When audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), it is important to understand the focus of an audit and whether there is concern for a civil mistake or criminal wrongdoing.

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Receiving notice of a tax audit from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not unusual but usually triggers concern. Understanding what you might need for an audit can quell some of the anxiety when you get an IRS audit letter in the mail.

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Have you been selected for an IRS civil tax audit or wonder if you will be? Understanding the basics of a civil tax audit helps you respond effectively to the IRS if the time comes.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) might communicate with you by telephone, correspondence, or meet you in person as part of a civil or criminal tax audit. How do you know you are not being scammed?

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Being in debt to the Internal Revenue Service applies to the wealthy, the not-so-wealthy, celebrities, and everyday taxpayers. Offers in Compromise (OIC) are touted in social media and elsewhere as a sweet deal to skate away from debt to the IRS....

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has expanded Chatbot availability to assist taxpayers who receive compliance notices.

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Increased risk and scammers contributed to the decision that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will discontinue unannounced visits to taxpayers who owe taxes or failed to file tax returns.

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If you disagree with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), you have the right to appeal their decision.

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An increased budget for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) means better service to taxpayers and closer attention to the tax gap. The U.S. Treasury and the IRS recently weighed in on the issue.

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The Automated Underreporter (AUR) program is an important part of compliance efforts at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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