Magnolia Madsen

Magnolia Madsen is a partner in the firm's Tax and Private Client Services Practice Group specializing in federal/IRS tax cases. She focuses her practice on working with individuals, small-to-medium-sized businesses, and non-profits with federal tax issues and tax liabilities resulting from corporate income tax, personal income tax, employment tax, penalties, and interest. She practices before the IRS nationwide, working with clients in all states as well as a number of clients who live overseas. Her emphasis is working one-on-one with clients to resolve their issues through levy/lien/garnishment releases, tax liability compromises, payment arrangements and tax research/representation in audits, appeals, and taxpayer advocate cases, as well as representing clients in the IRS non-profit corporation application process. She also specializes in working with high conflict tax situations, including threatened criminal prosecution and old, complex, and difficult cases that defy easy resolution.

She prides herself on taking a personal interest in her clients' cases. Her clients know that Ms. Madsen will always take a personal interest in their cases and will always be her clients' first point of contact. Every tax case is different and it takes an individual approach to be successful.

Ms. Madsen was born in Fairbanks, Alaska, and was raised on both the East Coast and in Colorado. She completed her B.A. in Hawaii, her M.S. in Connecticut, and her law degree at the University of Denver in Colorado on a full scholarship. In her free time, she enjoy hiking, gardening, and trying to keep up with her two children. She is also an avid sci-fi and pop culture buff.

Title: Partner

Admitted to Practice:  Colorado (pending), Tennessee (2003), Mississippi (Inactive, 2003), Internal Revenue Service (2003), U.S. Tax Court (2008)

Practice Groups: Tax & Private Client Services 

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