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December 2014 Archives

A tax audit could follow divorce

In a previous post we some factors that when present could prompt the Internal Revenue Service to conduct an audit. There are multiple other factors other than the ones we discussed in that post. One of them is divorce.

Enforcement of nonresident income tax on the rise

In most cases individuals who run into tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service do not get to that place on purpose. Instead inaccuracies in a tax return are the result of a misunderstanding of how something in the tax system works. A situation where a lot of confusion exists concerns nonresident income taxes.

Do you know how to handle a sales audit?

There are many things that small business owners in the state of California need to be aware of to run a successful business. While the main focus for most is of course to make a profit, it is important to not lose sight of peripheral matters that could arise. One of those matters is a sales and use tax audit.

What is an IRS correspondence audit?

Over the past decade or so the Internal Revenue Service has increased its reliance on correspondence audits and expects to continue to expand its use of these examinations. When many people think of an IRS tax audit, they likely conjure images in their minds of a stark office with ample desktop space for an examiner to lay out forms and receipts for review alongside a ten-key machine. While office audits and examinations in the field continue to occur, the IRS is increasingly using the mail to conduct audits.

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