Avoiding an IRS Appraisal Audit

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By Linda Trugman; CPA, CVAtrugman-logo

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2 Responses

  1. A popular topic this time of the year.
    Many thanks.


  2. IRS Targets Bad Tax Advisors for Public Humiliation?

    Linda, I just read that tax advisors who get caught doing something wrong used to have their names – but not the gory details – put in public view. But, now this may be changing.


    Is this an analog to the National Practitioner Data Bank for doctors?




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