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The Audit Process

When businesses are audited by the Internal Revenue Service, owners and managers may be understandably concerned for the well-being of their company. While an audit can be a serious matter, it may also simply be a request for completed forms or missing documents. In order to address this important process, it is imperative to retain the services of an experienced tax professional.

At the Tax Relief Law Center, our attorneys have experience with all types of tax related issues. If you or someone you know has been selected for an audit, do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. By filling out the form at the top of the page, your information will be sent directly to our office and an understanding attorney will contact you shortly.

Information on Audits

An audit is designed to verify the financial information submitted to the IRS. Often, a business will be asked to submit proof of certain financial transactions to their local IRS office. These will be reviewed and searched for evidence of unreported income or unnecessary deductions.

If the audit is scheduled at the business’ office, the suspicion of unlawful tax reports may be higher. In order to ensure compliance of all tax laws, the business will be thoroughly reviewed. Any discrepancies or hidden income may be grounds for fraud charges. In order to avoid these damaging accusations, contact a tax professional at the first audit request.

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If you or someone you know has been contacted by the IRS for an audit, do not hesitate to contact the experienced and knowledgeable tax relief attorneys of the Tax Relief Law Center. Fill out the form at the top of the page to receive a call or email from one of our qualified lawyers today.