Tax Questions Answered: November 2018

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Question: I just received a letter form the IRS informing me they want to audit my 2017 income tax return. I really didn’t need this right now. What should I do?  

Answer: First, take a deep breath knowing there is expert help available to you. As part of the IRS’s audit process they’ll ask you dozens of very innocent sounding questions, however many of these can be invasive as well as intrusive.  The answers to which can “seal” your fate with the IRS auditor. But there is a “right way” to answers these questions. The IRS’s mission is to determine the accuracy of your tax return and they will leave no stone unturned to accomplish this.  We have found that many taxpayers who decide to handle an IRS audit themselves wind up with a substantial bill owing the IRS thousands of dollars. Auditors are trained to obtain information from you that in a lot of cases is not required under the law. They get away with this because most people fear them and don’t know their rights.

Our clients generally NEVER meet or speak with the IRS. We handle everything for you so you don’t have to take time away from your job or business to deal with all of the IRS’s paperwork. Simply forward your audit letter to us and we’ll handle the rest.   Don’t let them walk all over you. We know the law.  We know your rights. We can help!

We at BottomLine Lawyers are experts in tax resolution and help taxpayers like you with their IRS Problems every day.

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