Nobody wants to be audited by the IRS, but if you are and you win your case: you may be able to get the IRS to pay your attorneys’ and accountants’ fees. Yes, the IRS writing YOU a check for a change! You can ask for reimbursement if you won the biggest point in your case or the majority of points in your case. You must also be able to show that you cooperated with the IRS at every stage of the case and did not drag out the proceedings. Your litigation costs must be reasonable, usually about $200 dollars an hour for attorneys’ fees, for example. And speaking of reasonable, Thanks to a Texas Court case, the IRS must prove that it’s case against you was reasonable. If it wasn’t, that’s one more argument for you to get compensation!
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