Audit Protection in Fullerton, CA

What Is Audit Protection?

Audit protection shields you from the dangers and stress of dealing with the IRS (or a state tax agency) on your own.

Let's be clear: audit protection isn't the same as audit immunity; it's the subtle peace of mind that comes with knowing that if things go south, you'll have a team of battle-tested tax experts by your side.

Audit protection ensures that auditors are held accountable for their actions, and that if a balance is due as a result of the audit, you owe no more than you legally owe. Our defenders protect your finances by making sure that any tax owed is as little as possible, and that any fines are waived when appropriate. While we can not guarantee that you will owe no taxes at the end of your audit, we will make every effort to get the least amount owed based on your facts and evidence.

Tax Alliance will be at your side, helping you in discovering every possibility in order to get the best possible audit result. Proposed audit changes will be double-checked for factual and mathematical accuracy, along with legal accuracy. Inspectors trust documentation that is presented in an orderly and professional fashion, so we'll help you arrange your documents so that the auditor doesn't have to think too hard about them. Instead of requiring you to submit an amended return after the audit is completed to fix the reporting mistake, many IRS auditors might offer you credit for misclassified costs or deductions during the audit. It's difficult to know when and how to inquire.

Fortunately for our members, understanding how to do things the "right way" is something we take pride in at Tax Alliance every day. Planning, organizing, and producing results are three important factors in how audit protection benefits you.

Below are a few aspects that may be included with some audit protection solutions:

  • Responding to audit notices on your behalf
  • Protecting your federal and/or state tax return in audit hearings or meetings with auditors
  • Giving access to and support from audit representatives that may be tax specialists, such as Enrolled Agents or CPAs
  • Helping you settle tax financial debt or identity theft associated with the audit
  • Paying any fines or fees if you're being audited as a result of a preparer's or software's mistake on your return

Important Things to Remember

Prepaid audit protection is separate from audit representation, which includes hiring a specialist to represent you as soon as the IRS has advised you that you're being audited. Normally, you can not receive audit protection after you learn you're being audited-- you have to acquire the protection before you submit your return.

Audit protection services may include an expiry date. As an example, a service may agree to cover your return for as many as three years from the day the IRS approves a return for a given income tax year because the IRS normally can include returns that have been filed within a three-year period in an audit-- although the IRS might extend that timeframe to six or more years if it identifies any significant errors.

What Are the Chances of an Audit?

You can think of audit protection as insurance for your income tax return. For instance, a car insurance policy can protect you in case you're ever in an accident. You pay for car insurance coverage based on the possibility you might need it eventually. However while the chances of somebody being killed in a car crash are 1 in 106 (according to 2018 National Safety Council info), your chances of being audited are a lot less. In fact, out of all the returns filed in 2017 and reviewed throughout the 2018 fiscal year, the IRS audited just 0.5% of the 196 million income tax returns it received. That means in 2018, the possibility of being audited for all taxpayers was 1 in 200.

However higher percentages of certain groups of people were audited in Fiscal Year 2018. The IRS audited 6.66% of all returns filed in 2017 that had changed gross earnings of $10 million or more-- a group that represents only 0.01% of all returns filed that year. Meanwhile, the service also audited 0.69% of returns with AGI of $1 to $24,999. That group represents 35.59% of all returns submitted.

For more information about the Audit Protection in Fullerton, California, contact Tax Alliance at 800.987.3051 or visit our website: TaxAlliance.com to learn more. Let's Resolve Your Tax Debt Today!

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Efficiency through Automation!

Because of advancements in our technology, we are able to communicate with the IRS electronically, its as if we are in the same office! Faster service and more cost effective!

Our Money Back Guarantee!

If you are not happy with our tax services within the initial 21 days, we will give you a 100% refund of services rendered, no questions asked!

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You find it, we will match it! Tax Alliance will match and beat (by 10%) any competitive offer. Contact our office today and receive a free no obligation tax consultation.

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