Avoid Unnecessary Risk And Liability In Tax Audits
When the IRS calls, do you have a strategy in place? Experienced legal counsel can be the difference between getting through an audit in one piece and experiencing significant loss.
Effective Representation Makes All The Difference
Located in New York City, New York, tax audit attorney Brad Randolph provides comprehensive legal and financial protection to individuals both domestically and abroad during the audit process.
We have been representing individuals and companies during the IRS audit process for more than 25 years. Our tax defense firm has experience in working with government auditors, and taking proactive steps to protect our clients’ privacy during the IRS audit process.
Contact M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, for representation during audits by the IRS or state taxation authorities at 212-235-1456.
Protect Yourself During An IRS Audit
Tax examinations or audits, are intense procedures used by the IRS to investigate your financial and business information. The IRS has many broad powers at its disposal. It may summon your bank accounts, require you to provide employment records and information about your debts. The IRS can also contact third parties — including your employer, business associates, family and friends — question them and require them to testify as to your financial circumstances.
IRS audits can not only result in increased tax penalties, but can also cause personal embarrassment, place strain on working relationships and cause damage to personal reputations.
If you received an Information Document Request (IDR) from the IRS, you are being audited. Every move you make during the IRS audit process has the potential to expose you to additional financial liability and potential criminal charges. It is extremely important to speak with an experienced tax lawyer.
As an experienced tax attorney, Brad Randolph has been successfully representing individuals during the audit process for more than two decades. In addition to being a lawyer, Mr. Randolph is also a certified public accountant (CPA). This financial background allows him to thoroughly evaluate his clients’ financial situation to determine what steps are necessary to protect them against additional tax liabilities and potential criminal charges.