Don’t Ignore the Audit Letter from the IRS
If you have been selected for an audit, the IRS will notify you through a phone call or mail. When this happens, you may be tempted to ignore the notice and wish the audit away. Failure to comply with IRS’ requests will result in a bigger IRS tax levy and this just adds to your IRS tax problems.
Why Choose Karla Dennis And Associates Inc. ™ for Audit Representation
Hiring a tax professional for IRS tax audit help is the best form of audit defense. Those who choose to represent themselves do so hoping to save money but they usually end up making costly errors during the interview process as they are not familiar with the IRS audit techniques.
IRS agents are trained to get more information from audit candidates than what the candidates are legally obliged to provide and this can put you or your business in even more trouble. IRS agents know that people fear them and that most people are not aware of their rights when it comes to IRS audits and they use this to their advantage.
The experienced audit representatives at Karla Dennis And Associates Inc. ™ provide you and your business with the professionalism and protection that you deserve when dealing with auditors from the IRS. In fact, our clients hardly get to talk to IRS auditors. We handle all the communications and tax defense on your behalf and this way you don’t have to waste valuable company time dealing with the bureaucracy of an IRS audit. All you have to do is forward the IRS audit notification to us and we will take it from there to ensure you get IRS tax debt relief.
Here is a review of why our audit representation services are the best in the region:
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