When it comes to the taxes, most people have no idea what they’re doing.
During tax time, everyone runs to their favorite accountant or sits down in front of their tax software of choice with a shoe boxes full of crumpled up receipts and and pay stubs to file.
Unless you’re a tax accountant pro, it’s so easy to put a wrong number into your spreadsheet or lose track of an important pay stub or receipt that might turn out to be important down the line.
You have no idea how important that one mistake might be, until you find out that IRS is auditing you.
Now, you’ll need the pros on your side to help you out when you need it most. Thankfully, you can turn to IRS Audit Group for the help you need.
This dedicated team of Newport Beach-based tax lawyers works with clients nationwide to resolve their ongoing fight with the IRS. Their specialty is taking your side and providing guidance and leadership along the way during your audit.
For a flat, reasonable fee, IRS Audit Group’s tax lawyers will take the lead on your case, using their combined 15 years as tax professionals, CPA’s and enrolled agents to representing you during any state audits, making sure the job is done efficiently and effectively.
After a brief, free-of-charge consultation and two-day investigation into your tax background, the team will break down exactly what’s ahead for your case and what documentation you’ll need to help fight your case.
Unlike other firms, your IRS Audit Group team will never charge you hidden fees or charge by the hour and will not take the case if they feel there’s nothing they can do to help with your case. IRS Audit Group is all about honesty and transparency with their clients.
While other tax attorneys may not be willing or certified to help you, the IRS Audit Group’s Newport Beach tax attorney’s have experience fighting against the IRS, helping your odds of winning your case.
IRS Audit Group’s team have experience dealing with California businesses like the Board of Equalization’s, the Employment Development Departments (EDD), the Franchise Tax Board, individual income tax cases, business income tax cases, offshore accounts and Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR), tax penalty cases, employment tax cases, estate and gift tax cases, payroll tax cases and employees vs. Independent contractor classification cases.
First, your case needs to fall under one of three categories of audit types. Your case needs to be a state sales tax audit, state income tax audit or a state payroll tax audit.
No matter what audit you’re dealing with, it’s an incredibly complex process that can be tedious and overly-complicated for anyone who’s not a practiced tax attorney. No matter what type of audit you’re dealing with, you’re better off with IRS Audit Group on your side.
The first thing IRS Audit Group’s tax attorney’s can do, since the IRS is a federal agency, is transfer your audit to the IRS office in Los Angeles, California, moving much closer to the team of tax attorney’s in Newport Beach.
Once the case is transferred onto their home turf in the city of angels, they’ll set to work making sure you get the results you need.
Once you retain IRS Audit Group’s services, they’ll handle all direct communication with the IRS or state agency so you can focus on your life, your business and your finances.
Their team of tax professionals understands how daunting and intimidating communicating with the IRS can be during an audit and how vague and unhelpful the IRS can be when it comes to instructing people how to file their paperwork properly.
Instead of worrying about it endlessly, IRS Audit Group attorney’s lets you bypass all of that extra stress, leaving it in the hands of a team of experts who can do it all quickly and correctly, helping you avoid needless additional penalties.
The team handling your case will provide weekly updates on the status of your case, only needing you to provide the supporting documentation and what alternatives are possible if the proper documents are unavailable.
The team will even meet with the IRS or state tax attorneys, filing tax court petitions and appeals if necessary.
Your legal team will then ensure you get reasonable conclusion by working with you on the next step: coming to a compromise on your case.
Once the final report is released, your legal team will come to a compromise and help you with the next steps in moving past this audit.
If you’re found to owe the money by the audit, your legal team will file an Offer in Compromise (OIC), a program offered by the IRS to help individuals settle their tax debts for less than they were supposed to owe.
This program is the best possible option for those who end up on the losing end of a audit.
The process might seem simple on its surface, but your IRS Audit Group team of tax lawyers will be right by your side to make sure you don’t take a wrong step in the process.
For people who don’t qualify for the OIC program, your IRS Audit Group team is there for them to help decide their next step.
The IRS has two years to review, process and make a final decision on an individual’s OIC claim, which allows your legal team time to negotiate and break down their financial hardship to the IRS.
The options when it comes to dealing with your case are pretty simple.
You can deal with the stress and hassle of fighting against the IRS yourself, either going to tax court to represent yourself or hiring an expensive attorney charging you hundreds of dollars per hour who might not even have the expertise to fight against the IRS in court, or you can hire the IRS Audit Group team, who are prepared and ready to help anyone take on their pesky audit case, letting you put your troubles in the hands of the pros and kick your feet up after a hard days work and enjoy the confidence that a team of dedicated tax lawyers are fighting for your side.
With IRS Audit Group on your side, you’ve got nothing to worry about.