In our 21st century lives, it's not uncommon for Americans to split their time between two or more states. No surprise, state residency audits have grown in popularity, and for good reason... people are on the move!
A residency tax audit begins when a state, or multiple states, seek to verify (#1) one's place of residency and (#2) the allocation of income to that state. Like any audit, income and expenses are verified, with one difference: attention is paid to the geographic source of your income. Unlike any audit, residency cases often require detailed travel records, telephone call logs, appointment calendars and other personal information that you wouldn't normally hand over to just anybody. It can be a deeply personal and intimate process.
These audits are time-consuming and personally intrusive -not because they want to be, often because they have to be. Silver Mountain Tax Consulting is uniquely accustomed to these audits, and will work closely with you to provide relevant responses, and achieve a mutual resolution.
Audit services are available to residents of most U.S. state's and territories. In many cases, the work can be performed remotely from our offices in Las Vegas. In select circumstances, a site visit to your location may be required.
All audits vary in scope and scale which is why Silver Mountain Tax Consulting strives to offer the most affordable tax services, without sacrificing service or quality.
Meaningful representation begins with meaningful relationships. Whether connecting in-person, or through technology, clients feel engaged, comfortable - and most importantly, informed.
The actual experience of an audit is typically very professional - and respect will go a great distance. Silver Mountain Tax Consulting is committed to dressing, speaking, and writing as professionals. Why? Because we represent YOU!
Document organization is crucial to resolving an audit in a timely manner. Clients are provided tips and best practices to maintain and organize records.
The complexity and time requirements of an audit are why many tax firms avoid audit representation. Years of tax research and audit experience distinguish this firm from all others.
Following an audit, it's important to move forward with a fresh approach. Make payments on-time, file required returns, and maintain compliance in an effort to reduce risk.