Think you are going to be audited this year? Find out your chances, and what to do if you are.

How to survive an Audit? - All you did was make a lot of money and what does Uncle Sam do to reward you? He wants to audit you. In the IRS’s opinion, the reason you are getting audited is because you are claiming too many credits or deductions.

Appealing an Unjust Audit - You tried your best during the audit to provide the auditor with all the information he or she wanted. You answered all the questions truthfully but still after all the soul-searching you did to bring out the best taxpayer within you, you still got a tax bill and a penalty.

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Appealing an Audit

Attracting an Auditor

Auditing the self-employed

Criminal Investigation Division

Criteria for Innocent Spouse Rule

Different Types of Assessment Notices

Following the Audit

General Errors by the IRS

How Tax Court Can Help You?

Prosecuted for Tax Fraud

Revising Your Tax Return

The Audit

The Non-Tax Paying Crowd

Walking on Thin Ice with Dividends

What Goes on During An Audit?

FAQs Relating to Audits

Tips on Avoiding Audits

Tips for Handling the IRS Notice

Deception Vs. Oversight

- It's been determined that something is askew with your tax return. Was it your willful intent to defraud the government or did you simply make a non deliberate mistake? Find out what the enormous difference between tax fraud and negligence can mean for you.

The Taxpayer's Bill of Rights

- To ensure that the IRS does not abuse their authority to collect taxes, Congress enacted the first Taxpayers' Bill of Rights. Find out what rights you, as a taxpayer, have when dealing with the Internal Revenue Service.

Reasons for Getting Audited

- Want to know what not to do to get yourself a visit from the IRS? Take a look at our list of mistakes and oversights that can lead to an audit.