WE KNOW YOUR TAX AUDIT RIGHTS
When someone receives that dreaded letter notifying you that your return has been selected for an audit most people fear going to jail. We have represented many clients in both personal and business tax audits. Even if you do not believe that you have done anything wrong or are unsure of why you are being audited, we don’t recommend that you attempt to represent yourself.
We will provide you the experience and professionalism when dealing with your IRS or State audit. For a personal audit it is important to understand that returns are usually selected for statistical reasons. By contacting us we are able to become a buffer between you and the IRS and/or State. If you have a business audit, it is important to understand your rights. Before you allow them to take computers, records, even enter your place of business. STOP!! Understand your rights.
By contacting Anthem Tax Services, we will go into the audit office for you and we will have your case prepared and positioned to give you the protection you deserve. We know your rights and you have nothing to fear. If paperwork is missing we will help you put together all the documentary evidence you will need to come out of your tax audit successfully. Also note, most audits can be made correspondence audits, so that there is no need to appear. That allows us to handle case across the nation regardless of your location.
You will not need to appear and we will represent you, prepare your case “water tight” and you can stop worrying about what will happen next. We will keep the IRS from ever speaking with you. This will help avoid you from saying something that might go against you. We will be your most important advisory. You can speak in confidence about your case with us. We are experts in resolving IRS and State audits. Do not go at it alone. Call Anthem Tax Services, speak to one of our Tax Consultants to better understand your rights.
The IRS can audit you for any year and determine that you owe additionally to what you had originally paid in. When you are audited for one year and inconsistencies are found, you typically will be audited for two more years. Handling an IRS audit on your own can lead to mixed results and is an extremely difficult task. At Anthem Tax Services, the attorney assigned to your case will go through all of your audit documentation, represent you before the IRS, and make sure you get the best result possible. When the audit is over, if it is determined that you have an additional tax due, your attorney will handle the rest of your case, reaching a tax resolution that you can afford.