We Offer Expert Audit Representation
The right IRS audit representation can actually make the overall audit smaller in scope. The IRS has the right to look into taxes from previous years, or take a look at more aspects of your return than the specific part that flagged the attention of the IRS.
An IRS audit representative can help narrow the scope of the audit to protect your privacy, and make sure you aren’t being intimidated into consenting to more scrutiny than you have to be. IRS audit representation works to represent and advocate for you, you every step of your audit process.
Why Am I Being Audited By the IRS?
If you find yourself getting audited by the IRS, it’s because they looked at your return and calculated an approximate idea of what kind of deductions you qualify for. If the deductions you applied for differs greatly from the number they came up with, they see a problem and are more likely to audit you.
Tax law, like all law, is subject to interpretation. There is no such thing as a perfect tax return, and many people can convince the IRS that their deductions were in fact reasonable, if those people can enlist the help of the right IRS audit representation.