Miami + Best IRS/Sales Tax Audit Representation, Defense, Appeals + Former IRS

We are an Affordable  local tax firm that specializes in IRS/Sales Tax defense.

As former IRS agents we worked out of the local South Florida offices.

Since 1982 and A+ rated, we are the affordable choice.

 

We are a local South Florida firm specializing in federal and state tax defense. we have over 100 years of direct government work experience in the local South Florida offices. since 1982, we are A+ rated by the  Better Business Bureau and have worked thousands of cases since 1982.

Call us for free tax consultation and speak to the person whole be directly working your case.

 

If you are undergoing an IRS or sales tax audit only makes sense to hire former government agents who know the system

IRS audits less than one half of 1% of all the taxpayers in the United States.

If you have received an IRS notice of a pending IRS audit do not get intimidated, we know the system and there’s nothing to be intimidated about. Because we know the system, we cannot be bullied by the Internal Revenue Service.

We worked as audit agents, audit managers, audit teaching instructors and appellate agents, we know all of the IRS audit techniques and systems flat-out.

We also specialize in IRS and State Tax Debt. Since 1982, A plus rated by the BBB.

Whether it’s a personal income tax audit, business tax audit or corporate tax audit, opening that IRS letter and finding out that IRS is going to look into your financial life is a bit scary.

You can prevent all the worry anxiety by calling us today as former IRS agents, audit managers, revenue agents, appellate agents we understand all the IRS systems and methodologies to get you through any of these problems worry free.

As former IRS agents I can tell you people came in our offices trembling and there was nothing you could do to calm them down. The fear was overwhelming.

At the end of the day, many taxpayers feel they have things to hide her skeletons in their closet and an IRS auditor with the spyglass is going on cover some financial secret goings on in the lives of taxpayers.

While this is true it’s important to remember that IRS is just questioning things about your tax return that seem to be out-of-place and not normal.

IRS always wants to keep a check and balance of these four items. Income reported on tax return, total deposits on a bank statements for a year, cost-of-living, and a current financial statement. All those things should have a balance to them.

IRS has what’s called the DIF grading system scoring system that generally determines what tax returns will be pulled for audits.

Knowing the formulas of IRS audit algorithm’s are like knowing the formula for Coca-Cola.

After working for the Internal Revenue Service and with all our staff experience of over 100 years we have a real good idea what the IRS audit triggers are.

 

The benefits of using former IRS agents is very simple.

 

We can minimize the current damage if any that may occur as a result of your current audit and keep you almost audit proof moving forward.

One of the important factors is presenting a taxpayer defense during a tax audit. We know all the various defenses available to assure you will not be hammered by the IRS. Also, we can help minimize any penalties and interest that IRS may tack on as a result of the tax audit.

We can also go to appeals if necessary and defend you through the entire IRS audit process.

There are systems and methods that we know that we can put in place to safeguard any future audits.

 

The IRS/Sales Tax Audit:

IRS starts all audits with basic information and items they are looking for.

Agents have the ability to dig further if they find discrepancies or start sniffing with audit trails that can lead other places.

The problems with an IRS audit is IRS can be asking for one year and decide to go back two years or maybe for a year so the general taxpayer has no idea where this audit is going to end up. Many times a tax professional can prevent this.

One of the big tips I can tell taxpayers going into a tax audit yes have everything neat and organized. If you don’t have some of the records put a package together reconstruction that is believable. even though you don’t have your tax records you are allowed to reconstruct.

Being a former IRS agent I can tell you the best thing you can do if you have any skeletons in your closet whatsoever is turn this over to a tax professional.

If your tax records are clean you should do this yourself and save the money but if anything whatsoever is hidden, or you don’t want to be discovered you better hire someone who has plenty of IRS experience.

We know the system inside and out.

 

Miami + Best IRS/Sales Tax Audit Representation, Defense, Appeals + Former IRS