Wendy Litten, EA
4400 Route 9 South
Freehold, NJ 07728
I’m Wendy Litten, EA. Everyday, I help my clients with filing personal and business tax returns and QuickBooks. However, with increased IRS activity, I’ve also been specializing in tax problem-solving, including IRS notices, back taxes, overdue returns, liens, offers in compromise and all types of IRS problems. Here, I will share my experiences and hope to help those in similar situations.
Tag Archives: IRS Audit
How an IRS Audit Starts
An IRS Audit is a review of an individual’s or business’ accounts and financial information to ensure they are complying with tax laws and paying the correct amount of taxes. The IRS is focused on collection issues and selects tax … Continue reading
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Why Am I Being Audited?
Wondering how you got chosen to be audited by the IRS? There are several avenues that may lead to the dreaded IRS examination. If you omit income that was reported to the IRS, their computers will pop-up and send you … Continue reading
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Audit Risk Highest on $10Million+ Income
Recently released data from the IRS shows that 19% of income tax returns showing an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $10,000,000 or more were examined in 2010 even though they were just .01% of all returns submitted that year. That’s … Continue reading
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