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Posted by Admin Posted on Oct 12 2018

Audit Triggers



Not Reporting all Taxable Income

Data Entry Errors

Participation in a Tax Shelter

Rental Losses

Failure to properly pay household help

Large travel and entertainment expense

Discrepancy Between Individual Taxpayers and Corporation Filings Associated to Taxpayer

Self Employed (not reporting profit in 3 out of 5 years)

Large charitable contributions

Home office deductions

Not Hiring a Reputable Tax Preparer

Claiming 100% business use of a vehicle


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Source: IRS

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