Tax Audit Representation
Choose Britt and Burroughs for tax audit representation. We have represented taxpayers for a wide variety of tax disputes:
Federal Income Tax
Federal Estate Tax
State Income Tax
State and Local Sales and Use Taxes
When the IRS or state takes collection action against you, don’t face the tax authorities alone. For professional tax audit representation, choose Britt and Burroughs to expertly guide your case through the legal process.
Britt and Burroughs works to ensure that the complexity of the tax law and the aggressive nature of tax agencies do not force you to pay more tax than what you rightfully owe. We advise you how to comply with tax laws as efficiently as possible and advocate on your behalf.
Ignoring a letter from the IRS or a state tax department will not resolve your tax issue. Call Britt and Burroughs immediately to ensure your rights are protected in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
The Tax Man Cometh
Nothing induces anxiety and raises blood pressure quite like a notice from the Internal Revenue Service or a state tax authority. Many taxpayers react by ignoring the problem in hopes that it somehow resolves itself. Unfortunately, this never happens. If you have received a notice or letter from the IRS or a state tax department, call Britt and Burroughs today so that we may fight the battle on your behalf. By having experienced tax representation, you can be confident that your tax matter will be resolved efficiently with your best interests in mind.
Representation At Any Stage of a Tax Dispute
Call Britt and Burroughs immediately upon receiving any notice or letter from a tax authority. The sooner we can begin advising and advocating on your behalf, the better we can represent your interests and ensure a tax authority does not take more than what is owed. We represent taxpayers at all stages of a tax controversy:
- Document Preservation and Pre-Audit Risk Assessment
- Examination (Correspondence, Office or Field Audits)
- Audit Reconsideration
- Proposed Return Changes and/or Statutory Notices of Deficiency
- Litigation Forum Analysis
- Litigation is Tax Court, Federal District Court or U.S. Court of Claims
- Collection Due Process Hearings