The Law Office of Charles Zimmerer
First of all, the Internal Revenue Service and the Florida Department of Revenue can be tough. Consequently, Mr. Zimmerer is frequently called on as a Tax Attorney to represent clients. And, he does so in some of the most complicated and significant tax matters before the IRS and the Florida DOR. Most noteworthy, he has helped clients after they have sought help elsewhere and all else had failed.Secondly, as a Tax Attorney, Mr. Zimmerer has extensive experience defending clients in audit cases. Such audits arise as IRS audits and Florida Department of Revenue audits (Florida DOR). These are so-called examination level cases. The Firm has also represented clients after the examination process and during the IRS collections process. As a result, Mr. Zimmerer has filed numerous IRS collection due process appeals (CDP Appeals) and Collection Appeal Program cases (CAP). Collection Due Process Appeals cases must generally be filed within 30 days or the time allotted in the corresponding IRS Collection Notice. CAP cases can be filed after that deadline, up to 1 year later. However, CAP cases cannot allow a taxpayer to file a US Tax Court case, as a CDP case allows.