An IRS audit of your individual tax return is stressful, time consuming and intrusive. Generally, the revenue agent will want to begin the audit by interviewing the taxpayer. This interview can cause a lot of problems especially if the revenue agent later determines that certain answers were false or non-responsive.
The revenue agent is trained to handle these interviews in an intimidating fashion and with the objective of having you concede to mistakes on the returns. You do not want to find yourself in this situation. My experience in dealing with revenue agents means that you won't have to be interviewed. The interview process can be the most sensitive part of the audit investigation and my representation will ensure that you will not have to be interviewed.
Ineffective representation of an IRS audit will likely result in a significant increase in tax due as well penalties and interest. In certain situations the IRS revenue agents will refer your case for a criminal investigation and prosecution.
You owe it to yourself to have this matter handled with the utmost care by a skilled tax attorney. Tax attorney Robert Leonard has significant experience with representing individuals at IRS audits. His private practice focuses on representing taxpayers in complex IRS audits.
If the matters at issue cannot be satisfactorily resolved at the audit level then the taxpayer has the right to appeal the revenue agent's report. Mr. Leonard has a proven track record at the IRS appeals level.
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If your individual income tax return has been selected for audit examination, call Robert T. Leonard directly at the Law Offices of Robert T. Leonard at 818-224-7935 or toll free at 888-408-9486, or fill out the online form on this website for a free, confidential, initial case consultation. We will review your case and your options with their respective benefits and drawbacks, and any alternatives to the legal process that you may have. My office accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover as payment.