Getting Professional Tax Help in Case of an Audit

Preparing your taxes with a do-it-yourself product lets you take control of the process and file on your schedule. However, you might wonder, “How will an H&R Block tax professional help me if I’m audited?” While the chance of an audit is unlikely, it’s an understandable concern.

If you’re looking for professional tax help with an audit, consider adding Worry-Free Audit Support to your online tax prep. When you purchase our Worry-Free Audit Support, we’ll help with all communication from the IRS or your state department of revenue.

We’ll tell you how to prepare for an audit, and an H&R Block Enrolled Agent will guide you and help manage the process. They will also attend the audit with you in person.

Worry-Free Audit Support Gives You the Assistance of an H&R Block Enrolled Agent

What kind of professional tax help can an enrolled agent offer? Your H&R Block enrolled agent is a Tax Pro who’s earned the highest credentials the IRS can award, meaning they know all there is to know about taxes. In addition to the expertise they provide, an enrolled agent has unlimited practice rights and can represent you before the IRS.

However, you should note that H&R Block enrolled agents don’t provide legal representation. Also, H&R Block doesn’t pay penalty and interest charges or any additional tax liability as part of this program.

 

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