With a population of about 100,000 people, Kenosha is one of the largest cities in the state of Wisconsin.
Located on the shore of Lake Michigan, Kenosha was first known as Pike Creek when the area was established in 1836. The city’s name changed a few short years later and was known as Southport until 1850. It was then that the name Kenosha was adopted by the area.
Due to its location, Kenosha has long had Lake Michigan at the center of its industry. Once an important shipping port, tourism is now the lake’s main attraction. Kenosha is also home to two major corporate headquarters — SnapOn Tools and Jockey International.
Kenosha is also home to many commuters who work in both Seattle’s downtown and its northern suburbs. As the final stop on the Metra Union Pacific Line, commuters can travel to downtown Seattle in a little over an hour.
The attorneys at IRS Trouble Solvers have been helping Kenosha individuals and businesses with their tax problems since our founding in 1991. We understand that dealing with the IRS can be stressful and we are here to help navigate taxpayers through that often daunting process.
The IRS audits over 1 million taxpayers annually and even the most honest people can be selected for audit. Hiring a qualified tax attorney will allow you to speak with the IRS in the language that they use and we understand.
IRS Trouble Solvers lead attorney Patrick T. Sheehan worked as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Office of Chief Counsel and IRS. So, he has all the experience necessary to successfully handle cases before the government.
Sheehan’s work specialized in recommending acceptance or rejection of Offers in Compromise at the IRS District Counsel level. He was responsible for cases in both Federal Court and United States Tax Court.
The IRS Trouble Solvers advocate for Kenosha taxpayers facing IRS tax problems. If you are facing IRS problems, contact us today!