Business Law Group

Tax Law

These complex laws require a legal expert

Get Tax Relief Now

The Colorado tax professionals and attorneys of the Business Law Group are experienced in representing individual and business clients in all types of tax resolution matters. The IRS wields tremendous power over our lives and businesses, without the oversight and protections that a court of law may provide. The Colorado Department of Revenue is relentless in its enforcement of state tax laws.  Both the federal and state governments can audit your returns and assess deficiencies, interest, and penalties, leaving you struggling to meet your obligations.

Resolve Your Federal Tax Liabilities

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Settle and Compromise Your Taxes

If you cannot fully pay your outstanding tax liabilities, there are ways to settle and compromise your tax obligations, including Offers in Compromise, Innocent Spouse Relief, and Penalty Abatement.                    

Getting Back Into Tax Compliance

People get behind on tax filings for many reasons. If you’ve missed a tax filing, the Business Law Group can help you get back in compliance, including Unfiled Tax Returns and FBARs and Foreign Accounts

Payment Options You Can Afford

Tax liabilities won’t go away on their own. The tax professionals and attorneys at the Business Law Group can help you deal with IRS collection efforts, including Installment Agreements, Liens, Levies, and Garnishments, and Currently Not Collectible

Payroll Taxes

Proper management of payroll taxes is crucial for both compliance with legal requirements and the financial well-being of employees, as these taxes fund essential social services. Learn more about how the Business Law group can assist you with your payroll tax liabilities.

Audit Defense

The goal of audit defense is to ensure that the taxpayer's rights are protected, to minimize the financial impact of the audit, and to resolve the matter efficiently and favorably. If you are under IRS audit, the Business Law Group can protect your rights.

Tax Notices

Tax notices are official communications from tax authorities to taxpayers, regarding various aspects of their tax filings, accounts, or compliance status. Learn more about the notices the IRS is using to conduct more of its collection efforts.

Resolve Your State Tax Issues

In many ways, resolving state tax liabilities is harder than resolving federal tax obligations. The Colorado Department of Revenue has different rules and procedures than those of the IRS. The Colorado tax professionals and attorneys at the Business Law Group are experienced in dealing with the Colorado Department of Revenue and resolving state tax issues, including the following:

  • Resolving and compromising state income taxes, penalties, and interest
  • Setting up installment payment plans for state tax obligations
  • Defending state income tax audits
  • Defending state sales tax audits
  • Defending state employment tax audits
  • Resolving property tax disputes and obtaining property tax exemptions

A Leader in Tax Law

The Colorado tax attorneys and IRS Enrolled Agent of the Business Law Group are experienced in representing individual and business clients in all types of tax resolution matters.


Our team successfully negotiated a recalculation of Retail Sales Tax and obtained a full release and refund of money improperly levied by the Colorado Department of Revenue.


Our team successfully defended a taxpayer in an IRS audit and also prevented the audit from expanding to include any transfer pricing issues or investigation.

You Don't Have To Do This Alone!

Call the Business Law Group, at (719) 355-8840, and let a Colorado Springs tax attorney start your tax relief plan today!

Our Tax Team

Adam L Weitzel, J.D., LL.M.

After graduating from law school, Adam Weitzel, a Colorado Springs tax attorney, completed an advanced law degree (LL.M.) in tax law from Georgetown University. Because of the expense and effort it requires to obtain an LL.M., it’s not common to find them outside of the bigger law firms.

After graduation, his initial work focused on sophisticated tax matters with large law firms. Adam continues that same sophisticated tax work with the Business Law Group.

Brad S. Monson, J.D., M.A. (Accountancy)

In addition to his law degree, Brad Monson, a Colorado Springs tax attorney, earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in accounting from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University, one of the top accounting programs in the country. After graduation, Brad practiced as a senior tax associate in the Denver office of a “Big Four” accounting firm, where he advised clients on corporate tax matters.
Brad S. Monson is an experienced and highly educated tax professional, capable of providing the highest level of tax and business law advice, combined with common sense and practical insight.

Katrina Ruff, EA

By receiving the highest credential awarded by the IRS, certification as an Enrolled Agent, Katrina Ruff proved her mastery of tax laws and principles.

Her experience with navigating a variety of tax issues with the IRS and State Departments of Revenue, including relief from trust fund recovery penalties, releasing tax levies and tax liens, negotiating Installment Agreements and Offers in Compromise, relief from wage garnishments, and refunds of funds improperly paid to the IRS and State Departments of Revenue has provided her with a strong record of successfully applying tax laws and principles. Her extensive experience in these areas enables her to provide the highest level of personalized representation for business and individual taxpayers to successfully resolve complex tax controversies and audits before the IRS and State Departments of Revenue.

Christian Osterhout, J.D.

With a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Colorado Christian University and additional tax-focused coursework at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, Christian Osterhout possesses a comprehensive understanding of tax principles. 

After graduation, his experience in tax and audit practice within Denver Metro Area accounting firms led to his ability to resolve tax issues across different tax domains, including addressing sales tax matters with the State Department of Revenue or assisting clients in income tax controversies with the IRS. He later pursued and now holds a license to practice in Tax Court. Christian demonstrates the practical application of his academic knowledge and his ability to navigate complex tax issues and represent clients effectively.