Receiving an IRS audit letter can be a very intimidating and dreadful experience, but don’t worry — you’re not alone! Your best course of action would be to respond to the letter immediately. Ask for more time to gather the necessary paperwork and information. Accurately provide the information requested by the IRS. The IRS and most states allow taxpayers to have an authorized representative. Whether you accidentally withheld payment from the IRS or not doesn’t matter.
Having the representation of a qualified individual for an IRS audit demonstrates your willingness to try to fix the tax problem at hand.
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