First of all we just don't put a label on the paperwork and mail it to the IRS. Our goal is to make every case qualify for the program and to make every case a 30% reward case.
Saint Louis, MO (PRWEB) June 10, 2008
Two former IRS attorneys experienced in tax law, tax litigation and tax procedures have joined together to form S & P Law Firm, LLC to utilize their IRS experience to benefit tax whistleblowers pursuant to IRC § 7623. The firm created RewardTax.com to become the definitive Internet resource for tax whistleblower reward program information.
The goal in creating this Web site was to assist any tax whistleblower to understand the Program, assist in finding the right attorney, and to assist those individuals that are interested in submitting their claim without the use of an attorney. Any individual who reports unpaid tax, interest and penalties of $2,000,000 or more pursuant to this program is entitled to a reward of 15% to 30% of the amount collected by the IRS. By using a former IRS attorney, a potential tax whistleblower will be able to utilize the attorney's expert knowledge of the whistleblower program and the inner workings of the IRS and its processes.
When asked what makes S & P different than other tax whistleblower law firm, their response was simply, "everything." "First of all we just don't put a label on the paperwork and mail it to the IRS. Our goal is to make every case qualify for the program and to make every case a 30% reward case." says Thomas Pliske, partner of S & P Law Firm. "We do what we would have done if we were still IRS attorneys. We write legal memorandums for the IRS in the same style and format we did as IRS attorneys. We will prepare those documents that the examination agent might prepare during the examination including preparing an audit plan, IDRs, summonses, etc."
However, what really differentiates RewardTax.com is that they are the only tax whistleblowing firm that will guarantee the client's confidentiality. According to Pliske, "We are willing to forfeit our fees if there is a disclosure by our firm or the IRS. We will also litigate the reward as determined by the IRS at no additional costs if our clients direct us to do so."
Anyone interested in an interview with Mr. Pliske can contact him via phone or email.
Contact: Tom Pliske