Tag: Audit

6
Dec

Understanding the IRS Collection Process (Part 4)

By: Margaret Fichtner This is the last entry in our 4-part series of understanding the lifecycle of a tax controversy. In Parts 1, 2 & 3 we discussed an overview of a controversy, understanding the audit process, and also the appeals process. In this 4th and final entry we will discuss what happens after a taxpayer files their Tax Return

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27
Nov

Introduction to IRS Appeals and the U.S. Tax Court (Part 3)

By: Michael J. Tedesco, Esq. Introduction to IRS Appeals IRS Appeals is a separate branch of the IRS, whose purpose is to resolve tax controversies between the IRS and taxpayers through an informal, administrative process, fairly and impartially, without litigation. IRS Appeals has substantive experts in many of the same areas as the IRS (i.e. designated personnel who deal only

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13
Nov

Understanding Audit, Issues and Strategies (Part 2)

By: Heather L. Marello, Esq. Types of Audits Pursuant to the IRS Data Book, during calendar year 2016, the IRS audited almost 1.1 million tax returns, or 0.5% of all returns filed.  A representative never can (or should) predict to a client whether his or her return will be selected for audit, as a number of factors can cause the

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7
Nov

The Lifecycle of a Tax Controversy (Part 1)

By: Michael J. Tedesco, Esq. We find that accountants and taxpayers are often unfamiliar with certain aspects of the typical tax controversy (i.e. how a tax matter moves through assessment, Tax Court/Appeals and Collections). We have put together a series of articles moving through “The Lifecycle of a Tax Controversy”. What follows is the first part of what will be

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