Basics of an IRS Audit

Posted by Sue Tuson on February 2, 2018

Sue Tuson

When a taxpayer is notified by the IRS for a tax return audit, the first reaction may be panic or fear. Understanding the audit process can help alleviate some of these concerns. The IRS defines an audit as a review or examination of an organization’s or individual’s accounts and financial information to ensure information is reported correctly according to the tax laws and to verify the reported amount of tax is correct. The fact that a taxpayer’s return was selected for an audit doesn’t suggest that there is a problem. There are various methods the IRS uses for audit selection, …

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Cross-Border Taxation Update

Posted by Sue Tuson on May 25, 2017

The IRS announced 13 audit campaigns last March.  Included in the campaign is an effort to increase voluntary compliance for Form 1120-F Non-Filers.  Form …

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India Withholding Taxes

Posted by Sue Tuson on April 26, 2016

US companies doing business with Indian entities may be subject to withholding taxes at the time the customer makes the payment. Generally, withholding occurs on …

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