Audits can happen to any taxpayer. Should the IRS send you a tax audit letter, bring it to us. We can help, whether it’s simply submitting missing tax documents, or representing you in front of an IRS examiner.

An IRS Audit can be a frightening experience. We’ll help you understand what the IRS or other taxing authority is requiring from you, and will assist you in preparing an audit response.

We'll help with your IRS tax audit by:

• Reviewing the tax authority notice or inquiry and explaining what it means.

• Researching issues involved.

• Assisting you in assembling documents and records for the tax audit.

• Reviewing the tax audit findings and explaining them to you.

• Explaining the appeal process and other options available to you in the event that you disagree with the tax authority's findings

For an added fee, one of our licensed and highly trained Enrolled Agents will represent you and communicate with the taxing authority on your behalf in an audit proceeding.

We represent low income taxpayers in front of the Internal Revenue Service, assist taxpayers in audits, appeals and collection disputes, and can help taxpayers respond to IRS notices and correct account problems.

Our team has extensive experience representing both individual and business clients in front of the IRS. We can provide you the protection you need and require.

The IRS has their team of Revenue Officers, Revenue Agents, and Special Agents highly trained in all aspects of the Internal Revenue Code. You should have your own team of highly trained experts to represent you.

Without proper representation, you could end up paying more than you have to. In extreme cases, you could even be subject to criminal charges.

Tax Representation can help you:

• Save Your Paycheck & Protect Your Bank Account

• File Your Delinquent Tax Returns

• Defend Income Tax Audits

• End IRS Harassment

• Settle Your Tax Debt

Before the IRS performs their audit of your records, we will perform our preliminary in-house audit in order to anticipate problems that the IRS mayfind. We will thendevelop strategies to mitigate and contain them.

All new clients will receive a free reviewof their prior year's returns. All information exchanged will be kept strictly confidential.

Whether you are an individual, corporation, partnership, or a non-profit organization, we can provide you with the tax representation services needed to resolve your IRS tax dispute.

Contact us at (561) 123-1234.


Call Us Now!

(561) 123-1234



Call Us Now (561) 123-1234