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Do you need Tax Audit Representation? If you need a tax debt relief service or tax attorney representation to help you resolve any state or federal tax audit with the IRS.

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Audit Representation

  • Have you been audited by the IRS?
  • Has the IRS or State requested to audit your tax returns?
  • Do you have representation? Do you have someone who can fight for you?

Remember with the IRS there is no such thing as "innocent until proven guilty"! The burden of proof is always on the taxpayer. Don’t go it alone! Let our Tax Attorneys, CPA’s and representatives handle your case.

Understanding the audit process is essential to knowing how to reply to the IRS in an audit and how to request an Appeal of your findings. Remember this- the IRS auditor's findings are not fina l. You can appeal these findings within the IRS or in the Court system if you are timely with your Appeal .

Leading Provider of Tax Relief

Tax Debt Relief services representatives are comprised of Revenue Officers, CPA's, Enrolled Agents, Tax Consultants and Tax Account Executives. Our Mission is to provide you with the most comprehensive, thorough and effective tax resolution options and implementation based on your unique situation.

Tax Relief is meant to bring "relief" to the burden of owing taxes and is done through detailed analysis of both the information from all taxing authorities and the individual financial condition of the client.


We Know the Tax Code!

We know what the IRS will accept; and what they will not. We understand how the IRS operates and what units of the IRS are handling your case and the most efficient way to deal with them; as well has the best path to take in obtaining a resolution for your issue.
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Tax Audit Representation

Have you been audited by the IRS?

Has the IRS or State requested to audit your tax returns?
Do you have representation?
Do you have someone who can fight for you?

Don't go it alone! Let Tax Attorneys, CPA's and representatives who know and understand the IRS handle your case.
Understanding the audit process is essential to knowing how to reply to the IRS in an audit and how to request an Appeal of your findings.
Every taxpayer's circumstances are different. We get some clients better results than others. Although we cannot guarantee a specific result, we have obtained great results for many people!

Relax. We get the IRS
off your back.

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  • Stop IRS bank levies & property seizures
  • Settle your tax debt for a fraction of what is owed
  • Arrange an affordable payment plan
  • File your back tax returns
  • Never meet or talk to the IRS again
Let our Team help you get your life
back into balance today!
Tax Relief For Individuals
  • We bring balance back into your life!
  • We know the tax code!
  • We understand how the IRS operates
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Tax Relief For Businesses
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The IRS has many ways to examine you including (in order of their intrusiveness and severity):

  • Correspondence Audits= mail audits including underreporter audits (i.e. CP2000 letter), substitute for return (i.e. "SFR"- where the IRS files a return for a taxpayer), and specific item audits (by a Tax Auditor, Tax Examiner, Compliance Officer or other similar name) on a filed return (timely or late filed)
  • Office Audits- usually conducted by a Tax Examiner or Tax Auditor or other similar titled individual- this is usually limited to a small income probe (maybe one indirect method of income verification- i.e. a bank deposit analysis) and verification of one to three deductions.
  • Field Examination- this is an examination by a Revenue Agent on an individual, a business or a combination of both

The biggest difference is that item #1 and #2 above is the IRS examining the tax return; item #3- the Field Examination is not an examination of your tax return- it is an examination of the TAXPAYER.

All three examinations are serious. However, we have rarely seen correspondence and office audits lead to criminal investigations. However, the goal of the Revenue Agent is to ultimately have a "fraud referral."

Anyone under examination or has a tax return that needs review for any potential examination, will need to consult a competent tax professional. IRS Audits are serious- especially if the person calling or at the bottom of the letter is titled "Revenue Agent."