The information contained on this website is intended to pass on general information only.  It should not be considered legal advice and is not meant to take the place of the advice of an attorney.

Anyone with a tax problem should contact an experienced tax attorney for assistance. Communication via the website, email, fax, letter, or telephone does not create an attorney-client relationship.

This website is not meant to serve as a substitute to obtaining legal advice.  There are links contained within this site that are maintained by third parties.  The links are provided as a service and are for informational purposes only.  Our website and any third party websites or documents linked to from this site make no warranties about the reliability, accuracy, relevance, or currency of the content.

10 Tips to Avoid an IRS Audit

This is a list of the best ways to avoid an IRS Audit:

1Double check for math errors: Making mathematical errors is one way to trigger an audit...

2Follow the directions on the forms, fill out all required spaces, and make sure your entries are legible: When filling out your return it is better to put in a zero or a dash mark...

3Be careful if you claim the home office deduction: The IRS has found that some taxpayers that claim the home office deduction tend to inflate their deductions...