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Anti-Audit Warfare

If you have to face an IRS audit, will you know what to do?

The odds of being audited without facing additional taxes are 4 to 1 against you. But there’s a way to decrease your chances of being audited in the first place.

A tax audit can be a frustrating and even frightening experience. Don’t be caught off-guard. Learn what you can do to avoid an audit or make the process go more smoothly. Don’t let the IRS intimidate you.

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Dear Colleague,

CPA William McConnaughy believes the IRS conducts itself like a correctional facility: “They seem to feel intimidation and fear are the best means for keeping taxpayers honest and under control.” You probably wouldn’t want to sit down for a one-on-one meeting with an IRS auditor, partly because the process is so daunting and unpleasant. But what if you had an insider’s guide to lead you through every step – or even keep you from getting audited in the first place?
I have the right to take perfectly legal tax deductions, and I shouldn’t be intimidated that the IRS will question my actions. I can stay a step ahead and keep my money where it belongs – with me.
checkbox I can’t be unprepared for the possibility of the IRS taking a closer look at my taxes. No taxpayer should file a return without reading Anti-Audit Warfare.
Yes! I want to know as much about audits as any IRS expert.
We respect your privacy.
“Audit” is a four-letter word. If you don’t know what you’re in for when the IRS comes calling, you could find yourself out a lot of money. Unfortunately, every year thousands of taxpayers are singled out to have their returns scrutinized. Now you can find out how to avoid becoming one of them, and how to keep some control over the situation if you are audited.

The number of audits isn’t shrinking. Now isn’t the time to grow complacent, lax or sloppy in your recordkeeping. In fact, not being careful with your return could cost you a lot in interest and penalties. Anti-Audit Warfare is a unique guide to reducing your potentially costly errors, cutting down your risk of an audit and navigating the auditing process in case you can’t avoid it.

Anti-Audit Warfare shows you:
  • How to reconstruct your records legally
  • When it’s possible to sue the IRS and recover considerable sums
  • How to make the IRS help you with your tax problems
  • The best time during the audit process to try to cut a deal
  • Why you shouldn’t get upset over math errors on your form
  • A complete explanation of the IRS Reform Act and the Taxpayer Bill of Rights
  • How to get penalties reduced – and three ways to avoid them altogether
  • The “rules of combat” for dealing with the IRS
I have the right to take perfectly legal tax deductions, and I shouldn’t be intimidated that the IRS will question my actions. I can stay a step ahead and keep my money where it belongs – with me.
checkbox I can’t be unprepared for the possibility of the IRS taking a closer look at my taxes. No taxpayer should file a return without reading Anti-Audit Warfare.
Yes! I want to know as much about audits as any IRS expert.
We respect your privacy.
The IRS and its computers use certain patterns and figures to target taxpayers. If you know what they’re looking for, you can stay under the radar and avoid triggering a further look at your return.

Anti-Audit Warfare has answers to all your questions, like...
  • Do I need a power of attorney?
  • What if I feel my auditor is belligerent?
  • Can my spouse be found liable for my taxes?
  • Can I get an extension on my audit?
  • Does my accountant have to reveal our communications?
  • What if my auditor doesn’t understand my business?
  • Why should I appeal my case if I don’t like the auditor’s decision? Won’t that just drag out the process longer?
  • What are the pros and cons of going to Tax Court?
Consider how much money you may have left on the table in years past because of fears that you might trigger an audit. Now imagine approaching your tax situation with confidence that you can boldly claim every deduction that’s rightfully yours. Don’t let the IRS intimidate you – stand up for your money.



Sincerely,


Phillip A. Ash, CPA
Publisher
I have the right to take perfectly legal tax deductions, and I shouldn’t be intimidated that the IRS will question my actions. I can stay a step ahead and keep my money where it belongs – with me.
checkbox I can’t be unprepared for the possibility of the IRS taking a closer look at my taxes. No taxpayer should file a return without reading Anti-Audit Warfare.
Yes! I want to know as much about audits as any IRS expert.
We respect your privacy. 
P.S. Remember, there’s absolutely no risk. If you don’t see how you can reduce the likelihood of being targeted for an audit or learn how to negotiate one if need be, we’ll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you’ll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. You don’t have to be intimidated by the auditing process or the possibility that you’ll be targeted. Be informed with Anti-Audit Warfare and see ways to reduce the chances of an audit. Get your copy now!