The IRS will close out your audit if they do not receive a response from you or if there are insufficient documents turned into the IRS to support your claims. In such a case, the IRS will assess the taxes so that they can start the collection process.
However, even if your audit has been closed and taxes assessed, the IRS will reopen your case if additional and/or new information is submitted. The Tax Defense Group has successfully reopened audits and lessened tax liabilities for clients. Contact our tax experts to see if your audit could be reopened and your tax burden decreased.