Live In Virginia? Think You Paid Your Fair Share Of Taxes? The IRS May Not Agree.

Whether you are a business owner or simply an individual trying to get by, receiving an IRS audit notice is a terrifying experience. In an instant, countless questions may begin to rush through your head. Did I not pay my fair share of taxes? Will my business survive? What should I do?

Despite the fact that the IRS already collects billions of dollars in taxes every year from Virginia taxpayers and businesses, it is always looking for those it believes are not paying enough, which is why the IRS conducts more than 1 million annual audits throughout the U.S. And with 10 IRS offices in Virginia alone, individuals and business owners alike often find themselves in the crosshairs of an IRS audit.

Don't Let The IRS Push You Around - Help Is A Phone Call Away

Trying to deal with the IRS alone is often a mistake, so let Silver Tax Group help you level the playing field. Our lawyers will work tirelessly to find an efficient resolution to your tax problems. The benefits of contacting Silver Tax Group for help during an IRS audit are many:

  • We will work to help change your audit to a correspondence audit, which can be conducted through the mail - thereby saving you time and effort.
  • We will act as an intermediary between you and the IRS, which leaves you free to focus on things other than dealing with often intimidating IRS agents.
  • We will organize and put together all required documents for the IRS.
  • We will go through every page of documentation with the IRS agent to make sure everything is handled correctly.

Contact Silver Tax Group today for a free initial consultation with an attorney who understands the nuances of Virginia tax law. You can reach us online or by phone at 800-778-2741. We answer our phones 24/7. Audits are never easy, so let us help put your mind at ease.

In-Person Audits Are Serious, But Do They Hurt Businesses Or Individuals More?

While corporations typically must pay larger amounts following an in-person field audit - more than $760,000 on average, per return, in 2016 - individual taxpayers are certainly not left unscathed. In fact, individuals subjected to an IRS field audit in 2016 had to pay nearly three times more than individuals who were allowed to complete a correspondence audit through the mail.

Regardless of which type of audit you may be facing, we can help - so contact us today.