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About Us

David A. Sprecace, P.C. provides high-quality tax and legal services in the areas of tax controversy and litigation, and business litigation, formation, and operation.  Since earning a Master of Laws degree in Taxation (LL.M.) in 1993, Mr. Sprecace has continually defended individual and corporate taxpayers in disputes with the I.R.S., the Colorado Department of Revenue, Municipal taxing authorities, and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, both administratively and in state and federal court.  Mr. Sprecace’s professional experience includes tax disputes in the areas of federal, state, and local tax audits and appeals, employment tax, the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty, tax liens, tax levies, tax return audits, offers in compromise, the innocent spouse provisions, and state and local sales, use, and lodger’s tax. 

Over the past 30 years, he has represented hundreds of clients, including lawyers, physicians, dentists, other professionals, caterers, hotel owners, and many other small and medium-sized business owners and businesses (up to $26 Million gross annual revenue) in tax audits and in the United States Tax Court, the United States District Court for Colorado, the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado, and Colorado District and Appellate courts.  He has served as an expert witness in the areas of tax matters in divorce proceedings, and legal fees incurred for tax issues in a divorce proceeding.  David A. Sprecace, P.C. strives to offer personal service and excellent results, quickly and cost-efficiently, for your tax and business litigation needs.


Colorado Office
600 17th St #2800s

Denver, CO 80202

Client Reviews

Dave has ridden to our rescue on many occasions. It’s not that I try to get in trouble but Dave is always there to bail me out. Dave went toe-to-toe with the IRS over a several year legal battle. Nothing like having a...

- Russell and Lisa P.

My business partner and I hired Dave to represent us with an IRS tax audit of our company and individual tax returns. There were other family members and other businesses involved, and the IRS initially wanted more than...

- Mark M.

I called Dave to help me file several years of income tax returns. After the returns were filed, Dave filed an Offer in Compromise to get rid of the old taxes. The IRS accepted a small fraction of the original amount...

- Mike W.

When I needed to buy out my business partner, Dave told me of the possible pitfalls with the Operating Agreement, walked me through the entire process, helped me value the company, and make an offer. I was able to keep...

- Yvonne A.

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