If You Received An IRS Notice Would You Know What To Do?
You go to your mailbox, pull everything out looking for something more exciting than junk mail, and there it is … an envelope with the return address “Internal Revenue Service” on it.
Your heart starts to race, and you break out in a sweat. You open it and it’s a notice that the IRS is either questioning items on your tax return, or you’re going to be audited. Worse yet, you find out someone stole your identity, filed a tax return in your name, and collected a fraudulent refund!
You might wonder why you received the letter from the IRS in the first place since you have your tax returns prepared by a professional. The truth is anyone is subject to the scrutiny of the IRS for a variety of reasons.
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With our Audit Protection Plan we’ll protect you from ever having to deal with the tax authorities by yourself in case you get a notice from the IRS. And if you are ever summoned to meet with an IRS agent in person, we’ll attend on your behalf!
Without our Audit Protection Plan in place, receiving an audit notification will cost you anywhere from $3,500 to $10,000 and up to have a licensed tax professional defend you in an audit.
Here are the facts: The IRS sent out more than 9 million automated notices last year. When you receive a letter from the IRS, they will claim you owe them money or claim you didn’t report something properly, which YOU will have to defend, unless we are there on your behalf. What will you do??
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