If you receive any audit letter/notice/inquiry on your tax return, We will represent your case before the IRS/State Revenue Department, regardless of who prepared your tax return.
The IRS has three years from the due date of the tax return to assess any additional taxes that may be owed by issuing an Audit Letter.
The IRS has the authority to examine the taxpayer’s books, papers and other records that
The IRS has the authority to examine the taxpayer’s books, papers and other records that supports the items considered on your filed tax returns.
It is always a good idea to keep the records that are relevant with respect to the filed tax returns for at least 3 years from the date on which you have filed your taxes.
Taxpayer representation is the process of assisting our clients in dealing with various taxing authorities, negotiating payment plans or settlements, and in some cases, representing our clients in court.
We represent clients on a variety of taxation issues and guide them through the dispute process ranging from a collection action to administrative appeals through litigation.
The best person to represent you in tax matters before the IRS would be your CPA, your tax attorney, or an Enrolled Agent.
This person would be very familiar with your tax return and be able to speak to the issues in its preparation and filing.
The IRS has their team of Revenue Officers, Revenue Agents, and Special Agents highly trained in all aspects of Internal Revenue Code.You should have your own team of highly trained experts to represent you.
Without proper representation, you could end up paying more than you have to. In extreme cases you could be subject to criminal charges.
Before the IRS performs their audit of your records, we will perform our preliminary in-house audit in order to anticipate problems that the IRS may find. We will then develop strategies to mitigate and contain them.
All new clients will receive a free overview of their prior year's returns. All information exchanged will be kept strictly confidential.
Whether you are an individual, corporation, partnership, or a non-profit organization, we can provide you with the tax representation services needed to resolve your IRS tax dispute. Contact us at (909) 654-4771