Audit Representation

Have you received a Notice of Audit and Examination Scheduled from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? 

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

How long does an audit take?

The length varies depending on the type of audit; the complexity of the issues; the availability of information requested; the availability of both parties for scheduling meetings; and your agreement or disagreement with the findings.

What are the IRS audit representation services that we offer?

  1. Appeal

An IRS audit is a serious situation, but with experienced help most tax difficulties can be resolved. You don’t have to face an audit alone. Our associates are qualified to represent you before the examination division of the IRS. Oftentimes we can save taxpayers many times the cost of representation and quickly bring the audit to a close

  1. Notice of Deficiency

The Notice of Deficiency (NOD) or the CP3219N is a formal communication given by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to the taxpayer asserting that additional taxes are due. Once you receive your notice, you have 90 days or 150 days if the notice is addressed to a person who is outside the United States from the date of the notice to file a petition with the tax court. 

  1. Penalties and Interest Abatement

One of the worst things about IRS tax controversies are the penalties and interest tacked on to your original bill. There are penalties for late filing, late payment, and negligence, to name but a few–and the interest on unpaid taxes can rapidly increase your total tax liability. 

If you are struggling with unpaid taxes plus additional penalties and interest, we can help. The IRS may abate certain penalties if there is reasonable cause and the failure was not due to willful neglect. 

Many taxpayers who have not previously had major issues with the IRS can qualify for a first time penalty waiver. Generally, the IRS does not revoke interest charges, but some established interest suspension provisions do apply–especially where the IRS has made an error.

We understand if you are overwhelmed by penalties and interest. They often appear arbitrary and unfair. We will carefully scrutinize your tax situation to see where penalties and/or interest may be waived.

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