When you are enduring an IRS Audit you must 1st discover the notice or letter number for all correspondence you have received from the IRS in order to know what process is applicable to your case and what procedures you must follow. Each of these procedures has time limits and qualifications so you must remain […]
IRS Audit Agents
IRS "Agents" are IRS employees who perform audits & examinations of taxpayer's returns. TaxHelp examines the powers & roles of IRS agents who conduct audits of taxpayer returns.
If it appears that you need to hire a representative to help you against the IRS there are many options. Who you choose will be a process of elimination. There are generally 3 types of persons who can represent you before the IRS: Attorneys, CPA’s & Enrolled Agents. An Enrolled Agent generally is an expert […]
Sometimes IRS Appeals is necessary. When you are grappling with an IRS problem you won’t get much help from IRS employees. In most cases, you should be able to resolve your case with a lower-level IRS employee. But, in some cases (such as a denial of deductions) it may be necessary to file an Appeal […]
Audit Strategies & Tactics You need to explore tactics before you talk to the IRS. The IRS examines returns to determine the accuracy of your income and deductions. However, an audit is more than just an examination of your accounting books. It is an investigation of YOU! The IRS will often want to examine your […]
Technically, a return is any taxpayer verification of income and deductions and an agreement with the IRS, or at least no contest from the IRS. So, the form that everyone files every year is one definition of a return, but it is not the only one. Many times, if you are already involved on an […]