Audit Representation FAQ

April 1, 2014
audit risk and chances

Why is a reverse egg shell audit dangerous for a taxpayer?

Because of recent changes in IRS internal policy, parallel investigations are on the rise and are rapidly becoming a favorite tool of the IRS. The advantages […]
April 1, 2014

Warning signs of a criminal referral from an IRS audit

A criminal referral is likely to follow a civil audit if firm indications of fraud exist in the mind of the civil auditor. Common indications of […]
April 1, 2014
How Do You Appeal an FTB Audit?

What is a reverse egg shell audit?

Reverse egg shell audits are parallel and simultaneous civil and criminal investigations where essentially a criminal tax investigation is disguised as a civil audit. Reverse eggshell […]
March 20, 2014

Why hire David W. Klasing to represent me in an audit

To begin with you must understand that the optimal result after undergoing an irs audit is a finding of “No Change” by a taxing authority which […]
March 20, 2014

Why hire an attorney to represent me in an audit?

Superior litigation and advocacy skills  Due to their specialized training in law, tax attorneys are simply in the best position to advise and defend individuals or […]
March 20, 2014

Don’t go into an IRS audit without representation

Two statements routinely come to mind when I am asked this question, “He who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client” and “going […]