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Tax Mistakes Indepedent Contractors Must Avoid Says Atty. Parent

Wallingford, Connecticut, (PRESS RELEASE – February 20, 2010) – If you are an independent contractor doing your taxes can be especially challenging. “When we work with clients who are independent contractors they either avoid deductions out of fear of the IRS or they go the other way and look for ways to cut those taxes that can get them into trouble,” says Anthony Parent, a tax resolution attorney who heads up IRS Medic in Wallingford, Connecticut.

He points to the most common errors independent contractors make that should be avoided:

Atty. Parent advises all independent contractors to take a realistic look at their tax issues throughout the year to stay on top of them. “The IRS has a big stick, a long memory and high-stakes penalties at their disposal, so you don’t want to get on their bad side,” he concludes.

About IRS Medic

IRS Medic is a practice of tax attorneys that works to resolve tax issues for businesses and individuals. These issues can range from unfiled taxes to audits, liens, penalties, and other IRS actions. Attorney Anthony Parent founded the firm in 2003 to help clients deal with difficult tax problems. He combined an academic background in finance with a law degree to develop the foundations of the practice. For more information, see www.irsmedic.com.

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