Helping you Deal with Your State Tax Audit
While the IRS has a fearsome reputation, you at least have some protection from their Taxpayer Bill of Rights. You often have fewer rights at the state level, while state tax agencies tend to be more aggressive than the IRS. At the same time, the technical tax issues can be just as complex as those handled by the IRS.
Your state tax agency may be called the Department of Revenue or something else, but they all perform audits. Make sure that you have help from an expert who can negotiate on your behalf. I have built my expertise from years of defending taxpayers in several states, including my home state of Georgia. Make your state audit less stressful (and probably less expensive) with proper representation. I will explain the process at each step and communicate directly with your state tax agency on your behalf.
Whether you have an income tax, payroll tax, employee classification issue, or something else, I will help you identify the problem, determine the best way to respond, and protect your rights through it all.
I will review any notices or letters you received from your state tax agency during our initial meeting. Please have those ready or send them to me before the call. After the first meeting, I will send you an engagement letter and a Power of Attorney form so that I can start working on your audit. I will handle all direct communication with the State. We will work together throughout the audit to achieve the best result possible. I will regularly update you on all progress and options.
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If you have received a Notice or Letter from the IRS, set up an advisement session as soon as possible. You need a plan to respond before it is too late. Do not ignore it. The IRS does not go away!Contact