Internal Revenue Service Audit Attorneys

Are You Being Audited?

An IRS audit can be a stressful, intrusive and intimidating procedure, especially if you try to face it alone. The purpose of an audit is to make certain that your tax return was correctly and accurately done and it does not necessarily mean that you made an error or were dishonest. You deserve to be treated fairly, and it is important that the IRS be made to stay within the boundaries and guidelines established by tax law.

What the IRS Is Looking For

There are specific items that the IRS may be looking for in audit examinations. Generally, they are looking to identify a discrepancy between what you earned and what you disclosed to them.

In order to do this, their auditors will look for:

  • Income that has not been reported
  • Claims for deductions that may be incorrect
  • Incomplete financial records
  • Missing financial records
  • Irregularities in financial records
  • Unfiled tax returns

Preparation for IRS Audits

Preparation is the key to success in favorably resolving an audit situation. By thoroughly reviewing your tax returns and financial information, potential trouble spots may be located with effective plans for these worked out before the audit occurs.

Preparation for IRS Audits

Having an attorney represent you will put the IRS on notice that they will have to comply with all the laws regarding an audit. Having an attorney present with you used to be an IRS Revenue Agent himself will establish an even higher level of protection stemming from industry knowledge.

Mr. Miller is a former IRS agent and understands how they operate in the performance of audits. He has 20 plus years of experience in the tax, accounting, and legal fields which he can utilize to your benefit. You don't have to take on the IRS alone. You can have a professional fighting on your behalf.

Contact a Palm Beach County tax attorney for help as soon as you receive notice that you are being audited by the IRS.

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