Noelle Geiger, JD, is a Tax Principal at Grassi & Co. She has approximately 20 years of experience handling tax dispute resolution matters. She represents individuals, corporations, partnerships and estates before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and state taxing authorities at the pre-audit, audit and appeal stages.Noelle has extensive experience handling both New York State and New York City residency audits that examine domicile, statutory residency and allocation of income and as well as situations involving potential dual residency. She also handles sales tax examinations including the taxation of information services, nexus and responsible person assessments.She assists non-filers with voluntary disclosures and works to bring them back into compliance. Noelle negotiates the release and withdrawals of liens, levies and warrants. She also assists clients who may need installment- payment agreements or have collection issues. Noelle has successfully negotiated substantial penalty abatements for many clients.Noelle is an active participant in industry events and networking groups including the IRS Practitioner Liaison Committee and the New York State Practitioner Liaison Meeting in Albany. These committees liaise with the government to identify systemic problems occurring during dealings between the IRS and New York State. Noelle co-authored the article entitled, “IRS Fast-Track Settlement for Small Business/Self Employed Taxpayers” that was published in The CPA Journal.Noelle is a member of the New York City Bar Association and serves on its State and Local Tax Committee. She was previously the chairperson for the Nassau Chapter of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) Attorney and Accountant Joint Committee. She also was on the Executive Board for the NYSSCPA, Nassau Chapter and served as the Editor of the NYSSCPA Nassau Chapter’s newsletter.Noelle holds a Juris Doctor degree from Hofstra Law School and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Bucknell University.
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