Are you Facing An Audit And Need Expert Help?
With over 18 years of experience in Idaho and with the IRS, we are here for you.
It can be a frightening moment when you receive an IRS letter that you are being audited. IRS and state examinations can be a complex process.
- They drain your time and your resources. You certainly do not want to go at it alone.
- Most people have no experience dealing with professional tax auditors.
- The best thing to do is to call a professional that knows how to work with them.
- Just giving all data to the auditor is not the right approach. You need someone to advocate your position.
- Finding or recreating your records can be a daunting task.
- You are risk creating new problems.
- Auditors want to close cases as soon as they are satisfied they have answered the original question. The auditor generally does not want to see anything other than what they’ve asked for.
- However, they will expand the audit if they believe there is more tax due.
- This is not a time to represent yourself.
- Success means that I achieved what I represented to do for you at the time of hiring.
- No one has a magic wand, we work with what we have and we set realistic outcomes.
- After we establish representation for the audit with a limited power of attorney form, you do not have to speak to the IRS or the state.
- You are protected.