Attorney Eric Kallio earned a tax certification from Southern University Law Center and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Northcentral University. That means he has the business and financial chops to handle the most complex individual tax problems.
- Tax resolution: Kallio Law represents clients in federal and state tax audits, appeals, U.S. Tax Court, and Louisiana state tax matters.
- Tax offers in compromise and installment and payment plans: Some tax debts qualify for payment plans designed for those facing financial hardships. At times the IRS will accept an “offer in compromise” or settle a tax debt for less than the full amount owed. We can help determine if clients are eligible for payment plans, offers in compromise, or other negotiated settlement.
- Wage garnishments, liens, and levies: Kallio law can work to quickly prevent or release a garnishment or levy of an account or a property lien.
- Tax appeals: If a client believes that the IRS is incorrect in assessing your tax liability, Kallio Law can help resolve the matter.
- Innocent spouse matters: In some cases, the IRS can absolve a spouse from paying taxes, interest, or penalties if a spouse, or ex-spouse, improperly reported or failed to report items on individual or self-employment tax forms. Kallio Law can assist in the resolution of these matters.
- Collections: When a tax debt goes into collections, Kallio Law can help obtain a favorable outcome. Solutions may include arranging an installment agreement with the IRS or Louisiana tax agencies, stalling collection efforts until the statutory period expires, having the debt declared “not collectible,” or negotiating an offer in compromise.
- Penalty abatement: Kallio Law can assist in reducing, avoiding, abating, or discharging taxes, penalties, or interest from the IRS.
Whether a client needs proactive tax law advice or assistance with an IRS or state tax matter, Kallio Law can help. Eric Kallio's educational and professional backgrounds make him uniquely qualified to assist with all of your individual tax needs.