Frederick W Daily III
For More Than 50 Years, Fred has Helped Cclients Stand up to the IRS!
Frederick W. Daily (Fred) was a nationally known tax lawyer, writer, and lecturer. He graduated from the University of Florida College of Law in 1968. He later received a tax law degree (LL.M.) at Golden Gate University in San Francisco where he also served on the tax faculty. Fred authored several tax books, including “Stand Up to the IRS,” “Tax Savvy for Small Business,” and “Surviving an IRS Tax Audit.” Stand Up the IRS — the definitive book on fighting the IRS — has been the best selling book of all time on dealing with the IRS. Fred’s tax commentary has been utilized on TurboTax and licensed by Microsoft; his tax advice is posted on Quicken.com, Unclefed.com, and Nolo.com. He gave tax programs for Enrolled Agents, CPAs, and even IRS Agents. Fred attended and provided data used in the 1998 Senate Finance Committee IRS hearings that resulted in a sweeping IRS reform act. Fred was regularly quoted in publications including the New York Times, Maxim, U.S. News & World Report, Wall Street Journal, Time, Newsweek, Tax Hotline, Bottom Line, Redbook, Smart Money, and Money. He also appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America, Fox’s Burden of Proof, CBS’s Street Stories, and hundreds of local and national radio programs including NPR’s Marketplace. Fred helped thousands of clients worldwide with unfiled tax returns, large tax debts, IRS audits and appeals, and tax fraud and tax crimes. Fred was a mentor to Bishop and taught him everything about aggressively representing clients in front of the IRS. This law firm was started by Fred and Bishop to carry of Fred’s legacy of helping clients Stand Up to the IRS.
IRS Bills? The Internal Revenue Service can wreak havoc on your life. This book has the information and strategies you need to confront America’s most intimidating agency.
Create a business tax strategy that will save you time, energy and money. Getting your tax on track will free time to do what really counts - running a profitable business.
Worried about surviving an IRS audit? This book explains what to say, what to do, even what to wear so that a visit from the auditor doesn't turn into a disaster.
I've had the pleasure to work with Mr. Daily for over 20 years, and he has always found the time to counsel and explain the best course of action.
Mr. Daily helped me get out of a tax situation that could have forced the dissolution of my business and ruined my credit.
Fred assisted us through a multi year audit with ease and professionalism. His guidance was excellent and it was obvious he knew exactly how to handle the IRS
Thank you. Thank you. You got the tax lien removed and I was able to get my home re-financed.
Two years ago my finances (and life) were a mess. The IRS was on my back with tax levies of my bank accounts. Today, all of that is behind me. I can sleep at night.
The accountant that you warned me against tried to create endless fear as an incentive to hire him. You then helped me through the process of getting back into the tax system and not worry.
Fred, I believe you function as part attorney, part therapist. You really do care about your clients.
A tax audit can be overwhelming. Your behavior during the audit is critical to its outcome. IRS auditors are trained to extract information from you. If you're alone and not properly prepared, you can expose your business and incur devastating penalties.
It's a crime not to pay taxes. But usually, the IRS will not press criminal charges. If you hear from the Criminal Investigation Department, you should realize the situation is very serious. Contact a tax attorney immediately!
If the IRS has come to collect the money you owe them, you need to act fast. A tax collection in the wrong moment can harm your business and set you back years. A tax attorney can lead the negotiation and convince the IRS to adopt more lenient measures.