IRS & California Tax Audits
While IRS will occasionally audit businesses randomly, they usually audit an individual or business because your tax return contains an error or a transaction that is inconsistent with other businesses in your industry.
Our San Diego IRS attorney handles all steps to ensure you are protected.
Our tax attorneys and legal staff are dedicated to exceeding your expectations through precise legal advocacy and professional service. Our skilled San Diego IRS attorneys are ready to zealously protect your rights during an IRS or state tax examination.
San Diego Tax Attorney Services
Navigating Tax Law in San Diego.
Each state has unique factors to analyze for issues that arise in an EDD audit, such as whether a worker is properly classified as an independent contractor. Our attorneys and staff have extensive experience in resolving San Diego EDD audits as well as other audits with IRS and California FTB.
Orange County Tax Attorney Services
Many of our legal professionals are experienced business owners and decision makers themselves. This means we understand the complexity of tax law in Orange County and the nuances of filing taxes in California — we also know firsthand what it takes to protect and grow a company. That means you can take care of running your business and we’ll take care of defending it.
Other Tax Law Matters
Collections: Levies, Wage Garnishments, Asset Seizures
FBAR Reporting Compliance
Tax Planning (Partnerships, Corporations, and Individuals)
Recent Tax Law News and Updates
- Steps to Reduce Being Considered for Fraud in an AuditJuly 3, 2020The SBA PPP loan was created to help support small businesses that would have otherwise disappeared due to COVID-19. Now that these funds have been widely disbursed, the federal government is stepping it. They are taking action to check on the recipients, their actual need and whether or not their READ MORE...
- One major red flag to watch out for if you take cash out of your IRA under the CARES ActJune 29, 2020Heads up — while you are now allowed to take up to $100,000 out of your IRA and pay it back within three years with no tax hit, doing so may have some hidden consequences that you likely have overlooked initially. The Internal Revenue Code calls these tax-favored withdrawals “coronavirus-related READ MORE...