Richard Cotton | New York City Tax Lawyer
Welcome to the Law Office of Richard B. Cotton. If you’re one of the millions of frustrated taxpayers who owe the IRS or state back taxes, The Law Office of Richard B. Cotton can help. As a former IRS Agent and Tax Attorney, Mr. Cotton practices exclusively in matters of tax relief.
For over 25 years The Law Office of Richard B. Cotton has successfully brought more than a thousands individuals and businesses a permanent solutions.
Reasonable fees charged and cases handled with discretion. Discounted fees on filing tax returns and free consultation with estimates given on services to be performed. Call Mr. Cotton at 212-297-0275
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Serving Manhattan including Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.
At Other Times By Appointment
Reasonable fees charged and cases handled with discretion. Discounted fees on filing tax returns and free consultation with estimates given on services to be performed. Call Mr. Cotton at 212-297-0275.
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