Howard Levy, Esq. is a former IRS trial attorney with over 25 years of experience representing individuals and companies facing tax controversies. Howard’s expertise centers on IRS collection and examination problems, tax court litigation, IRS trust fund investigations, IRS referrals to the Department of Justice, and the use of bankruptcy as a method of resolving IRS problems.
Howard is an active contributor to the National Association of Enrolled Agents, writing articles for the EA Journal and teaching courses at the National Tax Practice Institute (NTPI). Howard has been interviewed and quoted in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today and NPR radio about the IRS and tax problems.
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Howard is a partner in law firm of Voorhees & Levy, LLC. Howard earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from The Ohio State University, law degree from Northern Kentucky University and Masters in Tax Law (LL.M) from Boston University. You can stay continually updated about the IRS from Howard’s blog.