Oklahoma Tax Lawyer Rod Polston Publishes New Blog Noting That The IRS Is Nothing If Not Thorough
Rod Polston, Founder of The Law Office of Roderick H. Polston, an Oklahoma Tax Law Firm, addresses a recent IRS controversy.
Norman, OK – August 29, 2012 – Rod Polston, Founder of The Law Office of Roderick H. Polston, an Oklahoma Tax Law Firm, recently published a blog on his website (http://www.irshelpoklahoma.com) discussing a recent IRS controversy. The blog, titled “The IRS is Nothing if Not Thorough: Just Ask US Olympians” explains that the IRS is seeking to tax a significant percentage of each Olympic medalist’s winnings.
Rod Polston writes, “Where most of us saw encouraging storylines and inspiring feats of athleticism… the IRS saw dollar signs.”
The primary focus of the Law Office of Roderick H. Polston is Tax law. Their objective is to help people and businesses solve their IRS and Oklahoma state tax problems.
The entire blog can be found at http://www.irshelpoklahoma.com/component/k2/item/200-the-irs-is-nothing-if-not-thorough-just-ask-us-olympians.html
To learn more about Law Office of Roderick H. Polston, please visit http://www.irshelpoklahoma.com/
About Rod Polston:
Rod Polston runs a one-of-a-kind law firm, using a unique method for resolving clients tax liability problems. Rod, the attorneys and enrolled agents in his office meet with clients and strategize on how they can help clients meet their goals and live the life they want free of the burden of a tax liability. Rod has distinguished himself from other law firms by providing his clients with an upfront estimation on how much their total case will cost rather than charging them hourly and separately for each services.
After working for many years as an accountant, Rod’s decision to become an attorney stems from his passion to help people. Rod is extremely generous with the multiple charities, missions, and Christian organizations he supports year-round and this nature is reflected in his practice as well as he and his staff demonstrate an unmatched fervor and tenacity for fighting for their client’s case.
Rod has over 17 years of tax experience and 10 years of legal experience representing clients before the IRS and has distinguished himself as a leader and strong negotiator among both the legal community as well as among the IRS agents his office routinely works with. Rod has put together an elite team comprised of attorneys, accountants, and several case managers who analyze and prepare a strategy on a case-by-case basis to ensure the best possible outcome for each individual case.