"You can find a silver lining in anything. For example, the good thing about being poor is that you are never audited."
Chances are, if you make less than $ 100,000 is no audit on the horizon. If you have a regular nine work packages-to-five job without tips or cash you, you're less likely to then receive an audit notice, say, a waitress or cabdriver. However, several factors go into whether you may be tested and several things can be done to keep the IRS at bay.
No specific set of factors can tell you whether you are "audit-friendly." The IRS does a few criteria that have caused red flags, however.
* You own your own business - the IRS believes most likely to self-lower taxable income and higher deductions Tax Relief Act reporting.
* You will receive alimony payments - not all payments will be reported by taxpayers. Because the IRS matches tax returns of the former spouses checking for inconsistencies.
* You incorrectly report their taxable income - for example, most taxpayers do not think about reporting the interest on their savings account - the IRS does.
What you can do
* Do not be afraid to deductions if you file based tax relief for them. However, keep receipts and all the relevant paperwork.
* Make sure your return is complete and accurate. If your tax relief check is higher than expected, that your entries and math are correct.
Return * If you have a large tax deduction or tax relief credit, attach an explanatory statement to your.
* Use common sense - when reporting deductions decide whether they have minimal or greater tax benefits.
Generally, tax havens, such as credits that are for children non-refundable, meaning the amount of unapplied not returned as cash. But the earned income tax credit (EITC) is refundable and a number of qualified taxpayers will receive tax rebates at some point after registration.
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The notice will also include a reminder that you can hold a hearing if you wish. Ten days afterwards, the IRS will begin wage garnishment procedures. The garnishment amount is transferred from the paycheck until the entire tax plus the imposed sanctions are paid, or someone is negotiating to be taken for a release.