Financial planning is essentials to maintaining your business for growth and improvements in services.
You have just received a notice that your taxes are being audited: what does this mean? A tax audit is an accounting procedure where the IRS examines your individual or business financial records to ensure you filed your tax return accurately. When this happens you need to ask "WHY" your taxes are being audited.
You can find an explanation of the reason for the audit by looking at the IRS Notices or Letters that contains a notice number in the upper right-hand corner. These numbers will further inform you about the specific issue(s) with your tax return. Once you know what you are being audited for, you can narrow your focus and start gathering relevant documents.
There are different types of tax audits, with different requirements. Knowing how you are being audited will help you determine what documents you will need, where to send them, and whether you should consult a tax attorney.
Professional representation can be vital during an IRS audit or a state income tax audit, and our experience with tax authorities enables us to guide our clients in their dealings with federal and state agencies, particularly in the Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. area, where we are based. If you have been chosen for an audit; our representation and integrity will put many of your worries to rest. We are ready and willing to answer any and all questions the IRS or state agencies may be asking of you. Connect with us to learn more by using our Contact form.
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