Jennifer Ann Wynne is an Attorney and Certified Public Accountant who focuses on resolving Federal & New York State tax controversies.
Long Island Tax Attorney
Dedicated to Resolving Your Tax Controversies in Nassau County
Have you been hit with a civil penalty for unpaid back taxes, tax evasion, or some other tax-related dispute? Are you struggling with significant tax debt that seems to keep piling up? Let Wynne Law, P.C. help you. I am a skilled tax lawyer in Garden City who is committed to resolving even the most complex tax matters.
As an attorney and a Certified Public Accountant, I have the experience needed to help you find a favorable resolution to your case. I handle both federal and New York State tax cases, taking a client-focused and results-driven approach. My clients receive personalized, one-on-one attention to ensure that their cases are handled with the care they deserve. Everyone deserves a chance to start fresh – let me help you get there.
Hire an attorney who is truly here for youGet to know Attorney Wynne
Because I work directly with my clients, I am able to minimize expenses and make my services more affordable. I also offer flexible payments plans.
Experienced Attorney & CPA
Not only do I have experience in multiple areas of law, but I am also a Certified Public Accountant. This background gives me extensive knowledge in the tax law field.
When you hire me you will receive one-on-one, personalized attention to your case. I will be there to guide you through every step of the process.
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True Stories From Real Clients
Jennifer used her expertise and knowledge of the intricate tax system and went above and beyond to make sure my situation was resolved 100%.- Melanie G.
I would highly recommend Jennifer for any tax issues. She is great.- Sumita S.
Our experience with Wynne Law, P.C. was excellent.- Former Client
Very professional and knowledgeable.- Jennifer M.
I would not hesitate to recommend her for her professionalism, knowledge, empathy and honesty!- Melanie G.
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