Welcome to DeWitt Law - Tax Attorneys in Memphis and Nashville
resolve reporting issues,
including the IRS OVDP initiative.
providing peace of mind to our
clients in difficult situations.
Resolving IRS & state tax issues, including audits, offers in compromise, collections, tax court, and back taxes.
Staying ahead of the curve when it comes to tax and business planning. Business entity selection, tax consulting, & advice.
We stand ready to advocate on your behalf in a variety of legal matters, including business litigation, contracts, and accountant malpractice.
What our clients say about DeWitt Law:
Thanks to Tyler and everyone we worked with, we are once again FREE to live our lives without the burden of the IRS looming like an executioner over our heads!
— Jeff D.
Tyler Dewitt is the best at not only winning a case, but guiding you through the process. His confident approach to representing you with the IRS made many nights restful and not sleepless. Thanks again Tyler for the representation.
— Billy W.
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Learn more in our tax blog:
How Does the IRS Calculate Penalties and Interest?
The Internal Revenue Service is well known for its enforcement of stiff penalties and interest for tax liabilities. In fact, some of the first questions I get from prospective clients facing federal tax debt are along the lines of “How much of this bill is penalties and interest” or “Is there any way you can remove the penalties and interest”. The most common penalties imposed by the IRS are (1)…
What You Need to Know About Tax Relief Companies
We’ve all heard, ad nauseum, the constant television and radio commercials from tax relief companies claiming they can settle your tax debt for “pennies on the dollar” while prompting you to call some 1-800 number. These companies often refer to the IRS “Fresh Start” program and mislead taxpayers by saying they qualify for an IRS hardship or settlement program, a determination that is ultimately made by the IRS. The Federal…
When the IRS Comes Knocking: Understanding an IRS Summons
The IRS has broad authority through its summons power when conducting an audit or investigation to obtain and examine information from taxpayers and third-parties. In fact, I.R.C. § 7602 allows the IRS to issue a summons to: (1) a person liable for tax, (2) an officer or employee of such person, (3) a person with possession, custody, or care of the business books of a person liable for tax, or…