I had a dangerous situation with the IRS. My husband had been a principal of a company that had gone out of business. I was not an employee of that company nor was I on the board, but since I was married to someone who was, the IRS went after me and potentially my own business for back taxes owed by my husband’s business. The IRS contacted me through my accountant who advised me to ignore the notices. The severity of the notices grew more grim and I was still advised to ignore them.
It was literally the final hour before they were going to take action against me and my assets. Fortunately I sought a second opinion and consulted with Mr. Jim Jackson. He gave me the truth that my previous accountant was incorrect and taking the wrong strategy with the IRS. I had almost lost without my side even being heard. Mr. Jackson put together all the documents quickly, contacted the IRS in my behalf, explained the situation to them and bought some time. He then put together the actual data and why I was not personally liable for this. He won a judgment with the IRS in my favor. He literally saved my financial life.
I cannot recommend Mr. Jackson more highly. I found him very easy to work with. He was in very good communication and his manner was unflappable, even though mine was close to hysteria. His approach of getting into communication with the agent, who is a human being after all, and using his knowledge of the tax code to argue the case of his client is second to none.