N O wrote in message
What a time to get this piece of mail. Any advice on how to deal with
an IRS audit?
Now I'll have to pay for this AND come up with the money for 07 soon.
Anyone been through a field audit? Everything I read says do it at
office. They want to come to my home based office.. My business
100k in '06 and apparently that substantially raises your odds of
My nerves are shot. I don't keep very good records. And the more I've
been researching, the more I'm finding things I could have been
deducting and things I deducted incorrectly.
I just don't see how the same government that awards no bid contracts
Chaney's 'former' company can ask it's citizenry to be enthusiastic
about paying taxes. ...
We all know how corrupt the system is including the IRS.
"Who are you going to believe, me or your lying eyes?" -Groucho Marx
Personally, I wouldn't go to their office. They get paid for their
time and travel to come to yours, you don't. I really don't understand
"I don't keep good records." If you are based from home, good records
are essential. Surely, you have a tax man or accountant to tell you
what deductions are allowed etc.? At any rate, I feel for you. Good
luck with it.