IRS Tax Investigation
When you know what information the IRS has about your tax situation, you have an easier time coming up with an appropriate plan for addressing your tax problem. You can also see what claims the IRS might be planning to use against you.
Fortunately, you can get the IRS’s information about you by requesting one or all of the following: a tax transcript, tax return transcript or tax account transcript.
Sure, you can request these documents yourself. But you’re better off getting help from a tax attorney because all transcripts are written in an IRS code. Furthermore, an experienced attorneys knows how to ask for the information without raising any red flags (and can usually get your transcripts faster).
And that’s not all. With an attorney’s help, you can also find out if you have unused appeal rights and even whether the IRS still owes you money. Yes, you might be due money from the IRS that you don’t know about.
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