If you become subject to examination by the IRS or a State taxing agency, although not required, it is recommended to have the proper representation from qualified, competent professionals. Whether the examination occurs via correspondence or in person, tax auditors, at times, can be aggressive with taxpayers, and its vital to understand what the auditor is requesting and when the documentation needs to be submitted by. The first step is not to panic and understand that audits can happen to any taxpayer. If you receive a tax audit letter or a telephone call, bring it to our attention. We can help.

We’ll help with your IRS tax audit by:

• Reviewing the tax authority notice or inquiry and explain what it means

• Researching issues involved

• Assisting you in assembling documents and records for the tax audit

• Reviewing the tax audit findings and explaining them to you

• Explaining the appeal process and other options available to you in the event you disagree with the tax authority’s findings

• Communicating directly with the tax authority on your behalf

• Answering questions for the taxing authority about the preparation of your tax return

• Acting on and asserting arguments on your behalf

• Challenging the tax authority’s position, if necessary

• Following up regarding any outstanding issues or further documentation that has been requested

• Researching any issues that may come up during the IRS tax audit

• Meeting again with the tax authority to resolve any further issues

• Negotiating and settling claims with the tax authority

• Assisting with the appeals process

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