How much does Full Audit Representation cost?

January 13, 2020 by Kate Ferreira, CTEC
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For $49.99, you can purchase a prepaid audit defense membership with TaxAudit for each individually filed income tax return. This one-time cost gives you peace of mind that in the event of a notice or audit you will have a team of experts ready and available to jump in and assist you. Other tax experts charge roughly $150/hour for representation, which can reach upwards of thousands of dollars for Full Audit Representation. Audits can stretch on for months, with multiple notices being sent. When you purchase a membership with TaxAudit, Full Audit Representation is included for no additional fee ─ and TaxAudit will see your audit through to completion from the first notice to the resolution for the one-time membership cost.

Your membership will allow you access to a knowledgeable Tax Professional who will work with you and answer your questions along the way. For more details on what Full Audit Representation entails, click here.  TaxAudit’s membership is a one-time fee of $49.99, and has no surprises along the way. If you’d like to get peace of mind and purchase audit defense, click here!

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Kate Ferreira
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Kate Ferreira is a Communications Associate with TRI HoldCo, Inc., the parent company of TaxAudit. A California Tax Education Council (CTEC) registered tax professional, Kate has been with the organization since 2015. Kate enjoys the challenge of writing about complex issues – including taxes. Outside of work she enjoys traveling, listening to vinyl, and going on adventures with her dog, Indiana Bones.


 

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