Case: Unreported Income

A client retained us for audit representation wherein the IRS discovered approximately $400,000 of unreported income. We were able to convince the IRS to not prosecute the case criminally, accept secondary evidentiary documentation as proof of business expenses, and concede the statutory applicable fraud charges.

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