Being notified of an impending audit can be both frightening and overwhelming.  IRS audits come in three basic varieties: the correspondence audit, the office audit, and the field audit.  We can work with you to prepare for any type of audit.  More importantly, once we are engaged as your representative the IRS will communicate directly with.  This will free you to run your business, spend time with your family, and enjoy your life.

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Being notified of an impending audit can be both frightening and overwhelming.  IRS audits come in three basic varieties: the correspondence audit, the office audit, and the field audit.  We can work with you to prepare for any type of audit.  More importantly, once we are engaged as your representative the IRS will communicate directly with.  This will free you to run your business, spend time with your family, and enjoy your life.

What type of audit notification did you receive?

IRS Correspondence Audit

The notification for a correspondence audit usually arrives as a letter labeled CP2000.  This type of IRS audit is usually triggered by a discrepancy between your income tax returns and records the IRS has received from other sources.  You will have 30 days to provide a response explaining the issues under examination with supporting documentation.

IRS Office Audit

The taxpayer is usually notified of an office audit by IRS letter 3572 or similar notice.  The letter will identify the issues under examination and provide a number to call and schedule an appointment for the audit.  You typically have 10 days to schedule the appointment.  Contact us right away to secure representation before you schedule your appointment.

IRS Field Audit

Field audits are usually done on businesses.  During a field audit a Revenue Agent will usually spend 1-2 on-site reviewing your business records.  The bulk of the audit will be conducted at the location where the records are stored.  The records can be at your business or with a representative.  Secure representation as soon as possible when you are notified of a field audit.  This will allow us adequate time to prepare and help to minimize any potential disruption at your business.

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