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    Audit Representation

    Using Tax Network USA to help with an audit can significantly increase your chances of getting a better outcome. Our licensed Enrolled Agents, CPA’s and Tax Attorneys will analyze your situation to determine the best approach to resolve the audit on your behalf.

    Audit Representation

    If you are facing penalties that are a result of an audit – and would like to challenge the outcome – an audit reconsideration request would need to be submitted. However, given the seriousness of the issue, this is best done alongside a tax professional.

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    • Personal Tax Audit
    • Business Tax Audit
    • IRS and State Tax Audit Representation
    • Tax Audit Hearings and Appearances
    • IRS Audit Reconsideration Petition
    • Dispute Audit Civil Penalties, Fees, and Fines
    • Appeals For Audit Reconsideration Rejections

    Get Expert Help with IRS or State Tax Audits

    In one phone call, you can get all your tax audit questions answered by a licensed tax professional:

    • “Do I have rights in the audit process?”
    • “Is the audit just getting worse while I ignore it?”
    • “How long does an audit reconsideration process take?”
    • “What documents will the audit examiner need to resolve the audit?”
    • “Can I appeal tax audit decisions?”
    • “How much will I have to pay back after the audit is resolved?”

    Don’t make ANY major decisions until you get every tax audit question answered during your Free No Obligation Consultation.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How far back can the IRS audit my return?

    Additional tax may be assessed by the IRS three years after the due date of the return or the date it was filed, whichever is later.

    How are taxpayers chosen for audit?

    IRS audits do not happen at random, despite the perception that it might happen at any time. A trigger usually signals to the IRS that a second look is necessary.

    An audit tends to be triggered by underreported income (when forms 1099 or W-2 don’t match what you’re reporting); tax deductions that appear to be too high considering your income; or inconsistencies from year to year (claiming a home interest mortgage deduction one year and not the next, for example).

    If I am selected for an audit, how will I find out?

    An IRS notice will be sent if they think there was a minor error on your part.

    In the notice, also known as a correspondence or paper audit, you’ll receive instructions to provide supplementary paperwork to support your claims; requests could include receipts for charitable donations or mileage logs for business travel.

    What are my appeal rights?

    Ultimately, you do not have to accept the audit report. Within 30 days of receiving the report, you can appeal it by writing to the IRS.

    What makes you a target of an IRS audit?

    A simple mistake like entering a wrong social security number or misspelling your own name can trigger an audit. Errors in math are another trigger. Some of these issues can be eliminated by filing electronically.

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