Taxpayer & Audit Representation


The term “no taxation without representation” has a very different meaning in the 21st century than it did when it was used as a primary grievance in the 18th century. The tax code is complex. The laws governing the enforcement of the code, including taxpayer rights, assessment penalties, appeals, etc. are even more complex, and the everyday citizen cannot be expected to either know or understand the myriad of rules, regulations and enforcement standards of the IRS. A taxpayer that represents themself generally pays substantially more in tax, penalty and interest than those who engage an experienced professional that understands the best strategy to ultimately save money.

If you receive a Notice of Examination, Proposed Change to Your Tax Return or other letter from the IRS indicating it disagrees with a filing, call us. We can help. We’ll work for you to achieve the best possible outcome in the least amount of time and with the least amount of stress. You don’t even have to respond or attend any meetings, we’ll handle everything. It’s that easy.