When you contact our team, we’ll start by preparing your tax return using your source documents or financials, then thoroughly reviewing your tax return. Through this process we can identify potential mistakes as well as find possible issues the IRS tends to examine. Once it’s all done, your return will be filed electronically when available so that if you’re due a refund, you’ll receive it faster. With more than fifty years of combined experience, we will also go over areas of tax planning for the current and future years to minimize your potential tax liabilities.

IRS Audit Representation

Receiving an IRS audit letter is a nerve-wracking experience for anyone, even if you know that you’ve done nothing wrong. The majority of the time, the letter is just requesting more information about your tax returns, asking that you provide them with the correct forms to prove your income and/or deductions. Other times, however, they will ask for you to speak with an agent.

This is when the sweat often begins to pour, but there is no need to worry if you get the right tax audit representation to help guide you through the process. At Peakview CPAs in Northern Colorado, our team of accountants has the experience, knowledge, and inimitable work ethic to be the audit defense that you need.

It’s well-known that the IRS and State can be pretty unrelenting when it comes to audits, and the penalties can be pretty severe if you fail to pay the appropriate amount for taxes, so you do not want to ignore the issue or challenge the audit on your own.

So if you’ve been unfortunate enough to receive an audit notice for your personal or business taxes, don’t hesitate to call us today to acquire the necessary audit representation.

Past-Due Tax Returns

At Peakview CPAs, we understand that life can get pretty hectic and that everyone makes mistakes, even when it comes to taxes. Whether you forgot to file or tried to avoid the situation hoping that it would just fade away, the IRS isn’t known to be lenient when it comes to past-due tax returns.

When the IRS doesn’t receive a tax return, one of the options they take is to file a substitute return using whatever information they’ve gathered from your bank, employer, or any other sources, and this, in turn, leads to a tax bill. If this is never paid, the IRS has the ability to take action — which we promise will not be fun for you.

No matter your reasoning, you’re going to need to deal with your past-due tax returns before the IRS begins to target you. Luckily, we can help, even if you haven’t filed tax returns for over a decade. At Peakview, we’ve provided assistance for countless clients in Northern Colorado to deal with their past-due returns. Our team will be able to guide you through the appropriate steps to take and make it as easy and convenient for you as possible. So stop having the recurring nightmares of the IRS knocking at your door!