Michael L. Littlejohn, CPA (Licensed in Texas and Arizona), CFE, MAOM joined our firm in February 2012. Mr. Littlejohn retired honorably from the United States Department of Treasury on December 31, 2011 with over thirty years’ experience. For the first two thirds of his career he was with the Internal Revenue Service at various levels within the audit division. Mr. Littlejohn has been a Tax Auditor, Internal Revenue Agent, Branch Chief, and has held other managerial positions within the Internal Revenue Service.
For the last third of his career with the United States Treasury he worked for The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. This was formally the tax-collecting arm of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, ATF. In the past thirty-three years he has been involved, one way or another, federal taxation.
Mr. Littlejohn is also an Adjunct Professor of Accounting. He is certified to teach a number of classes in the accounting field, but his primary focus is Financial and Tax Accounting.
Mr. Littlejohn is a Certified Public Accountant, Licensed in Arizona and Texas, and a Certified Fraud Examiner, Associated in Texas. Mr. Littlejohn has a BS in Accounting from Arizona State University and a Masters in Management from the University of Phoenix.
Mr. Littlejohn will be specializing in Federal Tax Matters for our firm.
We are happy to welcome Mr. Littlejohn to our firm and feel his experience will be benefit to our clients.
To all of Alex’s Clients,
While I am specializing in Federal Tax Matters for Alex’s firm I wanted to give you some real life expectations for settling such matters.
We do not have a prominent ad campaign or use deceptive practices. We will never mislead you about our service or contract terms. We will do our best to explain what we do and what you can expect from us.
We will keep you informed of when we can start to work on your case. This will enable you to make an informed decision whether to hire us, so that you will not miss any significant IRS deadlines.
The Internal Revenue Service is willing to settle cases for less than the taxes owed, but that in almost all the cases they end up taking the taxpayer's home and other assets, in addition to payments out of future earnings. We will do our best to help you avoid this.
Almost three-quarters of taxpayers who apply to pay less than they owe have those initial applications rejected by the IRS. We will do our best to work with you and the IRS to come to an agreement.
I realize that this information may be different than what you see and hear on radio and television but unfortunately it is the truth. However, we believe that we still may be of some help. So whether it is an audit, collection matter, or the preparation of past tax returns we will do our utmost to service you and provide you with quality service.