Tax Law in Montana
If you’re wondering how the law applies to your individual case, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll get you headed in the right direction and point you directly to a Montana tax attorney who can provide specific answers.
This article will cover:
- When a MT tax lawyer can help you
- The types of taxes a MT tax attorney deals with
- How to find free non-legal tax help
- How to find legal tax help
A Montana Tax Lawyer Can Help with these Tax Problems (and more)
- Michael is being investigated for tax evasion for failing to claim income from his family business. He doesn’t want to be a part of the business but still needs a strong defense.
- Vito’s home has been reassessed and the real estate taxes have increased three-fold. He wants a tax lawyer to appeal the new assessment because he’s busy dealing with his daughter’s wedding.
- Sonny wants help negotiating a $250,000 tax bill. He wonders how low the IRS will go.
- Tom needs help filing back taxes. What will the IRS’s reaction be? Is there any relief for accrued interest and penalties?
- Connie wants to talk to a tax lawyer about protection under the innocent spouse rule.
- Kay is setting up a new business and wants to know the most tax efficient way to operate.
- Fredo is being audited and wants legal representation for all communications and dealings with the IRS. He definitely doesn’t want to go to tax court.
A Montana Tax Attorney Handles These Kind of Taxes
Tax lawyers handle tax cases and controversies arising out of federal, state, and local tax laws including the taxation of income, asset transfers, asset ownership, and business dealings.
Example taxes would be: income, estate, real estate, gift, Medicare, social security, and payroll taxes:
Where do I Find Montana and Federal Tax Laws?
Here are important links for both federal and Montana tax laws.
- Federal Tax Code, Regulations, and Guidance
- Montana Laws
- Examples of Montana taxes:
- Montana income tax is marginal and goes as high as 6.9% for all income over $15,600.
- There is no general sales tax in Montana.
- There is no inheritance tax or estate tax in Montana. (However, federal estate tax may apply.)
- Google your locale for applicable local taxes.
How Do I Find Non-Legal Tax Help?
For non-legal tax help such as tax information, tax forms, tax rate charts, and contact information, use the IRS and the Montana Department of Revenue websites.
How Do I Find Legal Tax Help?
A lawyer can explain how the tax law applies to your situation. To find a Montana tax attorney, search our free site, www.attorneys.org, or ask the bar association or a friend for a referral.