the event you receive a notice from The Internal Revenue Service,
Federal Tax Board, EDD or Board of Equalization requesting
an audit, and we did your filings, we stand behind our work
one hundred percent and will represent you at any and all
audits or hearings required. If we did not do the work for
you, we can still help you with an audit.
We’ll review your filings to insure there are no obvious
errors. We’ll talk with the agency ordering the audit
to insure we have the necessary documentation. If we find
errors or omissions we’ll take steps to correct them
by filing amended returns, adjusting your record keeping procedures
or whatever we deem necessary to correct any problems we encounter.
We’ll be ready to represent you at the audit.
The IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 allows federally
authorized practitioners a limited client privilege which
allows confidentiality between the taxpayer and the Enrolled
Agent under certain conditions. This privilege applies to
situations where the taxpayer is being represented in cases
involving audits and collections.
If you’ve received notice of an audit, don’t
hesitate to contact us to schedule