If you receive a letter from the IRS remember that this does not mean they are automatically going to audit you. They could be looking for clarification or additional information. Once you receive a formal audit figure out what part of your returns is being audited. Only provide the specific information that the IRS requests to prevent broadening the audit. Make sure you are polite and quick to respond. With that being said, here are 10 red flags for the IRS that are in no particular order.
The Pathways Team