Why do you need Allen Barron for an IRS audit or if you’ve received a letter from the IRS? If you have received a letter from the IRS be cautious. Letters appearing to be simple informational requests are a favorite tactic used by IRS revenue officers. The IRS knows that most US taxpayers want to appear honest. They also know that a taxpayer tends to provide far too much information in response to these IRS inquiries. The IRS auditor (revenue officer) will use all the information you provided against you to increase the amount of taxes you will ultimately owe.
Most taxpayers are not aware that the “tone” of the IRS audit will have a significant impact on the outcome. Allen Barron’s IRS tax attorneys will handle all communications with the IRS on your behalf. This takes a substantial amount of the weight off of our client’s shoulders. It also ensures that the IRS only receives the specific information it requires and is entitled to by US law and the tax code. Allen Barron’s IRS audit attorneys represent you professionally but firmly. The IRS auditor has a strategy for your audit. They also have a plan and a goal “objective” – meaning the amount of money they want you to pay at the end of the audit.
You need Allen Barron for an IRS audit to limit or eliminate your financial and legal exposure. Many IRS audits open the door for criminal prosecution. US taxpayers are not aware that the IRS refers many audits to the IRS Criminal Investigation Division when they suspect you have not fully reported income or have misrepresented facts. Failing to include every W-2, 1099, K-1 or other tax form is an easy and automated check from the IRS’ point of view. We eliminate these risks by determining the hidden objective(s) of the IRS and the underlying strategy of the audit.
There is an immediate opportunity to appeal any findings or the Notice of Determination of the IRS auditor. This appeal is limited to the information contained within the “file” of your audit. We work to ensure audit remains open until the file contains all relevant information required to appeal the auditor’s findings and lower or eliminate any resulting bill.
Why do you need Allen Barron for an IRS audit or if you’ve received a letter from the IRS? Peace of mind, reduced exposure to new taxes and criminal exposure and a managed audit process that limits the IRS’ ability to expand the scope and expense of your audit. If you have received a letter from the IRS or a notification of an IRS audit we invite you to contact us for a free consultation at 866-631-3470.