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Defense From the IRS and NYS Dept. of Taxation
Even after the IRS has completed their audit and concluded that a taxpayer owes additional tax, one is always entitled to introduce new evidence to undo their mistake.
- You submit information that we have not considered previously.
- You filed a return after the IRS completed a return for you.
- You believe the IRS made a computational or processing error in assessing your tax.
- The liability is unpaid or credits are denied.
We have been very successful in correcting IRS audit mistakes by simply requesting an Audit reconsideration and presenting new evidence.
Call Balisok & Kaufman, PLLC New York Tax & IRS Lawyers today at 718-928-9607 or email us at Law@BalisokKaufman.comFree Consultation
CIRCULAR 230 DISCLOSURE: Per regulations governing practice before the Internal Revenue Service, any tax advice contained herein is not intended or written for use, and cannot be used, to avoid tax penalties that may be imposed on the taxpayer.