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- January 23, 2008 at 1:48 pm #255345Guest
Do you know why you’re being audited? A certain percentage of audits are totally random rather than the result of some trigger.They’rejust a review by a real person rather than a computer and are no big deal, you just need to provide documentation. Did you use a tax preparer? If so, theyshouldbe a part of the auditto represent their work. That doesn’t take away from your responsibility but they have a responsibility too. If your taxes are relatively simple (no tax shelters or out of the ordinary deductions or income sources)and you haven’t shown any significant changes in the year being audited from the previous 2 years then it’s probably just a random and again they just want to see documentation to support your deductions, etc. So gather up your paperwork and try to relax. If you haven’t been cheating and you have the back up for your
deductions there’s no need to freak and certainly no need to incurthe expense of a CPA or attorney. Lori.
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