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If you take mileage as a deduction on your income tax return, the IRS audit tip below may help you.  Many individuals will claim mileage as a non-reimbursed employee expense on Form 2106, or if self-employed, on a Schedule C, or the deduction may even be stated on another business income tax return.  Most individuals...
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Taxpayers may receive a IRS Supporting Document Request from the Internal Revenue Service requesting supporting documents for certain items, issues or positions taken on a tax return.  Common issues of which the IRS would request a taxpayer support could be IRS Filing Status.  For example, if a taxpayer filed head of household, the IRS may...
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If you are being audited by the IRS, the IRS may request that you sign Form 872, which extends the amount of time the IRS has to assess you additional tax.  In essence, you are agreeing to extend the statute of limitations the IRS has to assess you additional tax.  Whether or not you agree to...
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A tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm can assist you if you receive a Notice of Deficiency (sometimes called a CP 2000)from the Internal Revenue Service. The video below has been prepared to provide general information regarding an IRS Notice of Deficiency.  Please contact our law firm with any questions.
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An IRS tax audit can be frustrating, confusing and scary! ¬†You may be picked for audit at random, or maybe an item or multiple items on your return “red flagged” the tax return for audit. ¬†The video below has been prepared by an attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to provide information regarding tax audits....
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