When you are facing an IRS problem, an IRS tax return investigation can be a prerequisite. Your IRS tax file lays the foundation for determining the best approach to solve your IRS problems. Though you can access your tax file by simply requesting them, bear in mind that requesting tax transcripts may raise a red flag with the IRS if you request them yourself. That’s when The Law Offices of Nick Nemeth team can come to the rescue. Our firm is able to request our client’s transcripts by other means that may not be available to you without compromising your situation further.
Issues Leading to an IRS Investigation
Typically, an IRS investigation gets initiated when :
- You fail to report your income to the IRS
- The deductions claimed exceed the qualified limit
- There are mathematical discrepancies in your tax return
You claim a dependent who has already been claimed by someone else
How We Help
Understanding what is inside your file is not easy. Many of your IRS documents are coded in cryptic language, which is why you need an expert when it comes to IRS tax crime investigations. Our proficiency in working with the IRS code allows us to find out what the IRS knows about you. We are able to find information such as how much longer the IRS can come after you for past due liabilities. We are also able to do this for business owners who think they may still owe.
What to Expect
We will help you find out what the Internal Revenue Service knows about you without triggering suspicion from the IRS so you can resolve your tax problems forever.
Have a Tax Investigation Concern?
The best way to avoid a tax investigation is to file your taxes on time and ensure there are not any discrepancies. If you are currently facing a tax investigation issue, or want to avoid one in the future, and need professional help, call us at (972) 734-1171 or fill out this contact form for a no-obligation free consultation.