No one likes to receive a letter from the IRS. Even if your tax returns are prepared properly, the IRS or any state tax authority may seek to verify various aspects of your return via a letter or an in-person appointment.

Whether it is an audit of a Net Operating Loss (NOL), Scheduled A itemized deductions or Schedule C income, the best way to “win” an audit is to be prepared. Audit preparation can be complex but I will be there to walk you through the notice, the gathering of requested source documents, and the presentation that best substantiates your position.