Peter Alizio CPA & Tax Attorney
"Finding Solutions to IRS & NY Tax Problems"
The Law Office of Peter E. Alizio is located in Mineola (NY) with a focus on Income Tax Compliance and tax law. Peter E. Alizio is both a CPA and Tax Attorney. When considering the appropriate entity for your business his accounting and tax preparation experience ensures a tax-favorable entity selection. Learn More - Entity Selection
Are you Scared of the Tax Authorities?
The IRS and NYS Department of Taxation and Finance wield the authority and power of the government. In the past, the IRS and NYSDTF would garnish wages and levy assets. However, not long ago the Tax Authorities have acquired the ability to strip away privileges that most of us take for granted. NYSDTF can suspend your New York State Driver’s License for taxes owed, and the IRS can revoke your Passport for unpaid taxes.
Do Not fear the IRS or NYS.
The truth is the people working for the Tax Authorities are normal people just like you and me and not out to hurt anyone. The ability to suspend your driver’s license or revoke your passport are tools to collect an outstanding tax debt. Additionally, you have statutory rights. If you receive mail from the IRS or NYS do not ignore it, and if necessary KEEP CALM AND HIRE A TAX ATTORNEY. If you need help with a tax matter call (212) 520-2906.
Attention New Yorkers: If You Do Not Pay Your Taxes, You Could Lose the Privilege to Drive!
Since 2013 the Department of Taxation and Finance (“Tax Department”) and the Department of Motor Vehicles (“DMV”) have been working collectively in furtherance of a Driver’s License Suspension Program. This program takes the position that driving is a privilege and if you do not pay your taxes, you could lose that privilege. Taxpayers who owe $10,000 or more in delinquent taxes to New York State may find themselves in a position to either start paying or have their driver’s license suspended indefinitely. READ MORE
Owe $50,000 in back taxes and risk losing your Passport [IRS Passport Revocation Program]
IRC § 7345: “Revocation or Denial of Passport in case of Certain Tax Delinquencies” was added to the Internal Revenue Code in December of 2015. This law gives the IRS the ability to certify taxpayers that owe: seriously delinquent tax debt. The IRS will transmit taxpayers certificate to the Secretary of State having the effect of revoking the taxpayer’s passport. READ MORE
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