Tax Attorney | Serving Holt, MI
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A traditional tax law firm that was created to help those under the heavy burden of IRS or State tax collections. The firm was founded to provide personalized attorney-based tax law services, at affordable fees. We operate under a simple principle, if we can help you we will explain how, if we cannot, we will explain why. Either way, after a call with our firm you will know …
Getting legal representation for your Tax issue is easier than you think. Let The Law Offices of Duff, Chadwick, and Associates, P.C. in Holt, Michigan help you today.
As a self-employed independent contractor you are required to pay taxes on your income and taxes that go towards government programs such as Social Security and Medicare. Taxes can be complicated and intimidating for most people to understand. Work with a Holt independent contractor tax attorney who can advise you on your tax obligations and assist you in filing to correct forms and payments.
When you work for yourself you must regularly pay income and social services taxes just like people who work for employers. However, independent contractors can deduct business expenses before being taxes on their net profits. Keep track of your earnings, job-related expenses and use the assistance of a tax attorney to get your tax obligations in order.
In legal practice, experience matters. An experienced attorney will likely have handled issues similar to yours many, many times. Therefore, after listening to your situation, the attorney should have a reasonable idea of the time line for a case like yours and the likely resolution.
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