Handling an IRS audit can be difficult, but you don't have to face it alone. Nothing strikes fear in people more than receiving an IRS Audit letter in the mail. Audits take significant time away from your business and family, requiring you to gather records substantiating each and every item reported on your tax return and develop a comprehensive understanding of tax law.
The IRS leaves no stone unturned in its mission to determine the accuracy of your tax return. If you don't comply with the Auditors' wishes, the IRS will recalculate your tax and send you home with a hefty tax bill as your parting gift.
Many taxpayers decide to handle a tax audit themselves, and discover they may have been "penny wise," avoiding a representative's fee, but "pound foolish," because they received a substantial bill for a significant tax deficiency. IRS Auditors know that most people fear them and are ignorant of their rights. As a result, they know they can use that fear and ignorance to their advantage.
Rarely do our clients even have to talk with the IRS. While the exact advice we offer will greatly vary depending on your situation, we are highly experienced with IRS audit representation and we can help you to reach a solution.