Receiving a letter from the Internal Revenue Service can be a frightening experience, but the truth is, there’s no need to panic. Notification of an audit is not necessarily indicative of dishonesty or illegal action on your behalf. The IRS has several methods of selecting audits, and unfortunately, the methods can often be faulty. As a former trial attorney with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, I spent years assisting IRS agents in conducting audits—I know their procedures, processes, and the ins-and-outs of their audit methods and systems. But perhaps more importantly, I know your rights, and I know how to advocate for you during an audit. On IRS audits, a former IRS agent of over thirty years’ experience works with me to help explain the auditing procedure to you, prepare you for your audit, and schedule our meetings with the IRS. We have the expertise to meet with the IRS on your behalf. We gather the necessary records requested by the IRS, ensure they travel through the correct channels, and keep you up to date with the auditing procedure. Our goal is to ensure your rights are protected while achieving the best results, and we strive to make the audit process as brief and worry-free experience as possible.
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