Tax audits vary in terms of severity, some being easier to resolve than others. Some tax audits are as follows:
Correspondence Audit – The IRS will notify by mail the question to answer or documentation to provide (proof of a deduction or receipt)
Office Audit – The IRS conducts a meeting in their office where you will be required to produce receipts and other documents related to specific issues of the tax year being audited
Field Audit – An IRS agent comes to your home or place of business.
In order to prepare for an audit, consult with a tax consultant to help you address what the IRS issues are. If you need more time to prepare the documentation, you may request for a postponement with the IRS. One of our tax professionals can represent you instead of attending yourself.
Call to make an appointment with us and we can begin assisting you with your tax audit immediately.