We have over 65 years of working directly for the Internal Revenue Service in the local, district, and regional tax offices of the Internal Revenue Service.
We are true IRS tax experts for IRS audits in the trucking owner and operating industry.
As former IRS agents we were teachers, instructors and supervisors both in the district and regional offices.
Call us today for a free tax consultation and stop the worry about an IRS tax audit
IRS only Audits 1% of all tax returns.
However, the IRS found a gold mine in auditing those truckers and those in the trucking industry.
The IRS has found especially for truck drivers that they are poor record keepers.
As a result the IRS finds truck drivers easy targets for IRS tax audits. Since many truck drivers are on the road, many fail to keep accurate records and file current tax returns.
If you’re in the situation and need professional tax help call us today for a no cost professional consultation. We have represented hundreds in this industry.
During an IRS audit you will be required to prove all your expenses.Please know that the IRS already has on their CADE 2 income computers list of all 1099’s and w-2’s from all 3 parties. There are all required report them to the IRS.
If you have lost your records
If you have lost your records or you have failed to comply with a IRS tax audit request contact us today and we can file for an IRS reconsideration. We are experts in tax reconstruction. We taught this program to new IRS agents.
If you have unfiled, back or past due returns
If you have not filed multiple year tax returns do not let that keep you from being current with the Internal Revenue Service. We can file all your back tax years and work out a tax settlement for you.
Do not be bullied by the Internal Revenue Service. Being a former IRS agents and managers we know exactly how to help the situations and limit your gap damage in exposure.
IRS Audit – Examinations
Enforcement of the tax laws is an integral component of the IRS’s mission.
IRS enforcement activities, such as examination and collection, target elements of
the tax gap and are a high priority for the IRS.
The IRS accepts most Federal tax returns as filed.
However, it examines (or audits) some returns to determine if income, expenses, and credits are being reported accurately.
Some examinations are handled entirely by mail, while others are conducted in a taxpayer’s home, place of business, IRS office, or office of an attorney, accountant, or enrolled agent.
The IRS enforces the tax law in a number of ways.
For individual taxpayers, some of the more common methods may include:
a. sending a notice to a taxpayer because the IRS has an information return
that indicates a taxpayer has income, but has not filed a tax return;
b. rectifying a taxpayer error by using its authority to correct math errors and
related problems on a return, as filed;
c. informing a taxpayer that he/she has a record of income that does not appear on a tax return;
d. conducting an examination by mail (correspondence examination); or
e. conducting a face-to-face audit (field examination
These Audit Techniques Guides (ATGs) help IRS examiners during audits by providing insight into issues and accounting methods unique to specific industries.
While ATGs are designed to provide guidance for IRS employees, they’re also useful to small business owners and tax professionals who prepare returns.
ATGs explain industry-specific examination techniques and include common, as well as, unique industry issues, business practices and terminology.
IRS Guidance is also provided on the examination of income, interview techniques and evaluation of evidence. So they may be helpful for business and tax planning purposes.
Call us today to learn more. We are your IRS Trucking Industry IRS Audit experts.
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