IRS Audit Representation
I Received a Letter From the MN Department of Revenue
You go to your mailbox, pull everything out, and look for something more exciting than the usual bills and junk mail, and then you see it— an envelope with the return address “Internal Revenue Service” stamped on it. And this isn’t the one that has the clear window with your refund check showing through.
You might be wondering why you received this notice in the first place. Here’s the truth—even if you have a professional preparing your tax return, you are subject to being audited for a variety of reasons, one of them being you were selected at random.
How To PROTECT Yourself From The IRS
The fact is the letter the IRS sent you is claiming you owe them money, or claiming you didn’t report something properly, or claiming something you reported shouldn’t have been reported. It’s not a fact. They want to talk to you and ask you more questions; are you prepared to answer them? Or what if they say one or even several of your deductions were not allowed to be taken; are you prepared to tell them otherwise?
Even if the letter seems to be asking for something simple, you could damage your case without realizing it. We ask our clients to allow us to handle all of the contact with the tax authorities from start to finish, ensuring that the case is resolved as quickly and as early as possible. Under law, only a CPA, an attorney, or an enrolled agent (a person that has been accredited by the IRS), besides yourself, can legally represent you before the IRS. That's why having a seasoned tax advisor at your side, like those at ProsperLink Tax Group, is critical if the IRS comes knocking.
HAVE A CORPORATION OR PARTNERSHIP AND WANT THEM PROTECTED TOO?
We also offer the same protection for Corporations and Partnerships (Forms 1120, 1065).
Please call us for information on our customized business audit protection plans. You can sleep better tonight knowing you are protected from one of your biggest nightmares.