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David M. Feldman, Esq.

Tax Attorney
Title:Senior Tax Attorney
Education:Lewis and Clark School of Law (JD),
University of San Diego School of Law (LLM)

David holds a Juris Doctor degree from Lewis and Clark School of Law as well as an LL.M. in Taxation (an attorney’s post-doctorate master’s degree) from the University of San Diego School of Law. He holds a license in good standing with the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon. David has never been disciplined by the Oregon Bar Association.

Prior to joining Fortress, David fought for taxpayers in collections with the IRS while working for a Low-Income Legal Tax Clinic located in downtown Portland, Oregon. After gaining tax resolution experience at the Clinic, David joined the Fortress Financial team in 2008, and has focused exclusively in resolving serious back tax liabilities ever since.

David has proven to be a very valuable asset to the Fortress team as he has time and time again combined his professionalism with his advanced tax-related education and front-line experience in tax negotiations to achieve great things for his clients–most notably, protection for his clients from enforcement action as well as securing extremely favorable results for the vast majority of his clients.

Articles by David

IRS-FRESH-START-PROGRAM

The IRS Fresh Start Program: 2011-2020

Owing your least favorite uncle a back-tax debt is undeniably scary and stressful.  Uncle Sam—the most powerful creditor in the world–is typically the last entity that one wants to deal with due to all the

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Time & Tax Resolution

How to Become Eligible for Tax Resolution

Once an individual or business falls behind with taxes, a time-bomb clock starts ticking. If you are unable to full pay your tax liability and you wish to avoid nasty consequences, you must become eligible for some form of voluntary tax resolution.

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