IRS Audit Archives - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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If you chose to represent yourself in an IRS Examination realize the IRS Revenue Agent (RA) or Tax Compliance Officer (TCO) assigned your file is trained very thoroughly to advocate on behalf of the US Government. One method used quite often is to create a (false)...

'Audit reconsideration' requests the IRS to reconsider action it has taken with the taxpayer by allowing the taxpayer to present information that may not have been available to the IRS previously. This procedure is used when an assessment has been made due to an audit...

The IRS has a computer program that targets certain tax returns for closer examination. It’s called Discriminant Inventory Function System (DIF) and it means that some deductions and credits are more likely to attract the government’s attention than others. Some of these may include: Business Use...

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