Jim Gilland is a nationally recognized tax attorney whose
practice is limited to IRS tax controversy matters. He holds
a Juris Doctorate from Drake University Law School in
DeMoines, Iowa, a Master of Science from Brigham Young,
and a Bachelor of Science from Brigham Young. He has
been interviewed on the “Brian Tracy” show and also seen on NBC, CBS,
ABC and FOX affiliates, as well as in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and
Newsweek. He has been quoted by radio personalities for constantly maintaining
that “ALL IRS tax problems can be solved.” His book, How to Solve
Your IRS Problem! has been a lifesaver for many taxpayers throughout the
United States.
Most IRS problems solved at Gilland Law Firm are accomplished through
partial or full-pay installment agreements, Offer In Compromise, obtaining
Currently Not Collectible Status, and audit reconsiderations. Some are
resolved partially or wholly through bankruptcy. Additionally, strategy and
timing are often critical issues to synergize a minimal tax result using one
or more of these procedures in conjunction with others. There are multiple
other methods to eliminate or lower tax penalties and associated interest.
Jim is an avid cyclist, having raced the longest one-day USCF-sanctioned
bike race, LOTOJA, 10 years in a row. The 206-mile race starts in Logan,
Utah, winds through Idaho, and finishes in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He won
the race in 2005.
Jim may be contacted at Gilland Law Firm in Salt Lake City at (801) 444-9302;
information on solving IRS problems is available at