Author: Tom

Connecticut’s Response To Federal Tax Reform
May 15, 2018 Tom
Connecticut’s Response To Federal Tax Reform

Yeah. They actually called the new law “An Act Concerning Connecticut’s Response To Federal Tax Reform.” Gee – I wonder what this law is about?   Well, the text of the Bill is 43 pages long. So I doubt all of it is just a response to Federal Tax Reform.   But there are two important […]

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February 9, 2016 Tom
Should You “Trust a Tax Attorney Now”?

If you are wondering whether you actually need a tax attorney now, right now, then I invite you to schedule a 20-minute phone call with me where I can answer that question for you. ☎ Schedule with Attorney Groth Don’t Let Tax Attorney Now “Psych” You Out. I’m a pretty big Corbin Bernsen fan. He […]

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Innocent Spouse Relief with the IRS
November 11, 2015 Tom
Innocent Spouse Tax Attorney Podcast

If you are considering filing an Innocent Spouse Request with the IRS, hiring an Tax Attorney with experience in Innocent Spouse Relief matters is in your best interest.   Schedule a phone call with Thomas S. Groth, Esq We decided to do a podcast about Innocent Spouse Relief.   I recently had the pleasure of […]

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April 14, 2015 Tom
Connecticut Tax Relief

Why can’t I find information for income tax relief in Connecticut on the Internet? If you are looking for some Connecticut Tax Relief  then you are in the right place. However, perhaps you are having trouble finding help with the specific kind of tax relief you are looking for. The reason for that is fairly […]

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March 29, 2015 Tom
“What reasons can I use to request a CDP hearing?”

When filing for a CDP hearing, it is important to make sure that you request the hearing in a way that ensures the IRS does not dismiss your Form 12153 (or a request in similar form) outright as frivolous before you have a chance to be heard.   schedule a phone call with Attorney Thomas […]

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January 20, 2015 Tom
Cover Your Digital Assets

Who has access to your digital assets when you are gone? Who gets your Twitter account? Can your Administrator/Executor log into your Facebook account and see your private messages to your friends? Who gets your iTunes Library? Shouldn’t your estate plan address these questions? Can it? Can you control where your digital assets go after death? […]

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December 18, 2014 Tom
When do you have to file for a Collection Due Process hearing?

30 Days. That’s how long you have to file for a Collection Due Process hearing in response to a Levy notice from the IRS. It used to be that the IRS was issuing – for the most part – only a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Your Right to a Collection Due Process […]

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