When Clients Face ‘Unreal’ IRS Audits

IRS adopts confusing, misleading terminology. But it’s all very real.

By Rick Telberg
CPA Trendlines

Tax professionals and accounting firms need to be aware that their clients may face two kinds of Internal Revenue audits: Real and Unreal.


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And it’s the “unreal” audits that are going to become more common.