IRS Tax Audit Assistance in Walnut Creek, CA

Serving the areas of Berkeley, Concord, Oakland, San Ramon and Walnut Creek

Audited by the IRS?

Although you can do certain things to prevent “red flags,” tax audits by IRS or other tax authorities can happen to anyone. If you have received an IRS examination letter, forward it to our office. We can help, whether it’s simply submitting missing tax documents or representing you in front of an IRS examiner.

Our Walnut Creek CPA firm has a long track record of helping our business and individual clients resolve their IRS tax problems. We can help by:

  • Providing audit assistance
  • Filing Delinquents tax returns
  • Avoiding wage garnishments
  • Avoiding liens
  • Avoiding levies
  • Pursuing settlement options
  • Negotiating Offers in Compromise
  • Resoling Wage Garnishment & Levy
  • Negotiating favorable installment Agreements
  • Amending Returns
  • Identity Theft Assistance

IRS Tax Audit Assistance

Most examinations can be dealt with quickly and effectively. However, some may take time and have significant tax implications. Capital Tax & Accounting will help you understand the disallowances of expense or increase of income made by the IRS or other taxing authority and assist you in preparing an audit response. (We’ll help if we didn’t prepare your return)

We'll help with your IRS tax audit by:

  • Reviewing the IRS or California FTB tax notices regarding audits or examinations and explain what it means
  • Researching the tax issues involved
  • Assist you in gathering documents and preparing for a response
  • Reviewing the tax audit findings and explaining them to you
  • Explaining the IRS and FTB appeal process and options available to you when you disagree with the IRS or FTB findings

Tax Audit Representation

In an audit representation, a CPA will represent you and communicate with the taxing authority on your behalf.

IRS Tax Audit Representation includes all services from Audit Assistance, plus:

  • Communicating on your behalf directly with the IRS or FTB
  • Responding to questions of the taxing authority about your tax return
  • Cutting losses and avoiding audit credit to prior years or subsequent years
  • Challenging the tax authority's position with case law or statutes
  • Being a buffer so that you can focus on your daily life and business.
  • Researching tax issues during the IRS tax audit
  • Negotiating and settling claims with the tax authority
  • Planning the appeals process


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