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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Jessica Brown is the Graphic and Communications Analyst for TaxAudit. Since she began working for the company in 2008, she has found herself surrounded by people whose passion for taxes is contagious. She writes blogs to share her unique perspective as a non-tax professional with a fondness for tax-related issues.  


 

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