Audit Representation and Reconsiderations
If you receive notice of an audit, the first thing to do is don’t panic. An audit is a review of your financials and information from a given year in order to determine if your return was reported accurately. It can sometimes be as part of a test program on compliance or triggered by missing documents. Whatever the reason, one thing is certain – you don’t want to go through it without proper audit representation.
Receiving notice of an audit can be a bit overwhelming. You probably have a lot of questions and you may be unsure as to what to do next. What you need is an experienced tax resolution professional you can trust to guide you through the audit process to get you the best possible outcome.
That’s where we come in.
Once you get that notice of an audit, you should consult an experienced tax resolution professional here at Strategic Tax Resolution. We will be able to examine the situation, determine what the problem is and what exactly you are being asked to do. From there, we represent you and your interests in order to obtain the best possible outcome for your unique situation. Our experienced staff is ready to provide you with audit representation.
Audit Reconsideration is what you probably are thinking it is – reconsidering the results of a audit.
- Did not appear for your audit
- Moved and did not receive notices from the IRS
- Have additional information not presented at the original audit
- Disagree with the audit assessment
you may request an audit reconsideration.
There are particular steps to making an audit reconsideration request, steps that must be followed for the request to go through. Much like the original audit process, you are going to want an experienced tax resolution professional on your side, looking out for your rights as a taxpayer throughout the reconsideration process.
Strategic Tax Resolution are your local tax resolution experts. Contact us today at 888.339.4914 or use the form on the right for a free consultation!