If the IRS sees a red flag regarding your personal or business tax
return, you may be audited. An audit letter will inform you of the
issues identified by the IRS and request documentation to determine
whether your income and deductions are correct. We can monitor the audit
to ensure that your rights are protected from the initiation through the
completion of the audit.
If you get a notice of an audit, DO NOT TALK TO THE IRS without FIRST
contacting a skilled tax attorney. At The Barrister Group, L.C., we
are experienced in representing clients facing an audit before the IRS.
At the IRS informational meeting, the IRS will seek miscellaneous
background information about your business or personal situation. This
informational meeting should not reach the question of why there is an
audit and the IRS should never ask you about specific issues to which
the audit is directed. Our lawyers can appear at this informational
meeting to ensure that your rights are protected during the IRS
investigation. The IRS may walk through your residence or business to
gather information about your assets. We will protect you at the IRS
informational meeting to ensure that the IRS does not over-step its
bounds and ask you questions it shouldn’t.
If you have been contacted by the IRS regarding an audit, you need to
speak with an experienced audit lawyer. Contact The Barrister Group,
L.C. to protect your business and assets against the IRS.