Nothing is more unsettling than receiving a notice from the Internal Revenue Service, but you can rest easy with the knowledge that you won’t have to face it alone when The Leary Group, CPAs & Advisors is on your team. We offer IRS Representation services to support you in the event of an IRS notice or audit.
We work with you to collect all the needed information and communicate with the tax authorities on your behalf. In the event of a tax audit or any notice from the IRS, you have the peace of mind that your trusted advisor is in your corner with the expertise required to achieve a satisfactory resolution. Should litigation be necessary, The Leary Group, CPAs & Advisors is on your side, ensuring that you are properly represented before the various federal and state tax agencies, including the IRS.
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