IRS putting the squeeze on you?
Turning your tax lemons into sweet lemonade may be an option.
We have helped @125 people near you to save @$1 million in tax penalties and bills in 2019! We can help you too!
Piedmont Tax Clinic
Who We Are
The Piedmont Tax Clinic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to solving taxpayers’ problems through information, education, and consultation. We work with taxpayers to inform them of their current tax situation, educate them as to how best be in compliance going forward, and we consult with them as to how to resolve back tax issues. All case assessments are at no charge to the taxpayer.
Who We Serve
We serve taxpayers who have unresolved tax issues, including:
- Low & Middle-Income Families
- Small Businesses
- Divorced Taxpayers
- Multistate Taxpayers
- Professionals With Client Tax Problems
- Nonprofit Organizations
What We Do
We provide information, education, and consultation to resolve taxpayers’ unique issues. Our programs include:
- Earned Income Tax Credits
- Tax Audits
- Controversy & Resolution
- Payroll Tax
- Tax Lien Removal
- Bankruptcy Tax
- Family/Small Business Tax
- Unauthorized Substances Tax
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Pillars Need Support Families
Planning your taxes properly can be the difference between achieving your goals and being on the street, as this taxpayer found out. This taxpayer came to us with a $40,000 assessment and a house full of children.
Here are some of our latest stories:
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It's not uncommon for some families to have a few years where they did not file tax returns with the IRS for whatever reason. Sometimes people simply forget due to life events, or they feel that because they won't be able to afford the tax debt the return would create...
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