What To Do When IRS Calls on Your Business
The job of IRS investigators is to validate their assumptions about your tax liability. When IRS investigators ask for an on-site visit, postponing that visit until after your Tax Attorney has had the opportunity to share the facts of the way your business runs with those investigators ensures that irreversible incorrect assumptions are not made.
Not everyone knows that IRS does not have to meet with the business owner. In fact, a skilled tax attorney is IRS's preferred point of contact. Your Tax Attorney knows what documents to provide IRS and how to facilitate clear communication around an investigation.
If you are contacted by IRS, be sure to call a Qualified Tax Attorney immediately and ensure that your business is accurately represented.