We work alongside trucking business owners to implement tax planning, bookkeeping, tax preparation, CFO services, payroll, commercial insurance, retirement planning, and financial planning.
The IRS may randomly select businesses, including transportation and freight, for audit regardless of fleet size, aiming for a representative sample. After reviewing tax returns and documentation, an IRS Agent verifies accuracy, requests supporting documents, and asks questions about operations, finances, and tax compliance. They issue deficiency notices for underreported income or improper deductions, assist with compliance, and impose fines if necessary.
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Working alongside trucking companies to implement Tax Planning, Bookkeeping, Tax Preparation, CFO Services, Payroll, and Insurance.