IRS Audit Representation – La Rusa Tax

IRS Audit Representation

The IRS is likely auditing your tax return because they believe there is an issue with it.

The most common reaction to an IRS Tax Audit Notice is panic. Do not attempt to represent yourself. An important matter such as an IRS audit should be resolved efficiently and correctly by a CPA, an Enrolled Agent, or an Attorney. All correspondence with the IRS auditor can be referred through us.

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// Types of Audits

There are three possible types of audits:

Don’t even consider not responding if the IRS contacts you. Timely answering all IRS correspondence is extremely important in order to preserve your appeals rights. The IRS expects you to be able to support your claimed deductions with paperwork – receipts, bank statements, and canceled checks. If such documentation is no longer available, we can help you reconstruct your records and prove that you deserve to claim the deductions listed. We urge you to avoid speaking with IRS prior to discussing it with us. IRS Auditors are trained to extract more information from you than you have a legal obligation to provide. The auditor will ask you many questions about your return and you may accidentally answer the questions improperly or provide too much information. As a result, the IRS can increase the audit spoke or disallow deductions.

// Our team of professionals

It is your right to hire a professional to represent you. We can step into your shoes and meet with IRS auditors on your behalf. We will answer all correspondence, attend all meetings, submit supporting documents and fight for your rights. Remember that failure to comply with an audit, intentionally or unintentionally, often results in a tax recalculation and a hefty bill. Contact us for details.

// IRS Audit Appeals

Did an audit not go your way? We understand that many IRS auditors get it wrong. We routinely appeal all or part of the audit, including the tax assessment and penalties. The IRS appeals staff is specialized unit that does not only look at the allowability of issues, but also considers the government’s cost of litigation. Very often appeals overturn audit findings. Contact us for details.

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