An attorney you can trust to protect your interests
For many people, the first encounter they have with the IRS or the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is when they are notified they are under audit. That's a frightening experience for any taxpayer or business owner, but it doesn't have to consume you. Trust an experienced lawyer from Brown, Naegle, Crider & Jensen LLC to see you through.
Arizona tax attorney Shad M. Brown worked for the IRS before entering private practice. He's seen audits from both sides, and understands how they work. And he knows how to help you fight back. Rely on Shad and his team to help you through your tax controversy matter.
Understanding the types and purposes of audits
The purpose of an audit is to investigate a taxpayer to find tax discrepancies and to notify individuals and other entities of tax deficiencies, or underpayments of tax, caused by any proposed changes. The scope and form of an audit can vary from a letter (a correspondence audit) to a full inspection of personal records, business records and bank statements (a field audit).