IRS disputes can be intimidating and overwhelming, and building the best case to support your position can be a complex process. An experienced specialist can guide you through the examination and appeals process and help you determine an effective resolution for the case.
What are potential IRS audit risk areas?
Without proper due diligence, business owners can find themselves in sticky situations. Compliance is important in every aspect of business, but it’s especially important to pay attention to the current issues that the IRS has in focus.
The items below provide a checklist to help identify whether you or your business might be at risk for one—or more—of the IRS high probability audit situations for this year.
How can I get help with my tax debt?
Many people end up turning to the one person they trust regarding taxes: their accountant. This is especially true if a long-standing and close relationship with their CPA has already been established.
Your CPA, paired with an IRS Dispute Resolution and Collections team, can be a powerful combination when you are dealing with a delinquent tax problem.
Pairing your CPA with a team of professionals that specialize in IRS Dispute Resolution and Collections work will help:
Bank Account Levy Release | Wage Garnishment Release | Accounts Receivable Levy Release
Discharge | Withdrawal | Subordination
Currently Not Collectible | Partial Pay Installment Agreement | Streamline Installment Agreement | Agreements Base on Client’s Financial Information Analysis
Tax Relief & Reduction
Tax Relief & Reduction
Penalty Abatement | Offer in Compromise | Innocent Spouse | Injured Spouse | Collection Statute Expiration
IRS Revenue Agent Examination/Audit Assistance | Correspondence/Mail Examination Assistance
Trust Fund Recovery Taxes | State & Local Taxes | International Taxes | Tax Planning | Tax Credits | Non-Profit Tax Issues | Tax Research | Tax Court
Our professionals have experience advocating for clients in front of the IRS. Our team consists of attorneys, CPAs and Enrolled Agents. Some of our professionals are former IRS employees. We know how to help tell your story so the IRS sees your position clearly and can make the correct determinations. You can face the IRS with confidence knowing you have trusted tax advice from an experienced team.
In our IRS Frequently Asked Questions series, we dive deeper into the frequently asked questions that may come up when dealing with IRS issues.
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Partner/IRS Tax Controversy Practice Leader
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