Types of IRS audit
There are many types of IRS audit. Some
types of IRS audit are less aggressive than others. However,
most types of audit are designed to increase the tax bills for
the tax payer and increase income for the IRS.
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the types of IRS audit.
: The correspondence audit is the simplest
type of IRS audit. The tax payer has the greatest
chance of winning correspondence audit.
: An IRS office audit is done in an
IRS office and is mostly about simple tax
audits are usually the most complete IRS
audits and are performed by experienced IRS
officers. Field audit usually results in additional
tax bills for the tax payer.
: An IRS repetitive audit is an IRS audit
conducted on the same tax payer over and over. If
no additional tax bills results from an audit and
the IRS wants to audit the same tax payer again,
the tax payer can ask the IRS to discontinue the
IRS audit on the ground of IRS repetitive audit.