How can you protect your small business from being put under the microscope by the IRS?
There are 15 triggers that signal trouble to the IRS. Now you can find out how to avoid all of them.
The best defense is a good offense. You can find out what the IRS is looking for and make sure your returns are all in order. You’ll reduce your chances of becoming the target of an agonizing audit.
Every year, as April 15th approaches, small business owners grow nervous. What if something on a tax return catches the eye of the IRS, triggering an audit? That’s the last thing any small business needs. But there’s a guide that can help you protect your company from the prying eyes of the IRS – using the IRS’ own tools. You can also find out the best way to handle an audit should you have to undergo one.
In 1988 the Taxpayer Compliance Measurement Program was scrapped because of pressure from Congress. Under the program, the IRS could randomly select about 54,000 returns to scrutinize, making taxpayers provide documentation for every line. This was dubbed an “audit from hell.” Unfortunately, these audits have come back.
If you’re one of the unlucky thousands forced to undergo an audit, you need to be prepared to face the IRS. And if you want to be one of the lucky millions who don’t have to endure this intense examination at all, you’ll need to take special steps. Audit-Proof Your Small Business is your guide for either circumstance.
Turn the tables on the IRS! Make sure your company’s risk of being audited is minimized. And feel confident that you can handle an audit should one come your way. The tips in Audit-Proof Your Small Business show you how to mount an offense and protect your tax savings.
There are 15 triggers that make the IRS sit up and flag a return. You can avoid all of them and never have to worry that the IRS will knock on your door. You’ll have insider information and anti-audit strategies you can start using immediately to protect your business from an “audit from hell.”
Audit-Proof Your Small Business gives you pointers on:
Phillip A. Ash, CPA
P.S. Remember, there’s absolutely no risk. If you don’t see how you can make your business tax-aggressive and audit-free, we’ll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you’ll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. You have more important things to deal with than an unwelcome IRS audit. Audit-Proof Your Small Business will help you prepare your returns so the IRS won’t look twice at them. Get your copy now!