When The California Employment Development Department, EDD did a site sweep, Ryan Brown found himself facing an audit. As he did research on his own as to what the ramifications of an EDD audit might be, he saw steep fines, jail time and high conviction rates reported time and time again.
Ryan was afraid he would lose his business.
Ryan called Milikowsky Tax Law and set an initial meeting. Before we signed any kind of retainer, John started making calls to learn more about the audit and what steps they needed to take immediately to protect the business and provide accurate information to EDD and CSLB.
” I felt so much better coming out of the office that day. John just starting helping me immediately”.
John and the Milikowsky Tax Law team got to work communicating with the EDD and CSLB agencies, clarifying the circumstances of Ryan’s unique situation and providing the documents the agencies asked for in a way that helped them understand his business.
After less than a month, EDD sent a final letter indicating that while minor fines were due, the case was closed. For Ryan, the results were life-changing. To go from the fear of losing everything to knowing his business was going to be fine was a tremendous sense of relief.
Ryan’s results are both exceptional and the kind of outcome our team strives for with every client. And while we can’t promise any client’s outcome will be the same as another, we can say with utmost assurance, the team at Milikowsky Tax Law is your relentless advocate in the face of EDD, CSLB and IRS audit.
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