IRS Audit Representation

Hate to use that scary word "AUDIT" but it is happening ever more frequently due to the advancement of computer technology. The IRS can audit you in several ways.

  1. Send you a computer audit known as a CP2000 with 30 days to respond.
  2. Send you a letter wanting the verification of certain deductions you took.
  3. Schedule a "face-to-face" audit of your returns.

The IRS is sending out almost 400,000 letter audit EACH MONTH. Although your chances of being the "lucky one" are still slim, you should know what to do if they contact you. You have rights and we know those rights you have.

  • Do you know your taxpayer bill of rights as granted to you by Congress?
  • Did you know that you can hire someone to represent you?
  • Did you know that you do not have to talk to the IRS if they contact you?
  • Did you know it is extremely difficult for the IRS to subpoena you?
  • Do you know how to respond properly to each type of audit possible?

Not anyone can represent you if needed! Attorneys, CPA's and Enrolled Agents can represent you if needed. Both Ron and I are Enrolled Agents. We take numerous classes each year for client representation services to stay informed of the ever changing rules and regulations and your appeal rights.

Do not hesitate to contact us anytime you have been contacted by "them".


Have you received a letter from the IRS? Contact our office to arrange a consultation to discuss your options before you respond!