No one wants to be audited by the IRS. Even taxpayers who are certain that their returns were accurate and all of their deductions and other tax write-offs are justifiable are somewhat intimidated by the receipt of notice from the IRS that they have been selected for an audit. Having to offer proof of income, deductions, exemptions and credits, especially if the proof may be missing or inadequate, can be unnerving. Even more unsettling is that the IRS auditor can still disagree with your proof even when you have all your receipts.
Beat an IRS Audit provides readers with everything they need to know to handle an audit. From discussing information on avoiding the audit in the first place, to explaining what steps to take to prepare for one if selected, the entire process is simplified and made understandable. read more