At the Law Offices of Frederick W. Meissner, tax Attorney Frederick W. Meissner is a former IRS Agent who helps clients resolve tax problems with the IRS and State and Local taxing authorities. Whether your difficulties stem from an IRS tax audit, or you have a business payroll-tax or sales-tax controversy, Mr. Meissner can represent you in the audit, tax appeal or any other tax litigation and can make an offer in compromise and negotiate an installment agreement on your behalf. He also counsels clients facing tax related bankruptcy and provides back tax preparation assistance to those who have not have filed income tax returns for some time.
The Law Offices of Frederick W. Meissner will help you:
With his ten years’ experience as an IRS agent and twenty-plus years as a tax attorney, Frederick W. Meissner knows the inner workings of taxing authorities and how to defend you against them and how to reach a fair, negotiated tax settlement.
Mr. Meissner has offices in Phoenix and Tucson and offers a complimentary 60 minute initial consultation.
Experience in working "both sides of the table" offers our clients the decisive edge not only in negotiating and litigating favorable resolutions of tax disputes, but also in determining tax audit risks related tt to the structure, negotiation and implementation of business transactional and consulting solutions.
Why Hire a tax attorney?
You hire a tax attorney for his/her education, experience and skill in efficiently and effectively reaching an acceptable resolution to your IRS, state or local tax problems. Effectively dealing with governmental agencies requires education to understanding the rules, regulations and complex revenue codes. But its more than knowing the law; Rather, it is the experience of interacting with the agency and the learned skills in understanding its policies and administrative procedures.
Unless you deal with bureaucratic agencies often, you cannot adequately represent taxpayers before the IRS or state tax agencies. The Law Offices of Frederick W. Meissner can help individuals and businesses plan carefully to reduce their tax burden.
Our tax planning services include:
Mr. Meissner's practice charges reasonable fees, offers free initial consultation and weekend and night appointments. Offices are located in Phoenix and Tucson.
Call the Law Offices of Frederick W. Meissner today at 602-912-5808 (Phoenix) or 520-202-7458 (Tucson) to schedule a free consultation, or browse our website for more information
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|AZ||Administrative - Not Authorized to Practice||2004||07/02/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Distinguished Faculty||Lorman Education Services||2013|
|Special Enrollment Examination Comm.||United States Department of Treasury||2003|
|Special Enrollment Advisory Comm.||United States Department of Treasury||2001|
|Consultant||Fred Meissner EA & Associates||1989 - 2004|
|Revenue Agent||IRS||1979 - 1989|
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|State Bar of Arizona, Tax Law Section||Member||2004 - Present|
|State Bar of Arizona Tax Section Exec Concil||IRS Liaison||2006 - 2008|
|Arizona DOR Offer-In-Compromise||Settled|
|IRS Innocent Spouse||Settled|
|AZ Sales Tax Audit||Settled|
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|California Enrolled Agent Magazine||IRC Secton 9100 Relief||2005|
|Golden Gate University||Taxation||LL.M - Master of Laws||2001|
|VITA Luke Air Force Base||VITA||2014|
|AZSEA 2013 Fall Update||Section 1411 High Income Investment ncome||2013|
|Lorman Seminar||Withholding Tax on Payments to Foreign Investors||2012|
|Chapter Metting Meeting||OIC Vs Bankrptcy||2011|
|AZCEA Monthly Meeting||OIC Vs Bankrptcy||2010|
|AZ Soceity of Enrolled Agents||Tax Court Practice||2009|
|AFIT Summer Seminar||The Arizona Anti-Deficiency Statues and Related Tax Issues||2009|
|AFIT||Tax Consequences of Foreclosures||2009|
|Chapter Meeting||US Tax Court Practice for Examination and Collections||2008|
|CSEA Annual Meeting||Tax Update||2005|
|Continuing Educaton in the Park||Current Tax Court Cases||1997|