Boston IRS Tax Lawyer Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner of Thorn Law Group, Offers Insight into the 2020 IRS Tax Audit Process in New E-Book

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Being audited by the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) can be a traumatizing experience, to say the least. In “A Rare Look Inside the IRS Tax Audit Process 2020,” managing partner of Thorn Law Group and former Internal Revenue Service tax attorney, Kevin E. Thorn, discloses not only what each type of IRS tax audit entails, but also how to proceed in defending an IRS tax audit.

Thorn Law Group proudly presents a new ebook, “A Rare Look Inside the IRS Tax Audit Process 2020” by former Internal Revenue Service tax attorney Kevin E. Thorn. In this tell-all publication Mr. Thorn discloses insights from the hundreds of businesses, individuals, trusts, and foundations that he has successfully helped through various IRS tax audits and state tax audits.

“Not many taxpayers know what to expect when they receive a letter in the mail from the IRS,” says Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner at Thorn Law Group, “ With this ebook, my goal is to offer insight into the process and empower the taxpayer.”

The 26-page, downloadable e-book provides answers to questions such as:

  • Who can assist me with an IRS tax audit?
  • Who gets audited by the IRS?
  • What types of information can the IRS legally request?
  • What are the potential consequences of an audit?

These questions and more are answered in this exclusive look of the entire tax audit process. Mr. Thorn details each step of the process, beginning with the IRS letter that initiates an audit to the benefits of working with a Boston IRS tax attorney who works against the IRS every day.

About Thorn Law Group

Thorn Law Group is a Boston-based tax litigation law firm offering professional tax advice and representation to businesses and individuals dealing with complex national and international tax law matters. Under the leadership of Kevin E. Thorn, the legal team of Thorn Law Group is well-recognized for their vast experience and ability to successfully represent taxpayers in sensitive federal tax disputes, tax controversies, and tax litigation problems.

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