Audit, Balance Due, Tax Assessment, Levy, Lien
Nothing strikes fear in a person like receiving an IRS letter. The first thing you can expect is spending a significant amount of time gathering mounds of records substantiating each item reported on your tax document the IRS deemed incorrect. The second challenge is trying to understand or decipher what is required of you. The Internal Revenue Service’s maze of information is very difficult and timely to understand and can be problematic if the required actions are not taken correctly.
Many taxpayers may decide to try to resolve an IRS matter themselves to avoid a representative’s fee; however, unfortunately, this could result in an even larger amount owed to the IRS. The IRS is very diligent in its mission to determine the accuracy of what they determined to be an error. If you don’t comply, the IRS will recalculate your taxes without your input, and you might end up with a hefty tax bill that could have and should have been avoided.
What we do
The IRS is trained to extract more information from you than you are legally obligated to provide. PE CPA will make sure the IRS knows you are being represented by an expert whose job it is to protect your rights. As a result, your fear of the IRS will not be used against you. Our clients never have to talk with the IRS. PE CPA handles it all for you.