How to Survive a Tax Audit

Taxes, tax returns, tax audits and the IRS in general can often leave a person feeling intimidated and powerless. Most people are unfamiliar with tax laws, tax procedures and the even the process involved in filing a tax return correctly. Many people turn to accountants, CPAs, tax attorneys and other professionals as there is no other option. One of the most frightening moments for a taxpayer is when he or she is informed of an upcoming tax audit. Some may turn to their accountant to assist. We strongly advise you consult with a knowledgeable IRS tax relief lawyer at our firm who will not only be able to provide you with the aggressive representation you need but who can also invoke the extremely important, attorney-client privilege.

By having a Tampa IRS tax relief attorney on your side you will significantly improve your chances of surviving a tax audit without repercussions. As soon as you have been informed that the IRS intends on auditing your taxes, you need to contact Brian T. Loughrin Tax Attorney, and schedule an appointment so he can thoroughly review your tax situation and help you prepare the documentation needed. Should your tax records be out of order or not up to date, we will work with you closely to help reconstruct your records and assemble them in a manner the IRS will accept.

With more than 13 years experience representing clients throughout the Tampa area, we have the knowledge and experience you want defending you during an IRS tax audit. Should you be summoned to meet with the IRS, we will either be there right by your side or we will attend the meeting on your behalf. In either case, we will be able to use our knowledge of the tax code and IRS procedures to do everything possible to bring the matter to a close with a positive outcome.

If you are facing an IRS audit do not hesitate to contact our firm and schedule a consultation with a Tampa IRS tax relief attorney right away.

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