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How to ANALYZE an IRS Revenue Agent Report
Every IRS audit concludes with a Revenue Agent Report which includes all the findings the IRS made based upon the documents and information collected, and the determination IRS has made. 
An IRS audit starts with a initial audit letter sent to the taxpaye (in the case of our clients, the business owner).

The bank deposit analysis is essential to every single IRS audit. 
 
A bank deposit analysis is where the IRS will analyze, all the deposits coming into a bank account that you own, either personal or business, and determine whether those deposits are taxable or non-taxable income. 
As you can imagine, if you’re depositing cash, it’s hard to tell the

In August 2022, Senate Democrats passed the Inflation Reduction Act, which allocates nearly $80 billion to the International Revenue Service (IRS) and leaves business owners asking: What are the tax implications of this bill? Will there be more audits? How will audits change?
In this article, we’ll break down what the Inflation Reduction Act is, where the money is going,

There are a lot of different types of penalties IRS can assess. Let’s start with the failure to file. 
Typically, it’s a firm deadline and when you have to file a return. If you don’t file an extension and your return is late, or you do file the extension and your return is late, you’ll get a notice from the

Many people don’t know the options that are available to them when dealing with back taxes and the IRS. 
Back taxes are a nightmare for anyone that owes the IRS money without the means of paying it. If you are already in debt, the IRS banging on your door doesn’t help your situation—it just makes it more stressful.  If you

If you are the target of a criminal investigation or if you suspect that you may be under internal investigation, you must speak with a skilled San Diego tax attorney at Milikowsky Tax Law. 
Common Types of Federal Tax Crimes 
The law enforcement branch of the IRS is the IRS Criminal Investigation Division (CID). If you are under investigation for

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the power to investigate the finances of a taxpayer if they believe the taxpayer is withholding assets. One tool IRS uses to do this is a bank summons, which is a legal document that requires your bank to provide your bank statements, account balance, and other information to IRS.
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