Written by Pure Tax Help
IRS Audit Representation
What Is A Tax Audit?
A situation where the IRS disputes information stated on your reported tax return(s) and seeks further information for confirmation.
There are two main types of audits:
Correspondence Audit -
Minimally intrusive and requires that you mail requested information to the IRS.
Field Audit -
More severe cases which involved the IRS showing up at your home or place of business.
(It is important to note that the IRS is not always correct in their suspicions and that sometimes audit notices are done by random selection to keep everyone honest.)
Fortunately, a majority of audits are minimally intrusive and will not cause much inconvenience.
So, Is Audit Defense Worth It?
To achieve your ideal tax audit settlement, yes.
If you have received either of these audits, it is important that you do not attempt to represent yourself as proper representation is very important to obtain a favorable outcome. Understandably, it may be difficult to select the right tax attorney for you. Our tax resolution specialists are experienced in tax audit defense and we would welcome the opportunity to speak to you. We are available 24/7 to provide you a fixed, fair quote up front in hopes to make your tax audit attorney selection easier.
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