There are many reasons that a person can get flagged for an IRS audit. Mathematical errors made when preparing your tax return, forgetting to report a portion of your income or claiming too many charitable donations could make the IRS want to double check your numbers.
The idea of being audited by the IRS is scary for any taxpayer. If you’ve received an audit notice from the IRS and aren’t sure what to do next, contact us immediately. We can review your notice and explain what it means and what needs to be done now to adequately prepare. Then we’ll be with you every step of the way to tell you about what to expect throughout the process and help you locate and organize the documentation needed for the audit.
Representing yourself before the IRS is a bad idea. Remember, the auditor has done this many times before but you have no experience with tax audits. When you turn to Belbol & Associates for help with your federal tax audit the process is much more likely go smoothly. As highly qualified tax professionals we are able to anticipate any issues that could come up and prepare for them ahead of time. We are also keenly aware of how to answer their questions honestly but in a way that won’t raise any red flags. With our assistance you can minimize any taxes owed and get an overall better outcome.
Even if you’ve filed your tax returns on time each year and feel you’ve done nothing wrong, the IRS may find an unexpected error. Audits are sometimes random but usually the IRS specifically selects which taxpayers to audit. If they feel your return is likely to provide an opportunity to collect additional taxes they will come after you, so make sure you’re prepared. For audit help in the Bergen County, NJ area you can count on, call us at 201-523-9442 now.