When the auditing process concludes, the IRS will send you a notification letter explaining its findings and any changes proposed to bring you back into compliance. If you agree with these changes, you can simply pay the amount you have been assessed, sign an agreement form, and resolve the matter. However, if you do not agree with the audit's conclusion and subsequent IRS recommendations, you should know that you have the right to appeal.
Unfortunately, the Appeals process can become very complex, and in some cases can even necessitate litigation in Tax Court.
If you are unhappy with the results of an audit, interest and penalties on taxes, or another IRS decision, we will provide skilled representation before an appeals officer.