What is an office audit?
An office audit is a type of IRS audit. With
an office audit, the taxpayer being audited by the IRS will
have to face an IRS auditor. Each year, a small number of
taxpayers are selected for office audits. If you have been
selected for an IRS office audit, the IRS will send you a
The year or years that you are being audited
The books and records you need to bring to the
face-to-face meeting with the IRS auditor,
The time and place you need to be for the IRS audit
The name of the IRS auditor to see
The IRS also give your phone
number to call in case you do not understand
instructions. If you cannot make the time that
the IRS wants to conduct the audit, you can
call to reschedule the time of your IRS audit.
Usually, you will be contacting your local IRS
office when you are being audited.
What if I cannot make the IRS audit
If you find that you cannot make it to the
IRS audit meeting, you can call the IRS to reschedule your
audit time and date. It is not difficult to postpone an IRS
audit if you have reasonable reasons. Some people postponed
that IRS audits many times. You should not keep postponing your
IRS audit many times, though.