How Does a Correspondence Audit Differ From a Face-to-Face One?
By Taxation Solutions, Inc. on 2016-10-02
Not every audit involves you pleading your case to a stern-faced government employee, as he or she digs through your financial paperwork looking for wrongdoing. In less severe cases, the IRS may subject you to a correspondence audit instead of a sit-down meeting with an IRS official. In this case, you may be asked to mail in documentation to support a claim you made on your tax return, or to correct an error via correspondence rather than in person. Correspondence audits are far more common than face-to-face audits.
Regardless of your situation, Taxation Solutions, Inc. is standing by to guide you through IRS audit proceedings. We can ensure that you submit the appropriate paperwork, in the case of correspondence audits. Alternatively, we can help you prepare for and speak on your behalf during in-person tax audits. Our goal is to secure the best possible outcome for your specific circumstances. We can even negotiate tax settlements, should the IRS audit not go your way.
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