It’s essential to secure representation from a tax professional if your business has received an IRS audit notice. Even if you feel confident that your company has paid your taxes accurately and is not at fault, the auditor may have a trick up his sleeve. IRS auditors are trained to encourage taxpayers to divulge more financial information than is legally required so they can find reasons to collect more money. Don’t let this happen to you! The average business owner is no match for an IRS auditor so contact us for assistance with your tax audit and we’ll make sure you get fair representation and the best possible outcome at your audit.
Help With IRS Audits
When defending an IRS audit, not all tax professionals are adequately qualified to represent you. Some CPAs or accountants dabble in tax resolution and may work on a few audits a year, but don’t possess the experience and expertise needed to successfully navigate your particular case. At William McConnaughy, CPA, we specialize in all forms of tax problem resolution with an emphasis on IRS audit representation so we know how to deal with the IRS. We’ve helped many businesses get through an IRS audit with minimal financial consequences. And if your business does end up owing some back taxes, we can find ways to reduce tax penalties and arrange for an affordable payment plan.
Has Your Business Received an Audit Notice?
If the IRS has flagged your business for an audit, you might be wondering why you’re being audited and aren’t sure what to expect. When you enlist our assistance, we’ll be by your side throughout the process to answer questions and resolve any tax problems quickly. Call us now at 916-979-7645 or request a free consultation through our website.
What You Need to Provide
- Your audit notice from the IRS
- Any information document requests
- A copy of the tax return in question
- Your business returns from 2 years prior