IRS & State Audit Representation

What is it?

If the IRS suspects any or all of your tax return is inaccurate, the IRS and/or your state department of taxation can opt to review it for accuracy. This is called a tax audit, and it is a rigorous process.

How does it work?

Nobody likes being audited! Unfortunately, many individuals still have to deal with it, and many of them respond in the most ineffective way possible: ignoring it. The problem will not go away on its own, and the longer you wait, the worse it will become. IRS audits are the process of calculating all of your tax liabilities, including all penalties and interest. If this is happening to you, seek help right away! Our team can represent you throughout the entire audit process.

You might be wondering whether or not hiring someone to help you with your tax audit is necessary. It isn’t, BUT it is typically not advisable to do an audit on your own. Getting IRS and State audit representation will provide you with not just relief, but also help with:

  • Identifying the problems with the audit
  • Processing of papers and documentation
  • Negotiation of a plan for resolving a tax debt
  • Defending your rights as a taxpayer

If you’re looking for the right kind of representation, call ETS Tax Relief and get the help you need today!

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