Audit Representation

What is an IRS audit?

An IRS audit is a review/examination of an organization’s or individual’s accounts and financial information to ensure information is being reported correctly, according to the tax laws, to verify the amount of tax reported is accurate.

What to expect from an IRS Audit?

There are many aspects to an audit and many areas to be considered and that all depends upon what the IRS or State taxing authority is looking for. You need an experienced Tax Professional to review your case and determine if you have any options to fight for your return to be accepted as you submitted it.

There are two things to consider when you are Audited:

  • Do you feel your return was true and accurate when you signed and sent to IRS and/or State?
  • Do you have the receipts to back up what you claimed on your signed returns?


If your answer is yes, you have a valid reason to proceed in the Audit, and it is in your best interest to have a Licensed Representative review your case and represent you in the Audit to be assured you will have the best opportunity to walk away with the least amount of negative impact you as possible.

If your answer is no, you can meet the Auditor on your own and take your chances or hire a Licensed Representative to help minimize the impact to you and then develop a plan of how to pay the IRS or State after the assessments are made.

Contact Professional Tax Services to have a Tax Professional evaluate your situation before you take chance of your own outcome in an Audit.

 

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