Online Resources

The internet is a big place. From a Tax Resolution Attorney’s point of view, this is fantastic, because the answer to a particular question can almost always be found online. The trick is that you know where to look. You also need to know what questions to ask and what issues to consider. The problem is that there are several Tax Resolution companies out there with blogs and landing pages full of outdated, incorrect, and misleading information.

On this page, I have provided some links to websites that that Tax Attorneys, CPAs, and Enrolled Agents use to learn about tax problems and solutions. All of these websites are external, but some (see below) include links to our other websites. If you are looking for help with a tax problem, we encourage you to call us with any questions. The websites below are a good start. But nothing can substitute for the advice from real tax professionals.

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Our offices are located in Connecticut, and we are a Connecticut law firm. But we can assist you with your federal tax problems even if you do not live in the state of Connecticut. As Connecticut Attorneys, we cannot give legal advice to clients who live outside of the state of Connecticut regarding state laws, and we are not licensed to practice law in any other states at this time.

General Tax Law Information:

Internal Revenue Service Official Website

Tax code provided by Cornell’s Legal Information Institute

Tax Regulations provided by the Government Printing Office

Tax Resolution Specific Information (for attorneys and DIYers):

Internal Revenue Manual Part 5: Collecting Process

IRS Website on Offers in Compromise

IRS Website on Installment Agreements

Connecticut Tax Information:

CT Department of Revenue Services

Information on Unemployment Taxes in CT

Bridgeport CT Tax Bill lookup

Danbury, CT Tax Bill Lookup

Our Other Tax Attorney Blogs and Resources:

Innocent Spouse Tax Attorney

Glouzgal Ramos Groth Tax Blog

Tax Machine Blog and Podcast by Attorney Thomas Groth

Tax Publications we Follow:

Procedurally Taxing

IRS Medic Blog


Forbes Tax Blog