I live in Florida with a Maryland Tax Debt

I live in Florida with a Maryland Tax Debt

As a tax resolution attorney, I have clients all over the world. Are you surprised to hear that people in Canada, Thailand, France, and Egypt have U.S. tax problems? Now this usually stems from a portion of time living in the U.S. or having U.S. investments, but nonetheless they are still tax problems. Our firm is proud that we are able to handle federal and local tax controversies for clients all over the globe.

Where does Florida come in?
A little closer to home, we have our Florida friends and frequent resolution clients. Are you surprised that a tax attorney in Maryland has a large number of clients in Florida? These tax problems occur for many reasons but most commonly are a result of dual residency.

Many Marylanders split their residence between Maryland and Florida. Some of our clients spend a few summer months in Maryland then retreat to Florida for the Winter. Others are retired and now live full time in the Florida area. Whatever their residential set up, they have lingering Maryland issues. This can prevent settlement on investment properties, settlement on new homes, and even creep into your credit report. Maryland still has a hold on these taxpayers despite their partial or non-existent residency in the state.

Truck Drivers only pay where they live right?
Not always true. This brings up the matter of income being actively received when crossing state lines. For truck drivers or those that have companies that do business in Maryland, things are not so cut and dry. If found to owe in Maryland state taxes, there are several ways to elevate or remedy the problem. Each client is different and requires their own investigation of the tax matter.

What can be done while in Maryland?
A lot actually. We have clients in many states who we never meet in person. We happen to frequent Florida and this makes working with it’s residents a piece of cake. Or key lime pie for that matter. Sanctioned by the IRS, circular 230 practitioners can perform on a federal level. Our enrolled agents frequently visit other states and handle audits. Our attorneys frequent the Florida area and can meet face to face if a personal touch is desired. Whatever method of communication you prefer SH Block Tax Services is happy to accommodate your needs.

The bottom line.
If you are in Florida and find yourself facing Maryland Tax issues we highly recommend using a Maryland Tax Attorney. An attorney from Maryland will be more aware of the amnesty and other programs Maryland offers. Our Florida clients benefit from our relationships with Penn Credit and Maryland Revenue Officers. If you find yourself in the middle of a tax problem you can feel confident in turning to our firm. We will personally work on your case and attorneys will negotiate your final terms for the best results. If you have questions about the service we offer our Florida friends please feel free to call us any time at 888-884-8686. We look forward to helping you resolve your tax controversy.

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