Key Take Away:
Know how to cover high-risk lines on the tax return and how to reduce that risk in case of an IRS audit.
It is impossible to over prepare for a prospective or actual IRS Information Reporting Requirements audit. Item that will improve the probability of an Audit No Change to your tax return are adequate books, required substation of expenses thru document retention of records, and compliance with IRS Backup Withholding Requirements detailed record - keeping rules.
What are the chances of an IRS audit? One to two percent does not sound high-risk but items on the return can substantial increase your risk. Such as: income or asset class your company or certain lines on the tax return being outside the norm.
Why Should You Attend:
So you are being audited, what to do? Prepare, prepare, prepare your books and substantiation documents whether invoices, receipts, contracts, or bank deposits. One audit step most always taken by Auditor, is analysis on bank deposits. The auditor will ask you to explain and document every tax deposit that has not been included in income.
Areas Covered In This Webinar:
Our first objective is to help you avoid an IRS tax forms audit. Should you receive an audit notice, we will provide you with guidelines to prepared documents and records for an IRS auditor’s visit
A companion objective is to reduce the risk of an extensive IRS best practices audit of travel, entertainment, wages, dividends, fringe benefits, and related areas
Types of IRS audits
Identifying IRS audit “red flags.”
Information Document Request (IDR)
Interview the Client and their Records
Develop a Plan and Follow the Plan
Agents Actions Which Are Negotiable
Access to Agent’s Work papers
Options When You Disagree with the Agent
Who Will Benefit:
Income Tax Professionals
Persons Responsible for Due Diligence
Greta P. Hicks
Greta P. Hicks is a former IRS Revenue Agent and Regional Training Coordinator. After a time as tax manager for Ernst & Young, Greta started her own business and for 34 years her CPA practice has been limited to representing persons who have IRS problems.
She is the author of 'IRS Examination and Appeals Procedures' as well as, pilot tester of on-line continuing education courses for Checkpoint Learning. Greta has authored a number of continuing education courses on IRS practice & procedures and articles are regularly published on professional as well as trade magazines. Ms Hicks has traveled the US and taught Tax Update Seminars as well as various Inside the IRS topics.
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