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How to Survive an Audit From the IRS

A tax audit is essentially an accounting procedure that examines your financial records to ensure you filed your tax return accurately. If the IRS finds errors or purposeful mis-reportings, you'll have to pay the recalculated return amount and any interest. The IRS can choose to audit your tax return for a number of reasons, including:

For Microsoft audit, IRS hires lawyer who beat them in antitrust

According to a quarterly securities filing, the IRS has been auditing 11 years of Microsoft's tax filings. This includes an ongoing audit of tax years 2007 through 2014 and a reopened audit of tax years 2004 through 2006, with the main issue being transfer pricing.

What is the IRS's Questionable Refund Program?

You may never have heard of a questionable refund, much less a program about them, but it's real. The IRS's Questionable Refund Program was created in 1977 to help identify tax returns containing red flags for potential criminal activity so that fraudulent returns won't be paid. When a questionable refund detection team finds a suspicious return, they refer it to the IRS's Criminal Investigation division.

Fraud and tax evasion: 2 key points during investigation

Having to deal with the Internal Revenue Service on your own is probably something that you really don't relish. When you are dealing with the IRS because of a criminal investigation, the horror of dealing with the government tax agency alone is amplified. It is at that point that keeping your interests secured and knowing that you have someone working with you who understands the incredibly complex tax laws might help you to put your mind at ease. We want to remind readers in the Washington DC area about two basic points about the IRS investigation system that are vitally important for anyone facing investigation.

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