IRS Tax Audit Representation Services in the United States

IRS Tax Audit Representation Services in the United States
Proffitt & Associates provides you with legal assistance and the most cost-effective solutions to your IRS issues.

  • Tax Attorneys, CPA(S) & Former IRS Agents
  • Over 200 years of Direct IRS Experience
  • National-wide Tax Practice

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Former IRS Agent MD. Sullivan

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Mr. Michael Sullivan has also appeared on ABC Washington, The Briefing Room, and discussed the audit and release of Donald Trump’s tax returns.

Our Services

By working with the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) on your behalf, we at Proffitt & Associates will help you resolve any issues related to taxes in the most favorable way possible. And we will also ensure that your rights and interests are well-protected by being your best-in-class IRS tax representation. And here’s the list of IRS tax representation services through which we can help you based on your present situation.

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Financial stress can take a toil on your health in no time. Taking some simple measures can help you save yourself from an IRS audit.

IRS Tax Audit Defense

IRS Tax Audit Defense

An IRS tax audit can be a stressful and time-consuming process. Additionally, it’s important to be prepared in case you are selected for an audit. In such a situation, you need an audit defense to help you pass the tax audit with peace of mind and without making costly mistakes.

And you have just found the best-in-class audit defense service in the United States. Our IRS tax representation services can help you navigate through the IRS tax audit process smoothly and protect your rights as a taxpayer through our valuable support and much-needed guidance.

IRS Tax Audit Reconsideration

IRS Tax Audit Reconsideration

If you believe the results of your IRS tax audit aren’t correct, you can request the IRS to review the findings of the audit. The IRS will review the request and reconsider the audit findings to issue a revised assessment or refund if it agrees with your request.

For the IRS to review your request, you must submit a written request to the IRS detailing your objections to the audit findings, relevant documentation, and evidence to support your position. And you don’t have to worry about it. We’re here to help you throughout the process and obtain a favorable outcome.

Negotiate an Offer in Compromise

Negotiate an Offer in Compromise

When you’re in a situation where you can’t pay the full amount of your tax or paying it off will put you through financial hardship, you can negotiate an Offer in Compromise (OIC). After the successful negotiation, the IRS will let you settle your pending tax debt for a lower sum of money than you actually owed. However, getting approval isn’t a piece of cake.

So, all you have to do is find tax attorneys who can strongly back you up through their IRS representation services. Our tax attorneys can help you get it after evaluating your qualification and putting up a strong case based on your situation. Shall we talk?

How the IRS Finds Your Assets

How the IRS Finds Your Assets

As technology has been evolving every day, the IRS has plenty of tools and resources to help it discover and analyze the assets of an individual or business. The IRS may levy fines or impose penalties when it determines that an individual or business owns assets without properly reporting them on their tax returns.

Some of the ways of discovering and analyzing financial documents include conducting a field audit, working with other agencies, etc… Regardless of how and why the IRS has its attention on you, our IRS representation services can help you resolve quickly and effectively.

Tax Debt Settlements

Tax Debt Settlements

Based on the situations of the taxpayers, the IRS offers several options to pay their taxes, such as a payment plan, an offer in compromise, currently not collectible status, and so on. Yet, the IRS has strict eligibility requirements for each one of these options.

Additionally, you have to provide proper financial information and documentation to back up your request. That’s why you need a seasoned tax professional like us to help you negotiate a settlement with the IRS successfully.

Help Filing Taxes

Help Filing Taxes

A good rule of thumb is to approach a seasoned tax professional to prepare and file your taxes properly. From gathering necessary documents to determining your tax liability, filing your tax return, and responding to IRS correspondence, tax professionals like us can take care of it meticulously.

With our extensive expertise, we can help you profoundly understand your tax obligations and make sure that you comply with tax laws to avoid penalties as well as interest charges.

Owe Back Taxes

Owe Back Taxes

The IRS has the authority to seize your assets (wages, bank accounts, or real estate) if you don’t settle your tax debt on time. That’s why it’s important to resolve your tax debt as soon as possible. We can help you save your assets while resolving tax issues in the best possible way based on your specific situation. Let’s discuss how.

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3-Steps Towards Your Peace of Mind

Introductory Call

Our skilled financial advisor will contact you within 24 hours of receiving your inquiry!

Gathering Information

One of our tax professionals will gather all of the required information and documents for your tax solution and analysis. For utmost protection and secrecy, your data is stored on our secure gateway.

Filing an IRS tax return

We then match your request with our closest domain advisor, who will address your tax needs.

Meet the Best Tax Planners & IRS Representation Specialists From Proffitt & Associates!

Tyrell Spradley

Enrolled Agent

Joe Hopkins

Certified Public Accountant

MD. Sullivan

Former IRS Agent

Herb Cantor

Former Appeals Officer, IRS Revenue Agent

Peter Salinger

EA, Former IRS Revenue Officer and IRS Appeals Settlement Officer

Julie Lynch

Former IRS Agent & Enrolled Agent

How to Protect Yourself From An IRS Audit

Financial stress can take a toll on your health in no time. Taking some simple measures can help you save yourself from an IRS audit.

Consult a Reliable Professional

Be it your mental health or financial situation, consulting a legal advisor or a professional in the field is always a better option when it comes to taxation or audits. An IRS representative should be reliable, expert, and always reachable when you need consultation.

Be Truthful

Keep a track of your records and numbers. There’s always a good chance that you can be questioned on your income, deductions, and several other figures. Always do your homework. Be on the lookout for any questionable or other digits claimed on your returns to protect yourself from an IRS audit.

Keep Documentation Handy

If it’s a six-digit number on your returns, you are more likely to receive an audit. Thus, always keep the relevant paperwork, tax receipts, donation records, and other documents related to your income, wages, and other records handy to support your deductions.

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Be it fighting against an IRS or managing your Taxation Plans, we prioritize your financial matters, dealing with them with keen interest, professionalism and secrecy. Matters of Finance Require Immediate Action and Steady Planning. So, stop right away!