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Tag: audit defense

Back Taxes

Back taxes are defined as taxes that were not paid in the year they were due. Penalties and interest may also get tacked onto back taxes if they remain unpaid.

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Audit Defense means you will have professional representation in the case of receiving an audit notice from the IRS or any state income taxing agency.

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Calendar pages flipping back to the past

One of the frequently asked questions we get from our customers is, “Can I buy audit defense for tax returns filed in previous years?” The short answer is: Yes!

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Audit Blocks

The terms ‘audit support’ and ‘audit defense’ may sound like the same thing for the average taxpayer.  But in the world of taxes, they can be very different.

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I could not have been more pleased with TaxAudit services. I highly recommend this service for anyone who does their own taxes.

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Question Mark

Put simply, your audit defense membership is valid as long as your tax return is eligible to be selected for audit or review by the IRS or State!

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Well, the truth of the matter is that an attorney is not always needed, but in some cases, one is absolutely required. So, how do you know when that might be?

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When you filed your tax returns through TurboTax, you decided to opt in and purchase Audit Defense. If you get a future IRS letter, how does Audit Defense work?

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Multiple Tax Returns

Your audit defense membership with TaxAudit provides expert representation for each tax return year for which you have a membership.

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Pen that wrote a la carte

Yes, you can purchase audit defense a la carte on TaxAudit's website (www.taxaudit.com). TaxAudit is the leading audit defense company in the nation.

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Tax Professional going over audit letter with couple

When you purchase Audit Defense from TaxAudit, you’re purchasing more than just assistance with your IRS or state notice. You are choosing peace of mind.

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Audit

First and foremost, audit defense works by protecting you from the hazards and stress of facing off against the IRS (or a state tax agency) on your own.

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State Taxes Sign

Yes, TaxAudit, the exclusive provider of TurboTax Audit Defense, represents members through the completion of any state or federal income tax audit.

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Customer Service Representative

TaxAudit is the exclusive provider of TurboTax® Audit Defense. The phone number for TaxAudit’s customer service department is 877.829.9695.

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Audit Defense Tax Professional

Audit defense gets you access to a dedicated tax professional who will develop a strategy and handle all communications with the IRS or state agency.

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Before your audit defense certificate can be sent via email, TurboTax must first notify TaxAudit of the audit defense purchase. This usually takes 1 to 6 days.

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Tax Audit written on financial paper

A tax professional spends four to ten or more hours per audit - think of the time and stress you could save yourself if you purchase pre-paid audit defense.

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Tax Professional holding up a Calculator

Full Audit Representation through an Audit Defense Membership, is included at no additional cost. Other tax experts charge roughly $150/hour for representation.

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Tax Professional looking over tax documents

With Full Audit Representation, also known as Audit Defense, a Tax Professional will defend your tax return through the entire audit process if you are audited.

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Man looking at tax return with magnifying glass

Audit defense is a service offered through TaxAudit to support our members in the event that their state or federal tax return is selected for review or audit.

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hat

What do “Scarface” Capone and a tax audit have to do with each other? They actually do have a bit of a connection. Scarface went to prison for TAX EVASION!

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Stock Chart

I got a CP2000 notice from the IRS. It says I owe $12,269 for securities I sold. I purchased the stock in 2005 and sold it at a loss of almost $10,000...

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Money

If you are upset about the national debt, you can make a deductible charitable contribution to the Bureau of the Public Debt to help out.

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