Find Tax Audit Representative
A strong tax audit defense is an essential key for companies under examination by the IRS. Critical auditing and legal documentation must be organized and presented by an authorized representative to ensure that businesses correctly correspond with Internal Revenue Services. Failure to employ an authorized tax representative can incur tax audit penalties. To help our clients avoid tax audit penalties, Karim Tax provides a comprehensive list of tax audit representation services. We offer highly specified certified public accountants who are extraordinarily committed to helping you protect your business and pass your tax audit. Our CPA’s will conduct a thorough analysis of your income tax report and develop a strategy tailored to suit your needs.
Why Did I Receive An IRS Tax Audit?
The IRS conducts tax audits to ensure information is reported correctly according to tax laws and to verify the reported amount of tax is correct. IRS examinations are not always implemented to suggest a problem. The IRS audits companies for several reasons: Random: Random tax audits are conducted based on a mathematical formula developed by the Internal Revenue Services. The IRS uses this program to update return selection information.
- Random: Random tax audits are conducted based on a mathematical formula developed by the Internal Revenue Services. The IRS uses this program to update return selection information.
- Data Entry Errors: Transferring information from one place to another can potentially lead to mistakes. Data entry mistakes can trigger a tax audit. Hiring a professional accountant to help you prepare and file your taxes can help you avoid potential tax audit penalties.
- Unreported Income: Failing to accurately report your income to the IRS can trigger a tax audit. Our tax representatives can help you prepare your income without losing sight of all opportunities for tax reductions.
- Overstating Deductions or Disproportionately High Deductions: A tax defense attorney can help you report all of your deductions without triggering an audit.
- Wrong Filing Status
- Claiming Income Credit
- Discrepancy Between Individual Taxpayer and Corporate Filing Tax Payer
What Can A Tax Audit Representative Do For Me
We have provided representation service for corporations, partnerships, sole proprietors, joint ventures, non-profits, and individuals. We understand that every business is different. Therefore we carefully assess each situation, to develop the best tax defense. As professional tax accountants in West Palm Beach, we have been settling disputes with the IRS for years. We are confident that we can help you with your tax audit. Our certified public accountants can help you in the following way:
- Act as a direct line of communication
- Identify which portion of your return is being audited
- Gather necessary documents
- Handle required paperwork
- Defend and appeal audit if applicable
- Eliminate or negotiate the amount of proposed debt
- Present an Offer in Compromise (OIC) or Installment Agreement
- Protect your companies tax rights
- Save you money by ensuring that you don’t pay more than you owe
When Should I Hire A Tax Audit Representative?
Once you receive a tax audit from the IRS, you should protect yourself with a tax audit representative. According to the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, taxpayers have the right to an authorized representative. Henceforth, If you have received an IRS examination letter, you’re best off contacting one of our professional tax audit representatives. If you have received any of the following tax notices from the IRS contact our local West Palm Beach tax representatives:
- Correspondence Audit: A correspondence audit refers to the request additional information to verify the accuracy or details of your tax return.
- Office Audit: An office audit refers to the in-person interview with an IRS manager to process your audit. To avoid making statements that can be used against you, it’s highly advisable to consult with a tax CAP before you attend the interview
- 3 Field Audit: IRS agents will visit you at home or business. They may ask to see things that related to the tax you’ve reported
- Random Audit: Tax returns can be randomly selected to audit. Random audits are selected without any particular reason. The IRS auditor will review the entire tax return to make sure the information entered correctly