One of our favorite guest authors, Bill Purdy has been serving clients with IRS and Tax problems for over 30 years. He brings not only a wealth of expertise to these pages but a tart and articulate point of view to tax and mortgage matters.
A Stanford Law School graduate, Bill obtained his tax law training at New York University School of Law where he received a Masters in Taxation. For the past 20 years he has taught several courses at Lincoln Law School in San Jose, California.
Bill represents clients on a broad range of tax matters, including Offers in Compromise with the I.R.S., Franchise Tax Board collection matters, penalty abatement issues, unfilled tax returns, liens, levies, 100% penalties, tax deposit issues and all other tax collection matters
Since 2001 Bill has been assisting homeowners with mortgage related problems and the tax implications that they trigger, including foreclosure, short sales, deeds in lieu and loan modification.
Bill practices at Simmons and Purdy in Soquel, California.