Assistance With Correspondence, Field And Office Audits

When taxpayers receive notice that they are being audited by the IRS, anger, fear and frustration are instant emotions, among many. What to do next is likely a subsequent thought.

First, don't panic. The best route to take is to seek out an experienced tax attorney, one who can guide you through the rights steps and talk to you about what documentation and financial information you will need.

Experienced Former IRS Attorney

I am IRS audit attorney Max Benkel, and I have assisted many individuals and business owners of all vocations and demographics with their IRS audits and IRS appeals — many likely in your same situation.

With over 30 years of experience, and as a former IRS agent and lawyer, I know the laws and procedures. Whether you are in Atlanta, Georgia, located out of state or even out of the country I can help. I have assisted with various types of audits, including:

  • Correspondence audits: A correspondence audit is the most common type of audit. The IRS simply requests information and corresponds via postal mail.
  • Field audits: With a field audit, an IRS agent typically visits the taxpayer's place of business to conduct the audit.
  • Office audits: Rather than visiting a taxpayer's business, a taxpayer is required to appear at an IRS office when an office audit is requested.

Which actions to take and the information you will need will depend on which type of audit the IRS plans to conduct for you.

Free Consultations

Contact me at the Law Offices of Max Benkel, P.C. I am happy to walk you through step-by-step. We can set up a free consultation to discuss your specific circumstances. I offer flexible appointments. Call 404-287-0053 or toll free at 888-779-9024.

Whether you are a nurse, construction worker, entrepreneur or executive, I have the experience to help. There is a lot at stake. Don't pursue the action on your own.