Audit Help

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Audit Help

The IRS has “stepped up” their examination of employee business deductions. If you fly international and have a large per diem deduction on your form 2106, chances are you will be hearing from the IRS. This is reality—we have a great deduction in the per diem, and of course, Uncle Sam wants to make sure we are not abusing the system.

What happens if you are audited

First things to do: Call Pilot-Tax: 317-984-7666 Fax the letter to us: 800-951-8879 Don’t Call the IRS Don’t Pay the IRS  The Basics: There are 3 kinds of IRS audits: a correspondence audit, a [...]

State Tax Issues

Just where do you pay state tax?  You live in MO, you are based in NY and you spend most of your time in Chicago… so where do you pay state taxes? An air [...]

IRS Contact Information

The IRS Web site (www.irs.gov) contains forms, worksheets and publications you need to complete your tax returns. It also contains advice, FAQs, and new and changing tax laws. There are also links and information [...]

IRS Auditors—What you should know!

If you are an IRS Revenue Agent, please let us help you in your audit of an airline professional. In order to explain the employee business expenses for a Pilot, it will be helpful [...]

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