Why Am I Being Audited By the IRS?
If you find yourself getting audited by the IRS, it’s because they looked at your return and calculated an approximate idea of what kind of deductions you qualify for. If the deductions you applied for differs greatly from the number they came up with, they see a problem and are more likely to audit you.
Tax law, like all law, is subject to interpretation. There is no such thing as a perfect tax return, and many people can convince the IRS that their deductions were in fact reasonable, if those people can enlist the help of the right IRS audit representation.
Mistakes Happen. Let us Help You With the IRS
The IRS conducts screenings of tax returns looking for obvious mistakes. If the number of deductions that you’ve applied for differs quite a bit from what they have approximated that you should be entitled to, you may get an audit.
The letter you received from the IRS will give you information about certain deductions that were disallowed, and other deductions that are being questioned and investigated further. If you feel like this is a mistake, or you’re worried about what an audit might mean for you or your business, you should contact legal counsel or a qualified tax specialist. We are happy to offer IRS audit representation.