Rockville, Maryland, one of the oldest towns in the state and one of the most affluent, but even that won’t prevent the IRS and other tax authorities from contacting you about Form 3520. Our experienced Rockville tax team can give you clarity with the challenging filing requirements of Form 3520.
IRS Form 3520 includes trusts that have more than one owner, among other differences and it has a separate filing deadline. Failure to file timely can result in an IRS Notice CP15 penalty abatement.
Frost Law’s strong working relationship with the IRS and other tax authorities gives us the edge over other tax firms. Our Rockville tax team consists of dual tax attorneys and certified public accountants as well as certified financial planners, and former IRS advisors.
Allow our Rockville tax team to protect your investments and unravel disclosure requirements that cause you needless frustration. Contact our team at 410-497-5947 or schedule a confidential consultation with our brief contact form.
Don’t allow the IRS to intimidate you, our Rockville team can help you file accurately and guide you through any challenges you may face with the IRS Form 3520.
Or you can visit our office at 199 E. Montgomery Avenue Suite 100A Rockville, MD 20850. We are located adjacent to the Montgomery County Department of Permitting Services and surrounded by multiple bus and metro stations in the area. *Appointments required
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