Never get caught up in the philosophy that the IRS is perfect. That could get you into a lot of financial trouble. Take the high road and mindset that you must be the perfect half. Keep great records and partner with a tax attorney to make sure that you’re always on the up-and-up when it comes to IRS matters.
As of 2105, the IRS has not maintained or its financial reporting processes very well. And of course, that’s not good news for consumers.
Some taxpayer accounts are riddled with financial system limitations and errors that are rendering it impossible to distinguish between money received and money that is still owed. To make matters worse, the systems is failing to properly classify specific components to the right financial reporting components.
We’ve said how important it is for you to keep immaculate and precise records, but we’ll say it again. We can’t stress the importance of having a tax attorney in your corner who can help you navigate the IRS concourse and keep your affairs on track. When it comes down to crunch time, the burden of proof is always on the taxpayer. A tax attorney can also represent you during an audit.
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Law Offices of Darrin T. Mish, P.A.: Tax Attorney