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If I Get Audited By The IRS, Should I Represent Myself?

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Education & Training with Apex Tax Defense LLC

I focus my practice on tax resolution, representing taxpayers in Colorado, Florida, Texas, New York, California and elsewhere. There are millions of taxpayers that run into IRS trouble, and many that get audited. But what if you don't want to deal directly with them?

The great thing is, you DO NOT HAVE TO TALK TO THEM. As a matter of fact, going or talking to the auditor yourself is the WORST thing you can do!

The Taxpayer Bill of Rights allows you to be represented by a qualified practitioner who can answer questions for you and provide documentation to the IRS. Many taxpayers attempt to handle their own audit or hire the person who prepared the tax return to handle it for them. The reason this usually doesn't work out is because most tax return preparers do not handle IRS audits on a frequent basis. The IRS can easliy intimidate them, which usually results in an unfavorable outcome. 

If you or someone you know has back taxes to deal with, don't hesitate to contact us immediately at 303-499-2700 or by email at mmoran@apextaxdefense.com.

 

Michael Moran, CEO, EA

Apex Tax Defense LLC

825 S Broadway Boulder, CO 80305

Phone: 303-499-2700 Fax: 888-478-7627

mmoran@apextaxdefense.com

www.apextaxdefense.com