Posts Tagged ‘IRS Audits’

A CPA Firm for Lawyers

Over the last 23+ years we have served many attorneys at law firms in metro Atlanta. We have served personal injury lawyers, disability attorneys, general business attorneys, attorneys to do wills trust and estates, criminal lawyers and attorneys who are in general practice.

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Duluth/Norcross/Johns Creek CPA: Tax Tips to Have a Successful IRS Audit Experience

These basic tax tips will do much to ensure that you keep adequate books and records to support your business deductions as well as to ensure that you will have much of the documentation that an IRS agent will want to see during the performance of an audit. Being prepared is your best bet and it starts each and every day by keeping good books and records so that if the tax man cometh that you are prepared and ready to support the business expense...

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Atlanta Christian CPA Teaches How to Prepare for & Survive an IRS Audit

As we watch gifted athletes do what appear to be miraculous things on the field of play, we often fail to keep in mind the endless hours of preparation, practicing the basics and coordination that went into playing and excelling at such a level. For just as "failing to prepare, is preparing to fail" so it is with all walks of life. Most IRS audits, though they feel extremely personal, are predominantly a pure random selection. It is solely a matt...

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What to Do When You Get an IRS Audit

Let's face it when the IRS notice first arrives we all have the same initial reactions. Ouch! Yuk! Why me? There is good news out there but only if you know how the process works and understand its attendant nuances. The largest majority of all audits for truthful taxpayers is pure random selection. It is not based upon whether you file your return early or late, whether you file an extension or not, or even if you electronically file or by paper...

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Is the IRS Knocking at Your Door?

Do you remember the old car commercials of years back, when the auto mechanic would say "you can pay me a little bit now or more later". Though the commercial ran decades ago, I have never forgotten the axiom. Similarly, I believe the medical community as well as Benjamin Franklin who teaches us that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure". This is perhaps no truer than in the case of being sure that you both timely file and pay your in...

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Sample IRS Audit Letter in Anticipation of IRS Audit

When getting ready for an audit the first best call is to a well experienced CPA to ensure that both your rights but more importantly that you return is correct and prepared to best ensure your lowest legal possible tax. As a Body of Believers, though we are to submit to Authority, we are not required either by tax law or by our faith to pay more than our fair share and therefore just and legally liable tax obligation/bill.

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Atlanta CPA Provides Sample Cover Letter When Getting Ready to Prepare for an IRS Audit

When getting ready for an IRS audit it is good to start off the relationship with both the client and the IRS to build trust, confidence, availability and goal setting. As none of us in life will be able to do it all by ourselves, finding a CPA who has a proven track record of success in IRS Representation issues whether you are facing a lien, levy, IRS assessment, garnishment or readying to submit an Offer in Compromise is essential To that end ...

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Duluth/Gwinnett CPA: “Take the Stress out of an IRS Audit”

"IRS Audits are never a fun thing for a small business to go through but John Dillard CPA can take the stress out of such an audit. I've heard many good things about him and would highly recommend John."

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Duluth, GA/Gwinnett County CPA on Resolving Tax Issues with the IRS

Two basic tenants are at the center of most every tax issue. As U.S. citizen's law requires us, to pay our just and fair tax. Though we, while making the calculation of the tax itself to determine the determination of the actual tax amount owed, the responsibility to file and pay your just legal taxes is not voluntary and is required by law. Most tax issues that I have seen over the years while practicing as a CPA in Atlanta for almost thirty yea...

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Duluth/Gwinnett CPA: Providing Tax Resources to Gwinnett/Atlanta Business Owners

If you fail to plan, you are preparing to be surprised. Learn how you can get ready now for your year-end liability and survive the year-end tax preparation process.

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