Tax Controversy Attorney             400 Chesterfield Center, Suite 400             Chesterfield, MO 63017             James Kutten: 636-519-1300

Tax Controvery Attorney On Radio Station 590 am

Tax Controversy Attorney, James Kutten, was interviewed on radio station 590AM Monday, May 13, 2013. Click here to listen to the audio: James Kutten interview from May 13,...

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Representation: Access to IRS information and the taxpayer’s files (IRS examination and collection)

— File a Freedom Of Information Request (FOIA) — File discovery in cases pending before a court

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Representation: Taxpayer defenses to the IRS’ proposed tax increase

IRS proposed adjustments — Review the IRS determination and challenge where appropriate the factual conclusions and/or the IRS’ legal analysis — Negotiate with the IRS Revenue Agent, Group Manager, and IRS Appeals Office — File a case to dispute the audit result with the U.S. Tax Court — Settle the dispute or litigate before the court, as...

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Representation: IRS audit investigation representation

— IRS civil examination — IRS access to taxpayer information (and documents) and third party records — IRS summons and taxpayer privileges — negotiate and recommend case resolution with the examining agent and their supervisor — Appeal the case internally before the Internal Revenue Service Appeals Office — If necessary commence...

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30 Years Experience

James Kutten more than 30 years’ experience as a tax controversy attorney with respect to the three main IRS functions: audit, collection, and criminal tax investigation. The majority of Mr. Kutten’s legal career was as a senior attorney with the Office of Chief Counsel Internal Revenue Service, where he advised IRS employees in thousands of cases, many involving...

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First Tax Controversy Blog

In today’s complex world, if you have a tax problem you should consult with a specialist. James Kutten more than 30 years’ experience as a tax controversy attorney with respect to the three main IRS functions: audit, collection, and criminal tax investigation. The majority of Mr. Kutten’s legal career was as a senior attorney with the Office of Chief Counsel...

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