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McNair Law Firm Launches Palmetto Tax Advocates
Columbia, South Carolina – January 18, 2017 – McNair Law Firm, P.A. announces the launch of Palmetto Tax Advocates, a tax resolution service dedicated to individuals and business clients who owe federal, state, and local taxes.
The staff of Palmetto Tax Advocates, including an Enrolled Agent tax accountant, will provide IRS and state tax resolution services to clients on a wide range of issues, including late or unfiled tax returns, tax audits and appeals, individual “trust fund” liability, offers in compromise, tax lien releases, tax payment plans, innocent spouse relief, collection due process appeals, and more.
“Throughout our 45-year history, McNair has represented clients at the intersection of business and government,” said David Tigges, Managing Shareholder. “Palmetto Tax Advocates will offer competent and cost-effective tax resolution services to clients with IRS and state tax problems.”
Palmetto Tax Advocates will complement McNair’s existing tax controversy practice. “The Firm’s tax attorneys will continue to represent and advise clients in more complex tax audits, and in investigations, appeals, and civil and criminal litigation,” said Erik Doerring, McNair’s Tax Practice Group Leader. “The main focus of Palmetto Tax Advocates will be on individuals and businesses who have an existing tax liability in the process of being collected.”
Learn more about Palmetto Tax Advocates at www.palmettotaxadvocates.com.
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For more information about McNair, visit www.mcnair.net.
McNair Law Firm serves clients at the intersection of business and government. The firm has grown to 100 professionals in offices throughout the Carolinas and continues to meet the changing needs of its clients, helping them address the challenges and opportunities of every economic cycle. McNair clients are companies and organizations in the manufacturing, banking and finance, telecommunications, energy, healthcare, technology, construction, and real estate industries as well as government entities, non-profit organizations, and individuals.