Audit Representation FAQs
How do I survive an audit when I cheated on the return that is being audited or the prior or subsequent years?
What is an “egg shell” audit?
What is a Reverse Egg Shell Audit?
Why is a reverse “egg shell” audit so dangerous for a taxpayer?
Warning Signs of a Criminal Referral from an IRS Audit
What are effective criminal tax defense counsel’s goals in an egg shell audit?
What are the possible outcomes of an egg shell audit?
Do I have the right to know why I was selected for examination?
What can I do to prepare for an audit?
What is an IRS “civil examination”?
How does the IRS decide which tax returns are selected for an audit?
I disagree with the IRS’s audit conclusions. What are my appeal options?
What are My Basic Taxpayer Rights if the IRS Audits Me?
What options are available to me where I am unable to pay a deficiency, penalties and interest at the conclusion of an audit?
What is the significance of receiving a 30 day and 90 day letter following an audit?
What is involved with appealing disagreements, both within the IRS and before the courts?
Rights to Disagree with IRS Tax Auditor’s Findings
I have been audited several times in the recent past. Is there anyway to stop the IRS from repeatedly auditing me?
Can I have the examination transferred to another area?
Can I Record My IRS Interview and is it a Good Idea?
If the IRS discovers an error in a tax year under audit, will they look at other tax years? How many years worth of returns are at risk during an audit?
Common Reasons for the IRS to Conduct a Tax Audit
How to Avoid Negative Consequences from an IRS Interview
Do I have to submit to being interviewed by the taxing authority directly?
Are all audits the same or do they come in different flavors?
What Should I Do if the IRS is Investigating Me?
What will happen if I do not respond to the taxing authorities audit notice?
Your Rights During an IRS Tax Audit
Risks of Attending an IRS Audit with a Tax Lawyer
What is the most common audit technique applied by the taxing authorities?
Don’t Go into an IRS Audit without Representation
Why should I hire an attorney rather than any other type of tax professional to represent me in an audit before the IRS, Franchise Tax Board or State Board of Equalization?
Why should I hire The Tax Law Office of David W. Klasing to represent me in an audit before the IRS, Franchise Tax Board or State Board of Equalization?
How are the 4 goals and outcomes 1 and 2 (delineated above) best obtained?