticut. The firm is taking on the challenge that IRS problem assistance in Farmington, CT brings.
Managing partner Anthony E. Parent, Esq., proudly talks about the newest addition to the firm's offices: "Even when we had just one location in Wallingford, we notice we had a tremendous amount of clients from Farmington, Avon, Simsbury and Canton. Now, with our new office, we are able to better serve our clientele and satisfy the incredible need for tax help."
The IRSproblemhelp.net website details the scope of services offered by the firm, which covers Payroll Tax and Business Turn-around, Tax Levy and Lien Releases, Tax Audit Representation, Offshore Account Resolution (FBAR & OVDI), and IRS and Conn. DRS Tax Debt Settlement.
To learn more about the services offered by IRSMedic Farmington, please visit http://helpwithirsproblem.net for more information.