MeredithCPAs specializes in IRS audits. We represent taxpayers before the collections and examination divisions of the IRS and state tax agencies.
There is no charge for an initial consultation. Whether you choose a face to face meeting at our office or a telephone consultation, you will speak directly with an experienced CPA who will provide you with a free, confidential consultation. We will ensure that your rights as a taxpayer are respected by the IRS. And by having us as your representative, you will no longer have to deal directly with the IRS.
Finding a letter from the IRS in your mailbox can ruin your day. There are several different types of IRS letters and not all of them are bad. However, the IRS audit letter is probably one of the worst. It is wise to engage an experienced tax accountant when you receive an IRS audit notice because many IRS notices are incorrect. Taxpayers often pay additional taxes fearing a full-blown IRS audit if they question a notice. An experienced tax accountant can help you navigate the complexities and resolve the issue quickly. We can review the IRS notice and decide if professional services are required, or if you can easily handle the matter yourself.
One of the best ways to avoid an IRS or State audit is to have a competently prepared tax return. Tax returns that contain obvious errors, extraneous or inconsistent information are much more likely to be selected for audit. There are five types of IRS tax audits. Each type of audit requires a different type of response. It’s important to understand the different types. More information about the types of IRS notices, audits and collection actions are explained in more detail below.
While our office is located in the Dallas, Texas mid-cities area, we serve clients in almost all 50 states and have clients located in many areas around the world. All aspects of tax representation can be handled easily via phone, fax, mail and e-mail.
Please contact us for an appointment. There is never a charge for your initial consultation for your IRS audit or any other tax problem.