Ch 21: Representing the Taxpayer in Audits, Examinations & Appeals

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Use this informative chapter to review lessons on taxpayer representation in examinations, appeals and audits. This comprehensive study guide is mobile-friendly, written by professional instructors and designed to help you study for a test or complete your homework.

Representing the Taxpayer in Audits, Examinations & Appeals - Chapter Summary

In this engaging chapter, you'll review the process of representing the taxpayer in examinations, appeals and audits. Lesson topics include a description of the IRS' authority to investigate as well as the limitations to this authority. Once you complete this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Outline the process and procedure of an IRS audit
  • Detail the options available to taxpayers during an IRS audit
  • Define partnership audits
  • Explain taxpayers' rights during IRS audit appeals
  • Discuss the process involved in appealing an IRS audit

These professionally-designed learning tools are accessible 24 hours a day on your mobile device or computer so you can study at your convenience. Each short lesson is followed by a multiple-choice quiz that makes a great test prep exercise. If you have any questions as you complete these lessons, reach out to one of our helpful instructors.

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