Audits Happen. Get Peace of Mind for your Small Business.

An audit can have serious implications on your business’s finances. Our tax professionals are fully trained to act on your behalf and defend your interests.

What is Audit Defense?

Our audit protection service means being prepared if you receive an audit notice. Our experts are on your side and ready to put their expertise to work in your defense. We'll ensure all the paperwork is in order and work with the IRS so that you can have peace of mind.

We Do All of the Work

Let us develop an action plan, create a communication strategy, and prepare all necessary documents. You can sit back and continue to run your business.

Tax Professionals

Work with EAs and CPAs who know how to efficiently prepare for an audit.

Representation

We act on your behalf to ensure your taxpayer rights are protected and you receive a fair hearing.

High-Quality Expertise

Rely on the knowledge and experience of our tax professionals to engage the IRS.

Transparent Pricing

There are no hourly rates or hidden charges. What you see is what you get.

Peace of Mind

We provide a detailed analysis to ensure the accuracy of audit payments or refunds.

Frequently Asked Questions about Audit Defense

What is Audit Defense?

Audit defense is usually offered by a tax preparation or accounting company. In entails the company or accountant that prepared a tax return standing by to defend the return and liaise with the IRS in the event of an audit.

What is an IRS Audit?

An audit performed by the IRS is a review of an individual or business’s financial records to ensure that the information reported on their tax return is accurate.

What Triggers an Audit?

There are many things that can cause the IRS to audit an individual or business. Some of the main reasons have to do with your income tax bracket. If you make over $500,000, your chance of being audited doubles from lower tax brackets, and from there it only goes up.

Other reasons can include things like unreported income, miscalculating deductions, selecting the wrong filing status, and data entry errors.