Let’s say the IRS decides they don’t like your tax return from a couple of years ago. They audit you, and send you a “deficiency notice” for, say, $10,000. You appeal it, and they say “nope, sorry, it’s $10,000.” If you’re still not happy (and why would you be happy with a $10,000 tax bill), you can take your case to court — specifically, the U.S. Tax Court.
Just because the IRS says “jump” doesn’t mean you have to say “how high?” There’s more room for interpretation on that Horizon than most people realize. And the best way to take advantage of that room is a plan. So call us for your plan, and see how much you can save!Continue reading →