Texas

It can be a sick feeling to receive notice of an audit or other action by the Internal Revenue Service. Whether you are being targeted as an individual, or as a business owner, dealing with the IRS is a tedious experience. Seemingly every financial decision you made can come into question as the IRS searches for a reason to punish you. If they find something, the penalties can be overwhelming.

Take Immediate Action

Most audits are conducted by mail. In some cases, the IRS sends an official to conduct an in-person interview to review your records in one of their Texas offices, or at your home or office. However the IRS has chosen to proceed, you need to act quickly to protect your rights.

Among the rights you have as a taxpayer is the right to be treated professionally and courteously by the IRS. Don't let that fool you. A polite request or professional dispute with the IRS can land you in prison and lead to long lasting financial ramifications. You have a right to representation and you should exercise it as soon as you find out the IRS is interested in you.

At Silver Tax Group, our team helps individuals and businesses who are being audited or facing other action by the IRS. We have extensive experience dealing with the IRS and we know their methods. We also know the how to minimize the impact of an IRS action on your life. With our skilled tax law team on your side, you can rest easy knowing that everything is being done to get you the best possible result.

The Audit Process

Audits are always initiated by mail. Once you receive that notice, how long your audit takes depends on several factors. In-person audits may be slower than mail audits, depending on scheduling issues. The IRS makes no promises about moving quickly, despite the disruption an audit can be to your life or business. Another reason to work with Silver Tax Group is that we can help move things along. We know how to provide the IRS with what it's looking for to encourage a swift and positive resolution.

The Solution

The outcome of your case is not guaranteed. Audits are not a sign that you have done anything wrong. You can and should present the strongest case you can to get a good result. If you work with our tax attorneys, we can ensure that your rights will be protected and that your defense strategy will be carefully crafted. Contact us today to schedule a free case evaluation.