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Dustin Whittenburg’s extensive background in tax law allows him to assist his clients in many other areas of law in the San Antonio, TX area, including the following:
If you’re being audited by the IRS, or you owe back taxes from a failure to file, call the Law Office of Dustin Whittenburg at for assistance from an experienced tax attorney. He can negotiate with the IRS on your behalf, and many times, he is able to get you a settlement that’s less than what you owe in total. He is very familiar with the way the IRS operates, and he will use that knowledge to help you.
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Estate planning can seem like a daunting and difficult task. Instead of fumbling through the legal terms and trying to make sure you've got everything covered, count on our estate planning lawyer to assist you! We will use our knowledge and experience to help you get your affairs in order to make things easier for your surviving family members when the time comes. Learn more about estate planning from Dustin Whittenburg.
The Law Office of Dustin Whittenburg can help you make sure your assets are distributed according to your wishes in the event that something happens to you. Some people think that estate planning is only for people ages 50 and older, but that couldn’t be further from the truth! The reality is, anyone can benefit from estate planning. A good estate plan can provide online financial protection for your children. Furthermore, those who have started their own businesses or have invested in them will find benefits in estate planning.
According to IRS policy, “if you are a person responsible for withholding, accounting for, or depositing or paying specified taxes including NRA withholding and employment taxes, and willfully fail to do so, you can be held personally liable for a penalty equal to the full amount of the unpaid trust fund tax, plus interest.” In this case, you are deemed to be acting “willfully” if you pay other expenses of the business instead of withholding taxes.
Whether you have already had this happen, or you want to ensure that it doesn’t, Dustin Whittenburg can help you. Contact our office today for free and immediate legal counsel.