What You Should Know
A recent trend of the IRS has shown that correspondence and in-person audits are on the rise, especially among higher income earners. Some common causes for a tax return to be selected for an audit are random selection, computer screening where a mathematical reconciliation error has occurred, document matching reasons, unusual or excessive use of deductions, recent tax returns filed in bulk, or a related audit or collection case being worked by the IRS, among others.
How We Can Help
If you have received a letter or phone call from the IRS requesting an audit, it is imperative that you seek professional representation in a timely manner. As our client, we will review the audit process with you and ensure your rights are being protected throughout the length of the audit. We can arrange to take your place (or accompany you) to the audit and will present your options to you throughout every stage. In the event you disagree with the audit results, we will explain your appeal rights and prepare and submit an effective appeal on your behalf. As former IRS Auditors and IRS Officers, we know the audit process and how to protect you and your assets. Request a FREE consultation with our ex-IRS agents here.
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