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Why Small Businesses Need IRS Tax Attorneys

  As the saying goes, there are two inevitabilities in life: taxes and death. Many small businesses are also faced with tax issues. That is because a lot of business owners don’t have the information and guidance needed to file their tax returns correctly. A good IRS tax attorney can save business owners stressful weeks… Read more »

Understanding The Basics of the New IRS Virtual Appeal

It is a common misconception among American taxpayers that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offices work at a slow pace (I mean… they’re not the post office. Amirite??). The IRS took a big step by offering an efficient and timeless program that allows taxpayers to hold “face to face” meetings with the IRS representatives – IRS… Read more »

Never Fight the IRS Alone

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The Internal Revenue Service, popularly known as the IRS, is the revenue service of the United States federal government that is tasked with the collection of taxes and enforcing of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). Annually, scores of citizens face an audit of their individual tax returns by IRS – sometimes randomly or often following any… Read more »

Being Audited by the IRS But Don’t Have Any Receipts?

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  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 »

Appealing the Findings of Your IRS Examiner: Should You Appeal?

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All you need to know about appealing your IRS findings The Internal Revenue Service better known as the IRS is the governmental agency that ensures that you “give Caesar what belongs to Caesar”. In other words, it conducts the fundamental function of tax collection on a nationwide scale. And so given the importance of the… Read more »

Statute of Limitations for IRS Audits

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The Three Year Rule The IRS generally has three years from the date a return is filed or due to issue a Notice of Deficiency. If this period has expired, the IRS can’t assess additional tax against your return, which should alleviate any of your worries about an IRS tax audit. Before you breathe a… Read more »

Why You Need a Tax Attorney to Represent You in an Audit

Tax Representation During an Audit

Reasons why you Should Have a Tax Attorney Present During an Audit The IRS is no joke. The moment they knock on your door, chances are you will end up in a state of frenzy. This mostly happens when you were not prepared. Those who have all their records and tax affairs in order will… Read more »