I'm Being Audited. Now What? Don't let a tax audit get you down. Accountant Mark Kohler offers four tips to help you save time and money.

By Mark J. Kohler

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No one wants to be audited by the Internal Revenue Service. But in case you are, accountant Mark Kohler has four tips to help you save time and money:

1. Have a positive attitude.
2. Stay in touch with the IRS. Do not ignore their correspondence.
3. Follow through on promises made to the IRS.
4. Work with a tax professional who has experience working with the IRS.

Mark J. Kohler

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Author, Attorney and CPA

Mark J. Kohler is a CPA, attorney, co-host of the podcasts Main Street Business and Directed IRA Podcast and a senior partner at both the law firm KKOS Lawyers and the accounting firm K&E CPAs. He is also a co-founder of Directed IRA Trust Company. He is the author of The Tax and Legal Playbook, 2nd Edition and The Business Owner's Guide to Financial Freedom.

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