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Legal Tax Defense

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Legal Tax Defense Teams Up With Alan “Best Buy” Mendelson to Announce  Troubled Tax Payer Support

Los Angeles, CA, January 24, 2018: Legal Tax Defense, a Los Angeles-based network of legal tax professionals consisting of tax attorneys, CPAs, and enrolled agents, this week announced they have teamed up with Alan “Best Buy” Mendelson, a widely respected local entrepreneur and business owner with a knack for customer outreach. 

Focusing specifically on individuals that are weathering troubled tax payer support, Legal Tax Defense is supporting clients that owe more than $10,000 in taxes to the Internal Revenue Service or state. Acting as an intermediary, Legal Tax Defense stops the phone calls and threatening letters, removing bank levies and wage garnishments before the entire tax fiasco gets out of hand.

“For years, consumers have listened to Alan on Channel 9 news,” said Sharon Goldstein-Shapiro, Chief Operating Officer of Legal Tax Defense “Drawing on his extensive network, we’re proud to be marketing our tax support to clients this year as we head into tax season. This groundbreaking 2018 collaboration will showcase the extensive services we have to offer.”

Legal Tax Defense is a full-service tax firm with licensed tax attorneys, enrolled agents, and CPAs. Equipped to file unfiled tax returns from past years with the IRS and state, Legal Tax Defense explores the new IRS programs, designed to support taxpayers.

“Don’t be a victim of the tax system,” said Shapiro. “Too many people let the IRS and state tax structure swallow them up, with no hope on their horizon. We protect our clients today. If there’s anything we can stress, it’s not to procrastinate when it comes to tax penalties.”

There is no cost or obligation to sign up for a free consultation with Legal Tax Defense. Services offered include audit defense, released bank levies, ended wage garnishments, stopped penalties and interest, tax preparation, installment agreements and penalty abatements, and assistance with the IRS “Fresh Start Program” and “Offer-In Compromise.”

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