IRS Tax Audit
Have you received an IRS Audit notice? For expert professional representation, call Nationwide Tax Group now 800-632-1750
We all dread the thought of having submitted our tax return, then being contacted and informed that the IRS wants to review or tax return. You are now the subject of an IRS tax audit. If you get audited, your best bet is to seek out a qualified tax professional to represent you.
We have conjured a team of IRS Enrolled Agents, Tax Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants who have represented clients during all types of IRS Audit examinations. Individual taxpayers and small business, any person or institution filing a tax return can be subject to a deeper analysis at any time and in any area of their return.
We have what it takes to walk you through this often problematic and frightening time.
The statistics on IRS Tax Audits tell us that fewer than 25% of audit victims get away unscathed. The take per IRS tax audit has increased over the last five years. When you actually look at the odds, anticipating the worst possible scenario isn’t really that farfetched.
The IRS, thanks to its sophisticated computer selection process, audits only those returns in which adjustments are almost a certainty. Realize the odds are against you and focus on limiting the damage from an audit. The sooner you address the situation the better the result. Once you are a blip on the IRS radar, you will be perused, at no time think you may be forgotten about.
For anyone in a situation warranting tax audit help, we can provide the expertise needed to get through this trying time. The IRS may ask for certain documentation from you. We will provide assistance with required documentation preparation, if said documents are lost or unavailable, we know what we are allowed to recreate and will do so.
In all of our years in this industry we have never had a client tell us that receiving an IRS Audit notice isn’t nerve wracking or scary, we understand why. Every detail of an IRS audit examination must be exact.
The IRS notice audit notice by itself is intimidating. Contacting the revenue officer before further action is taken is of great importance, as if you ignore it, it is certain to spiral into other methods of IRS enforcement. Most of the fear you may feel is fear of the unknown upon receiving an IRS Audit notice.
· What will happen next?
· What do I say during the audit examination?
· Will the revenue officer try to intimidate me?
· Will the IRS Tax Audit financially ruin me?
These are all valid questions. We cannot emphasize the importance of seeking expert, experienced IRS audit help. Unfortunately, any information asked of you by an audit examiner is not to benefit you, it is put on file, and used against you at a later date. We will know better what information is strictly required and what is information is unnecessary to divulge during an IRS Audit examination.
We offer complete representation; there will be no need for you to go face to face with the IRS, you need to call us in time to gather what we need to do this, familiarize ourselves with your case specifics. We offer a completely free, no obligation consultation. You can contact us by filling out our online submission inquiry from or call by phone.