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Specializing in IRS and NYS Tax Representation. Workers Compensation Audits, Payroll, Sales and Income Tax representation for Businesses, Individuals, Restaurants and Construction Companies. Civil and Criminal Workers Comp Audit representation includes: NYSIF Examinations, Premium Disputes, Employee Misclassification, Underreporting, Unreported Income, and Failure to Keep Accurate Payroll Records.

Friday, December 22, 2017

SELIG & Associates: We Keep Secrets Safe

We do not disclose our client’s names

We do not publish testimonials

We don’t talk to our clients about their tax case in public places.

We don’t talk about our clients with our closest friends, spouse or family members.

When a client sends us a text message, we delete the message right away so that no one else can see it.

We don’t talk to our clients on the phone when someone else is listening or can overhear our conversation.

Successful Tax Advocacy & Litigation We practice before the Internal Revenue Service, the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, the Department of Justice Tax Division, the New Jersey Division of Taxation, the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA). 
Proven Tax Representation Services include: Tax Crimes, Tax Evasion, Failure to File a Tax Return, Criminal Non-Filing, False Returns,  Installment Agreements, Partial Payment Agreements, Sales Tax Audits, Sales Tax Controversies, Wage Garnishments, Bank Levies, Seizure of Real Property, Innocent Spouse Relief, Trust Fund Recovery Penalty, Payroll Taxes, Statute of Limitations, Offer in Compromise, Administrative Appeals, Collection Due Process Hearings and most other tax matters. 

Guaranteed Professional Service We meet with our clients personally. We return telephone calls, answer emails and provide our clients with regular updates and status reports. 

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