Did the IRS audit your tax return and determine that you owe additional money? Don’t worry – you have options. With the help of a tax attorney, you can request an audit reconsideration. Learn more about what this is and who may qualify below.
Category: IRS audits
While you can work with a tax preparer to file your annual taxes, there are situations where you should seek representation from a tax attorney. Some instances where it can benefit you to hire an attorney include: if you’re facing a tax audit; if you’re being charged with tax fraud; if you have a large… Read more »
The percentage of criminal charges filed against taxpayers in the United States in 2019 is generally lower than it has been in the previous years. The chances of undergoing a criminal investigation by the IRS are therefore minimal. However, you might still find yourself part of that small percentage with no idea how to address… Read more »
Most people dread IRS audits even when they are not guilty of a tax offense. After all, the IRS would rarely audit you if there is no suspicion of foul play when filing taxes. For those being audited by the IRS, it is prudent to get a tax controversy attorney or a qualified CPA. Before… Read more »
IRS Record Keeping Guidelines The Internal Revenue Service generally advises taxpayers to retain copies of all tax returns and any relevant supporting documentation for at least the previous three tax years. The IRS also provides an extensive list of the types of records they may request if you are audited. These include: Receipts Bills… Read more »
The 10 Most Common Things That Can Trigger a Tax Audit (Part One)
IRS Criminal Investigation Division In our day-to-day lives, one usually has to try to find himself (or herself) on the wrong side of Law Enforcement. That is of course, not counting basic traffic infringements (which are hardly considered criminal). But in all other respects, it is mostly pretty easy to go about our day and… Read more »