An IRS audit notice can put fear and doubt in the mind of even the most confident person. It is the financial and legal equivalent of being followed by the police block after block. Eventually, you start asking yourself questions:
- Have I done something wrong?
- Am I in trouble?
- How can I protect myself?
Make no mistake — if you are being audited by the IRS, you do face the possibility of significant tax penalties and even criminal charges if things don't go your way.
And paperwork. Mountains of paperwork.
As part of your audit, the IRS will jam you with paperwork requests, demanding an incredible amount of documentation within a tight 30-day deadline. For the average person — even an accountant for that matter — IRS audits are fraught with pitfalls.
To see a more in-depth explanation of the audit process, check out our IRS Audit Infographic.
We Will Deal With The IRS For You
At Silver Tax Group, our lawyers can help level the playing field and position you to succeed or, at the very least, minimize the damage from your IRS audit. For starters, we are often able to get the audit changed to a correspondence audit, saving you time and effort, as well as negotiate a longer term for gathering the paperwork.
One of the most intimidating parts of an audit is the interaction with the IRS agent. We can act as intermediary for you, taking care of the audit process while you focus on moving on with your life. We will put together all of your documentation and go line-by-line with the IRS auditor to make sure everything is handled properly.
Silver Tax Group Can Find A Solution
You can rely on our tax attorneys to obtain the best possible outcome regardless of your individual circumstances. Contact us today for a free case evaluation about your IRS tax audit.
Headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, we provide IRS audit defense representation nationwide.