IRS Representation 2017-05-17T03:43:08+00:00

Even financially savvy professionals dread audits and examinations of claims made in financial statements.  Individuals, professionals, and business owners who are not prepared for a review by Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are certainly vulnerable to risks associated with undocumented and inconsistent claims made in tax returns.  At Redmon & Redmon, we are careful with clients who utilize our tax preparation and planning services to ensure they are as prepared as possible in the case of any thorough examinations made by the IRS.  Whether you are a current client or even if you have used other professionals in the past or filed your taxes without the assistance of a tax professional, Redmon & Redmon can help you sort through the details and provide professional insight and support on the rigorous process of IRS examinations.


How Can Redmon Help with IRS Audits?

Kevin Redmon, CEO and President of Redmon & Redmon, is an Enrolled Agent.  “Enrolled” means to be licensed to practice by the federal government, and “Agent” means authorized to appear in the place of the taxpayer at the IRS.  Only Enrolled Agents, attorneys, and CPAs may represent taxpayers before the IRS.  The term “Enrolled Agent” dates back to 1884 when, after questionable claims had been presented for Civil War losses, Congress acted to regulate persons who represented citizens in their dealings with the United States Treasury Department.  With so many crooked schemes and unlawful tactics being used in the marketplace for IRS help, Redmon & Redmon practices the tried and true process that has been around for over 130 years and to date remains the most efficient way of overcoming the dreaded and feared IRS audit.


Why Redmon is Trusted

Whether you want to be as sound in your tax filings as possible to combat an aggressive agent of the Internal Revenue Service during an audit, it is crucial that you choose the appropriate tax professional in the beginning.  In any case of an IRS audit, it is still crucial that you also choose a professional that is in the trenches with taxpayers going through IRS audits.  Redmon & Redmon is one of the top accounting firms in Tennessee that possesses the ability to successfully lead taxpayers through the intensive, difficult tax code while representing the taxpayer with the IRS.  This is made possible with Kevin Redmon being an Enrolled Agent.

As an Enrolled Agent (EA), Kevin Redmon is a federally-authorized tax practitioner with technical expertise in the field of taxation.  Redmon is empowered by the United States Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service for audits, collections, and appeals.  Having passed all aspects of the very sophisticated and extensive tax code and successfully interpreting the laws and regulations of the tax code, Redmon is allowed to advise, represent, and prepare tax returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations, estates, trusts, and any entities with tax-reporting requirements.  Redmon’s expertise in the consistently changing field of taxation enables him to effectively and successfully represent taxpayers that are being audited by the IRS.


Settle Your Debts with the IRS

Have you incorrectly filed your taxes or avoided tax preparation altogether for a given amount of time?  Redmon & Redmon provides IRS representation to those who are looking to correct their tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and want the best, trustworthy professional to lead the charge.  While we are not a tax attorney nor do we represent clientele in a tax court setting, it is our expertise and experience in financials and the tax code itself that allows us to properly diagnose any challenges in your returns.  Identifying these challenges enables us to negotiate and settle on your behalf with the Internal Revenue Service.  By allocating those responsibilities to a professional, you are putting decades of tax code experience in your back pocket to be in your corner during any rigorous audit, examination, or collection by the Internal Revenue Service.