There are three scenarios that will cause the IRS to send a notice. All of them involve issues over how much a person has paid and how much the IRS thinks they should have paid.
I can't think of a business in America that welcomes an IRS audit with open arms; for most, it is a highly stressful and worrisome time.
But I can share some commonsense steps, gleaned from my time as Commissioner of Internal Revenue, which small and medium-sized businesses should take if served with an audit notice to make the process as easy as possible.
As I announced yesterday, over the last 8 months I have been working on a book with some Americas Premiere Law Experts from all around the country. In the process of writing this book, we all agreed to share with you the vital information needed to Protect and Defend your family, your business and your money.
STOP AND THINK! Do you know what legal steps you need to take to safeguard... Your family? Your business? Your money? Maybe you were caught in a car accident where you're not sure of your rights, or you're looking for a lifetime of legal protection for your company, your family or your wealth. Whatever the case, you need to know what it takes to protect your rights and defend you and your loved ones from unforeseen legal threats.