When the IRS decides to smack you with an audit, what's the worst that can happen? You're wise not to try to cheat the taxman.
If your financial filing system is more "pile" than file, take heart. Learn to control your documents — and make tax time and a lot else much easier.
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Today we found some fantastic articles on IRS audit red flags, ways to spring-clean your finances, and hidden costs of DIY moving.
When it comes to your tax records, it can pay to be a hoarder. But how long is too long to hold on to "important" papers?
Once again, the IRS is targeting small businesses for extra scrutiny. Will your firm stand out?
If you've been notified of an audit, don't panic. Follow these steps to help get through it with minimal stress.
Not sure whether or not you should report certain types of income? The answers might surprise you.
Don't let your tax return send up a red flag to the IRS; avoid these common reasons for an audit.
Is your tax return a magnet for an IRS audit? Find out the 6 things that draw the attention of the IRS and what you can do to minimize your chances of getting audited.
According to this Kiplinger's tax tip video, only 1 in 150 personal tax returns get audited. Realistically speaking, your odds of getting audited are probably even lower than that. In fact, it's virtually zero.
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