Matt Morris and Jon Barooshian Write “So Your Client Just Received a Letter from the IRS: When to Start Worrying” for the Massachusetts Society of CPAs

The Massachusetts Society of CPAs published an article by Matt Morris and Jon Barooshian. In this article, they discuss different types of IRS notices, which vary from inconsistencies in a return or requests for a past-due form, to seizing property or issuing a summons. They explain that the client should always consult with a qualified tax attorney to figure out the best course of action for their situation.

Continue reading “So Your Client Just Received a Letter from the IRS: When to Start Worrying” on the Massachusetts Society of CPAs website.

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Jon S. Barooshian

Jon Barooshian is a highly-respected trial lawyer and former state prosecutor who defends businesses and individuals throughout New England and the U.S. Clients, private and publicly-held alike, seek Jon’s help when they’re facing high-risk, high-exposure, high-profile cases, often involving…

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Jon S. Barooshian

Jon Barooshian is a highly-respected trial lawyer and former state prosecutor who defends businesses and individuals throughout New England and the U.S. Clients, private and publicly-held alike, seek Jon’s help when they’re facing high-risk, high-exposure, high-profile cases, often involving…

  • Investigations by government agencies and related civil or criminal litigation
  • Civil and criminal tax controversies
  • Money laundering, securities fraud and theft allegations
  • Forfeiture and
  • Internal investigations and related criminal and civil litigation
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