IRS Audit Representation
When it comes to Tax and Audit Representation, we’re in your corner.
In the fiscal year 2014, the IRS audited the tax returns of fewer than one percent of taxpayers nationwide. With those odds, you may be thinking it can’t happen to you. But you could be wrong. Especially if you have a lot of business expenses, your tax return is complicated, or you’re in a higher income bracket.
The good news is that nearly 75 percents are notices or letters sent by the IRS requesting additional information or clarification. The rest are actual field audits.
While you may be tempted to respond to a letter or notice from the IRS, it’s not always a good idea--even if you have a firm grasp of tax law. Because as friendly as IRS auditors might seem, they represent the IRS--not you.
Make the Smart Choice
Sure, taxpayers can--and do--prevail during IRS audits, but without an experienced tax professional on your side, it’s less likely that it will happen...and you just might end up owing the IRS money instead of getting a refund.
When you hire us to represent you during an audit, here’s what we do for you:
- Take care of all audit correspondence
- Make sure you take the steps needed to minimize your tax liability
- Handle all discussions with auditors to reduce the risk of additional liability
- Appeal a decision, if necessary