Nov. 27, 2011
-- The Florida Department of Revenue (DOR) sends a Form DR-840, which is a Notice of Intent to Audit Books and Records as the first step before auditing financial records. An individual or business owner who receives one of these notices should seek professional representation from a firm dealing almost exclusively with tax controversy. Moffa, Gainor, & Sutton, P.A. receives many referrals from CPAs and other firms because they provide a unique service. The attorneys are truly knowledgeable and dedicated to helping resolve tax issues.
The firm teamed up with the exceptional website design and online marketing company Scorpion Design, Inc. The company has received recognition for their online marketing and website designs for law firms and attorneys across the U.S. This most recent website is dedicated to the subject of tax and sales tax audit: http://www.floridasalestax.com
A visitor to the site will find it informative and easy to use. One can watch an attorney discuss the firm and important relevant cases and their decisions. The site offers a chance for the visitor to get in touch with an attorney online or by phone and get help with a tax matter.
The attorneys have been practicing law for over 50 years and longer as CPAs, and in that time they have represented clients for over 30 years in the field of Florida tax controversy. The firm consists of three partners and one associate, operating two convenient offices. Mr. Moffa is a frequent guest speaker on Florida tax controversy matters and is a published author. Mr. Gainor is experienced in Federal, State, local, and international tax matter. Mr. Sutton teaches State and local tax accounting and Federal income tax for lawyers at Stetson University College of Law. Associate Mr. Donnini focuses on Florida and Federal tax matters. The firm has the experience to handle any tax controversy matter.
Take this opportunity to visit the firm online or call and receive a confidential consultation. Contact a Florida tax attorney or Florida sales tax audit lawyer from the firm today: http://www.floridasalestax.com.
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The Law Offices of Moffa, Gainor, & Sutton, P.A. represents clients in Florida. Receiving a Form DR-840 Notice of Intent to Audit Books and Records can be alarming and dealing with government tax agencies alone can be an intimidating experience. The attorneys with the firm are experienced CPAs, have practiced law for over 50 years, and have concentrated on the area of tax controversy for over 30 years. Common areas of tax issues the attorneys can help with involve tax liens, sale and use tax, corporate income tax, estate tax, gross receipts tax, and more. In a situation when an auditor is too aggressive or unreasonable, the attorneys with the firm can move the case forward in the tax courts if necessary. It is always best to have experienced attorneys representing clients for the protection of their rights and best interests at each step. Many attorneys and CPAs refer their clients to the firm. You can learn more about the lawyers and the firm at http://www.floridasalestax.com.