From: Bonnie Evans
Dear Fellow Beleaguered Taxpayer:
I am not an accountant. I am not an attorney. I am a small business owner just like you.
I have been the owner of my own business for 25 years. Not long ago, I was just like you, blissfully unaware that the Internal
Revenue Service was lurking just around the corner. On November 23, 1999, I was sitting at my desk sorting the morning mail,
when I came across correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service: “YOU’VE BEEN SELECTED FOR AN INTERNAL REVENUE
SERVICE TAX AUDIT!” Well, it wasn’t quite that blunt, but nevertheless, I had been chosen.
PANIC, RAGE, AND CONFUSION SET IN.
I had a staff accountant and corporate counsel who, I believed, were looking out for my
best interest. When all was said and done, I found that my home was levied and my assets were frozen.
When I needed them the most, I found my attorney and accountant to be of little help to
me. I went to work myself trying to defend my company’s name, reputation and, above all else, my assets.
Through my countless hours of research – mostly conducted during my sleepless nights
- I learned that the knowledge and possession of this one simple document could have saved me the embarrassment and headaches
associated with this daunting process.
Call your accountant right now and ask, “Are you aware of the Internal Revenue Service’s
new effort to target specific professions and industries?” If they can’t immediately answer that question
with a YES, you have two choices:
FIRE YOUR ACCOUNTANT OR EMPOWER YOURSELF!
Get your very own copy of IRS Tax Audit Assistant designed for Internal Revenue Service
tax auditors and targeted specifically for your profession or industry.
I wish you success in your search for the truth and am confident, with the help of IRS
Tax Audit Assistant, you will prevail in your personal battle with the Internal Revenue Service.
Bonnie S. Evans