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IRS And State Audit Representation

So you received a letter from the IRS…

Before you decide you must immediately comply with the amount the IRS says you owe, you may find it beneficial to call upon the expertise of Councilor, Buchanan & Mitchell. Our tax and accounting professionals have worked with the IRS and state and local authorities on behalf of hundreds of individuals and businesses, and can bring that experience to bear on your particular situation.

It is not unusual for the IRS to conduct audits of individuals and businesses simply to ensure the accuracy of the taxes they believe are due. But while an IRS audit may take taxpayers by surprise, causing dismay and anxiety, your decision to partner with an experienced tax professional can help you better understand whether a mistake has been made on your behalf…or on that of the IRS.

The representation services CBM offers taxpayers include:

  • Document review and organization
  • Understand your rights as a taxpayer
  • Serve as a communications proxy with the IRS
  • Negotiate the amount the IRS says you owe
  • Determine whether you qualify for an Offer in Compromise
  • Identify errors made by the IRS in determining the amount they claim you owe
  • Minimize penalties, if possible, so you don’t pay more than you need to
  • Assist with an installment agreement to help you manage additional payments owed to the IRS.

Getting a letter from the IRS or any taxing authority can be both an anxious and frustrating experience but it doesn’t have to be. Calling upon the expertise of the accounting and tax professionals at CBM can help you better understand your tax situation or liability and identify opportunities to structure the best financial arrangement possible.

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