Since 1983, My Team and I Have Helped 1,000's of Taxpayers Beat the IRS. Put Our Experience on Your Side. You'll Get a Better Night's Sleep Tonight! For the Taxpayer - Tax Attorney, Larry HeinkelWe typically only work with clients having large, unique problems, whose needs aren't met by a mill.Typically doctors/lawyers/realtors/professional with big problems. Also, to eliminate tax.debts.The End of Your Tax Problem Starts With a Discovery Call. Make Today the Day You Start the End!Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion is our Specialty. The Process Starts With a Discovery Call.
Virtual Consultations Anywhere in Florida:
FREE CONSULTATIONS are a sales gimmick. If you want to talk to see if we "click", fine. But you can't properly "diagnose" a problem in a short, free consultation. You need a thorough review of THE FACTS with the application of THE LAW and come up with a GAME PLAN that incorporates strategies that can best help that client.
A good attorney can't do that for free without going broke. A good consultation takes about an hour, plus (in our case) we obtain account transcripts from IRS in advance of the meeting so we know exactly where we are.
Isn't that what you need? A GAME PLAN?
Don't mess around with free consultations by someone trying to sell you something. In about 70% of my Game Plan meetings, that's all the client needs. Either they can do it themselves thereafter (and save money), or maybe the IRS is "right", or the best answer is "do nothing" (maybe because the statute of limitations will expire soon).
If you want to meet with an extremely experienced tax and bankruptcy attorney and pay a reasonable fee for the time, expertise and education, give us a call and get your GAME PLAN today.
By the way, my car's license tag reads BEAT IRS.
I hope you'll contact our firm soon.
|FL||Member in Good Standing||1983||12/26/2021|
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Florida Trend Magazine||Florida Legal Elite||2013|
|Managing Partner||Heinkel Tax Law Group, PL||1988 - Present|
|Associate||Dean Mead Et Al||1985 - 1988|
|Associate||Akerman Senterfiit||1983 - 1985|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Northeast Exchange Club||Member||2015 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Member||2012 - Present|
|Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association||Member||2007 - Present|
|Rotary Club of St. Petersburg||Past President||2005 - Present|
|Florida Bar, Tax Section||Executive Council||1985 - Present|
|Florida Bar Journal||Eliminating Tax Debts - Why Bankruptcy May Be Better Than an OIC||2008|
|Notre Dame Law Review||Section 338: An Analysis & Proposals for Reform||1983|
|Journal of Real Estate Taxation||The Impact of Installment Sales Revision Act on Starker-type Exchanges||1982|
|University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law||LL.M - Master of Laws||1983|
|University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1982|
|University of Florida||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|NACBA Annual Convention (San Francisco)||Discharging Taxes in Bankruptcy||2016|
|FICPA Annual Accounting Show||Top 10 Things CPAs Need to Know About IRS||2016|
|CRI Annual CPE for nationwide staff||Solving Complex Tax Problems||2014|
|29th Annual Accounting Show||Taxation of Short Sales and Foreclosures||2014|
|37th Annual Paskay Bankruptcy Seminar||Issues That Tax Consumer Debtors||2013|
|FSU Spring Accounting Conference||Tax Issues of Bankruptcy & Insolvency||2012|
|27th Annual Accounting Show||Tax Consequences of Bankruptcy||2012|
|FL Accounting & Business Expo||Tax Issues in Representing the Failing Business Enterprise||2008|
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