Facing Tax Audits in Columbia?
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Tax audits can be daunting. Most taxpayers are not subjected to individualized
scrutiny in the form of an audit from the IRS or the SCDOR. If you have
received an audit notice, you may be wondering what to expect and what
your first step should be.
Benefits of Working With Our Firm
Our attorney can help you:
- Assess your unique situation
- Handle communication with the auditor in your case
- Prepare you for the interview with the auditor
- Provide counsel for any other tax matters
In most cases you will never meet the auditor, as your attorney will handle
all meetings and communications with the auditor. If you are worried about
a state or federal tax audit on your personal or business tax return,
contact our experienced
Columbia tax attorney at McGough Law Firm, P.A. We have years of experience and a comprehensive
understanding of tax law and can help you defend your rights and interests
at this time.
What is a Tax Audit?
A tax audit is a formal examination of a taxpayer's tax return - whether
by the federal Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the South Carolina Department
of Revenue (SCDOR). Many tax returns are selected for audit due to some
apparent discrepancy or point of concern contained within the return.
Others, however, are selected at random for review.
You will be notified of the audit in a letter from the tax agency examining
you. It is important to verify the authenticity of the letter to ensure
it was not sent by a scam artist seeking your personal information.
After confirming that the notice is valid, the auditor will request a meeting
and documentation of the information reported on your return. If the audit
was requested because of some apparent inconsistency within your tax return,
you will be asked questions related to the discrepancy. It is important
to be as prepared as possible prior to any meeting with an auditor.
Don't face an audit alone!
Call us now to schedule a free consultation.