Having your deductions be rejected by the IRS can be devastating. After the IRS spends countless hours pouring over your documents, making copies and wasting your time, they often send a Form 4549 which outlines the lines of your return they question and the deductions they are proposing to allow or disallow. But, taxpayers are often shocked to find that the IRS has disallowed ALL of their legitimate deductions.
Fight IRS Rejection:
Don't worry. Usually it is because your evidence is not in proper order and the IRS doesn't want to spend the time organizing your documents. The IRS will not help you prepare your records. The purpose of the TaxHelpLaw Audit Defense program is to show you how to organize and prepare your files for the IRS.
You can either hire someone to organize your records or you can do-it-yourself. You can read more on this issue by following the Prep Steps in this website to prepare for a consultion with Mr. Hopkins. But, if you are self-preparing, go ahead & purchase the TaxHelpLaw Audit Defense Program. You can always consult with an attorney later.
Then, once the documents are organized you can determine what is missing and what further evidence you need to prove your case. You will also discover if the IRS has any factual or legal objection to your evidence.
All of this will be compared to your returns, your Wage & Income Transcripts, your Account Transcripts and any Forms 4564, 4549 or Letter 3219 the IRS has sent you.
Pursue Your Case:
But, an audit does not necessarily end your arguments. If you were rejected by Exams you can still Appeal this Audit or go to Tax Court. Don't give up!!!
You can review & use all of the Letters, Notices, Forms and Guides on this website but you won't be able to craft your particular response to the IRS because this requires a detailed legal analysis & direction into the specifics of your case. There is no sample or example form for this, just legal artistry from our tax attorney here at TaxHelpLaw.
As explained in the "Attorney Fees" Page, it is often best to gather all your evidence and come into our office for a consultation. It is impossible to give specific advice for your case without a thorough review of your specific circumstances.
J. David Hopkins, JD, LLM