Tax Audit Stories

Sometimes they do, sometimes they don’t, and you won’t know until we try. The process the IRS uses when deciding to waive a penalty may seem random, but the decision is supposed to be based on whether or not it can be shown that a taxpayer acted in…
Never assume that an IRS letter, bill or notice is correct: each item, figure, and computation should be checked for accuracy. This month’s case shows how having an experienced representative who pays attention to the details can make all the difference in resolving your case. The member received…
Tax laws are constantly changing, and they can be subject to divergent interpretations. Never assume that an expense is not deductible solely because that is the generally accepted view. Research should always be done to confirm that the law hasn’t changed, or that new interpretations have not replaced…
When a tax return is audited, most of the time the examination occurs two to three years after the tax return was originally filed. It can be a big headache trying to remember what was done and why. This month’s case illustrates how having an experienced audit representative…
Giving up isn’t an option when you know you’re right. This month’s case demonstrates the importance of sticking with your story and knowing how to prove your position. It helps, too, to have an Audit Representative who won’t take “no” for an answer. The member received a bill…
For some people, sleepless nights go hand in hand with being audited by the IRS. This month’s case shows how a caring representative can help make the audit process a little less stressful, especially for anxious types. The member received a bill from the IRS for more than…
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Sometimes they do, sometimes they don’t, and you won’t know until we try. The process the IRS uses when deciding to waive a penalty may seem random, but the decision is supposed to be based on whether or not it can be shown that a taxpayer acted in…
Never assume that an IRS letter, bill or notice is correct: each item, figure, and computation should be checked for accuracy. This month’s case shows how having an experienced representative who pays attention to the details can make all the difference in resolving your case. The member received…
Tax laws are constantly changing, and they can be subject to divergent interpretations. Never assume that an expense is not deductible solely because that is the generally accepted view. Research should always be done to confirm that the law hasn’t changed, or that new interpretations have not replaced…
When a tax return is audited, most of the time the examination occurs two to three years after the tax return was originally filed. It can be a big headache trying to remember what was done and why. This month’s case illustrates how having an experienced audit representative…
Giving up isn’t an option when you know you’re right. This month’s case demonstrates the importance of sticking with your story and knowing how to prove your position. It helps, too, to have an Audit Representative who won’t take “no” for an answer. The member received a bill…
For some people, sleepless nights go hand in hand with being audited by the IRS. This month’s case shows how a caring representative can help make the audit process a little less stressful, especially for anxious types. The member received a bill from the IRS for more than…
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Sometimes they do, sometimes they don’t, and you won’t know until we try. The process the IRS uses when deciding to waive a penalty may seem random, but the decision is supposed to be based on whether or not it can be shown that a taxpayer acted in…
Never assume that an IRS letter, bill or notice is correct: each item, figure, and computation should be checked for accuracy. This month’s case shows how having an experienced representative who pays attention to the details can make all the difference in resolving your case. The member received…
Tax laws are constantly changing, and they can be subject to divergent interpretations. Never assume that an expense is not deductible solely because that is the generally accepted view. Research should always be done to confirm that the law hasn’t changed, or that new interpretations have not replaced…
When a tax return is audited, most of the time the examination occurs two to three years after the tax return was originally filed. It can be a big headache trying to remember what was done and why. This month’s case illustrates how having an experienced audit representative…
Giving up isn’t an option when you know you’re right. This month’s case demonstrates the importance of sticking with your story and knowing how to prove your position. It helps, too, to have an Audit Representative who won’t take “no” for an answer. The member received a bill…
For some people, sleepless nights go hand in hand with being audited by the IRS. This month’s case shows how a caring representative can help make the audit process a little less stressful, especially for anxious types. The member received a bill from the IRS for more than…
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