Without a doubt, IRS tax audits are the scariest part of the tax-filing process. You’re probably thinking, “What if I make mistakes on my taxes”? Or maybe, “What if the IRS seizes my property”? You could even be worried about going to jail!
The number of questions and fears is endless when people think about taxes. The good news is that we have the answers to all your questions. We know how to handle even the toughest situations.
We’ll squash all the myths surrounding your questions about IRS Audits and make sure you’re confident in your filing status and feel ready to take on tax season!
In this article, we discuss common features of tax software that help protect your from an audit, as well as their advantages and disadvantages.
If you have received a letter stating that the IRS is disputing your itemized deductions, what should you do next? Read on for more information.
Receiving an Underrporter Notice does not mean you are in trouble. Let’s take a look at what you should do if you receive a CP2000 Notice after filing your tax return.
Taxpayers often increase their charitable donations right before the end of the year. If you are claiming a charitable contribution deduction, it is essential to be aware of the acknowledgment rules.
When you receive a notice from the IRS, you jump to attention and begin to remedy the situation. Here’s a look at some messages from the IRS that you should never ignore and how to spot a scam.
One of the most dreaded moments that is feared by Americans of all walks of life is the IRS audit. Here’s what you can expect from the IRS throughout the audit process.
For an American, few phrases inspire instant anxiety quite as effectively as “IRS audit”. Let’s take a look at when you should reach out to a tax audit lawyer after receiving an audit notice.
An IRS audit investigates the accounts and financial documents of a business or individual to verify that they have filed the correct tax returns.
At Silver Tax Group, we know how daunting an audit can seem daunting for a small business. Here are some steps to take if the IRS comes knocking.
Just the idea of an IRS audit is stressful, and if you think you’re going to be audited you may make mistakes. Leave the worrying to us!