IRS Audit Preparation & Assistance

Carolina Tax Resolutions provides IRS Audit Preparation, Assistance, and Defense

If you recently got a tax audit, Carolina Tax Resolutions can give you the tax help you need. The IRS acts independently and makes their own conclusions, typically not fully understanding or considering the reality of the taxpayer’s issues. The IRS’s primary mission is collecting your money and assets, regardless of the fact that you have bills to pay and may have a family to take care of. No taxpayer should face an audit conducted by the IRS without representation from a qualified, experienced tax professional.
 
If you do not agree with the outcome of the audit, you can submit a written formal protest within 30 days to negotiate with the IRS and possibly lower the amount of your tax debt. The procedure should not be done on your own due to the fact that it is extremely complicated. You must obtain a tax professional to handle this matter for you.
 
Most audit appeals are successful to some extent. Submitting the formal protest and filing the appeal not only holds the IRS off your case for a few months, but it may also help minimize the liabilities you have with them. This may be a huge relief of worry and stress. All appeals are handled by a different division within the IRS, which is known as the Appeals office. This means you most likely will not have to deal with the IRS agent who audited you initially; you will likely deal with the appeals officer only. This can be a benefit to the taxpayer since the appeals officer is not as familiar with your case as the agent who originally audited you. 
 
As stated above, you will require professional assistance in appealing an audit. Since this is a complicated procedure, you should choose who you want to represent you wisely. We have seen instances where a taxpayer hires a CPA to handle their IRS audit issues. The result of this is not highly successful simply because a CPA does not know all the rules and regulations of the IRS and are not as experienced as tax attorneys regarding the inner workings of the IRS. You should hire somebody who deals only with resolving taxpayers IRS issues on a daily basis. Carolina Tax Resolutions is ready to help, please contact us today.