June 9, 2011
IRS audits are typically performed by Internal Revenue Service agents or examiners. Audits often include in-person meetings, written correspondence, and other contacts. The typical examiner has spent years investigating the financial affairs of taxpayers. Therefore, when a person becomes the subject of an audit, it is important to have an attorney on board who is experienced in handled these matters and who is comfortable dealing with IRS representatives.
Because of her expertise and background in tax and bankruptcy, Mr. Beary will assist you in gathering the all of the substantiation required in an IRS audit and present your position to the examiner with the goal of having the audit closed quickly and favorably.
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