Tax Controversies

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Our Chicago Tax Controversy Lawyers Work To resolve all tax controversies as favorably, efficiently, and cost-effectively as possible.

Our tax controversy team has extensive experience representing taxpayers at all levels of the Internal Revenue Service and before state and local tax agencies. Harrison & Held, LLP’s tax controversy team is comprised of attorneys who previously worked extensively for the Internal Revenue Service, and many of the team’s attorneys have CPAs, MBAs, and Masters-In-Law in Taxation. We represent taxpayers in all types of tax disputes, including estate and gift tax, income tax, excise tax, employment tax, sales and use tax, property tax, and all related penalties and interest. The tax controversy team has represented thousands of taxpayers that cut across a wide variety of entity classifications and geographic boundaries. Many of our attorneys are listed in publications such as Leading Lawyers, Super Lawyers, and Chambers.

Our clients in this area include individuals, trusts and estates, publicly and privately held entities, hedge funds, not-for-profit organizations, governmental entities including Indian tribes, and TEFRA partnerships.

Our regular and ongoing services include:

  • Audit representation
  • Appeals representation
  • Collection representation
  • Offers in compromise
  • Criminal investigation division defense
  • State and local tax audits
  • Whistleblower actions
  • Voluntary disclosures and offshore account disclosures
  • Property tax disputes

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