Did You Receive a State or IRS Audit Letter?


State and IRS Audit Help for Tax Audits - Rush Tax Resolution

This is still America! You have a right to the best representation available for IRS audit help.

The IRS and State will treat you as “guilty until proven innocent”, and worse, they send you notices, often with harsh collection threats and deadlines. Furthermore, they tack on huge amounts of penalties and interest.

Do not get intimidated by an IRS audit letter, and do not let them bully you!
Most importantly, you need a strong advocate to help you fight back. Do not call the IRS or State without first seeking proper professional assistance. You must act fast because the IRS and State issue deadlines that need to be met. Call us for a free consultation.



Rush Tax Resolution Fights for your Rights


Our Audit Department may be able to save you thousands of dollars in principle and penalties. The worst two people to represent you in an audit, are typically the following:


        • 1. The tax preparer that submitted your tax return.
        • 2. Worse of all, yourself.


During an IRS tax audit, we provide an important buffer between you and them, and we are not put in a defensive position.

Rush Tax Resolution is there for you on offense – laser focused with four main goals:


        • 1. Negotiate a zero change audit whenever possible.
        • 2. Limit the scope of the IRS tax audit and not allow it to spiral into fishing expedition for endless info and more and more years.
        • 3. Protect your rights and prevent any collections against any of your assets and/or income sources.
        • 4. Arrive at best possible resolution afterwards, if any monies are legitimately due.



Do Not Speak to an IRS or State Auditor Without Representation!


The IRS typically has 3 years to open up and audit inquiry against tax returns that you filed. If the IRS has a reason to expect tax fraud, they may be able to go back further than 3 years. If you did not file, the time clock has not started ticking yet. For this reason, and the fact that the IRS will not send you any refunds back after 3 years, it is important to always file timely.


Sometimes the IRS asks taxpayers to allow them to extend the 3 year audit look back period. This should not be agreed upon without proper consultation from licensed professionals.  We know your rights, and we fight vigorously for you every step of the way.



Call our Audit Department at Rush Tax Resolution today for a free consultation.



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