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IRS Audit
An IRS audit is a review or examination of an organization or individual's accounts and financial information to ensure that it is being reported accurately according to the tax laws. 

A business or individual can be selected for an IRS audit randomly, when documents do not match (such as a W-2 or 1099) or related examinations (a business partner or investor was audited and then the IRS audits you.)  When you are chosen for an IRS audit you will be notified via mail or by phone. 

If you are selected for an audit you have the following rights as a taxpayer.

  • To be treated professionally and courteously by the IRS employees.

  • To know why the IRS is requesting information, how the IRS will use your information and what will happen if you provide it.

  • You have the right to representation by oneself or an authorized representative.

  • You can appeal disagreements, with the IRS or through the court system.

An IRS audit can be concluded in one of three ways:
1.  No change- everything was substantiated and accurate
2.  Agreed- you agree to the IRS proposed changes
3.  Disagreed- you disagree with the proposed changes and then setup a conference with a manager to further review your case.

If you are facing an IRS audit, it is best not to go into it without professional help! 

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