The Tax Audit is an inspection of an organization’s tax returns and business administration. In most instances, the audit is aimed at the investigation of a certain time period and the verification of particular sections of the filed tax returns or business administration. The tax audit does not need to revolve around the organization itself; in some cases the audit is intended to examine the accuracy of the tax returns of third parties. In all events, it is essential to gain a deepened understanding about a taxpayer’s rights and obligations during the procedure of the audit. It is also vital as a taxpayer to take in a legal position and request that written and unwritten principles of formal tax law are upheld by the inquiring tax officials.
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Van Clamsfield International Ltd. exerts oneself to reach for the most optimal fiscal-judicial outcome in the negotiation with the tax authorities. However, the IRS does not always instigate a fiscal inquiry prior to the issuance of an additional or revised tax assessment notice; in some cases a revision is issued to evoke a taxpayer’s response though tax authorities’ position and arguments are then not always abundantly well-founded or clear. In such a situation, tax litigation and subsequent fiscal proceedings are unavoidable as the presiding tax authorities leave no room for negotiation and appealing their decision then remains the only measure to evidence one’s justified legal position.