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Besides the fact that the IRS is a fruit of several rich individuals to create shelter for the government so on and so forth; you must understand that the IRS agents (who you as a taxpayer deal with) are not only easier to work with than most customer service representatives of credit card companies and banks, but also are more helpful and understanding. I am not trying to take sides, but have dealt with a lot of them. I have seen a lot of people that pay the IRS a large sums of taxes because they don't realize the mistakes their taxpreparer makes/made. I don't care if a person claims to be a tax preparer or even a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). I have seen several CPAs' work that cost their customers clients unnecessary tax expenses, because of their mistakes. In fact, I had to rescue several people from paying over $20,000.00 to $50,000.00 taxes to the IRS because their accountants did not include a lot of their legitimate expenses (such as education loans/expenses, business expenses when business income was included or so much more). Now allow me to explain this a bit differently. Of course your accountant does not have a crystal ball to know what your expenses were the year past before he/she prepares your return. I have an expression for Crystal ball. When someone asks me a question that requires guessing or predicting, I tell that person, "sorry, my crystal ball broke several years ago." Your CPA's crystal ball must be like mine. Therefore, you must help him/her to do the best job possible for you. There are some clueless preparers (no disrespect is intended); however, one thing I noticed that most (90%) CPAs or even tax preparers don't have is AN EFFECTIVE INVENTORY OF ALL YOUR EXPENSES AND INCOME. Let see, what do I mean by that. Tax season is right around the corner and most people "assume" (you don't know how much I hate this word) that we'll do the same way as did last year. Just because you or your CPA makes the mistake of preparing your return incompletely, don't blame the IRS for your lack of effort in your tax preparation. The IRS says, do what you can do to maximize your benefit as long as you are truthful and don't fudge numbers. OKAY. The IRS says take advantage of your refund and reduce your liabilities in the best method available to you as long as you are not deceitful. Some tax preparers are deceitful and some are honest. Some CPAs are clueless and some are knowledgeable. However, the bottom line of responsibility FALLS ON YOUR SHOULDERS. If there is something wrong with your tax return, even if the tax preparere or CPA signed the tax return (below your signature), the IRS contacts you (ALWAYS through mail the first time) for any inaccuracies. I hope I am clear on this. Let's go back to the "Crystal Ball" issue. You have been going to the same tax man/woman for years. You take some papers to him/her to do your tax return. He/she tells you are going to receive so much refund or going to owe so much. You blindly say, "OK. Yes, Sir/Mam," sign the documents as he/she instructs and send it out/file it Neither you (an uninformed person about the tax laws) nor he/she bothers to ask you if your lifestyle, spending habits or any situation has changed over the years. So, he "ASSUMS" you have no changes from the years past. You are at fault for your own losses by not sharing any changes. For that reason, I had created a six seven (6 7) page inventory sheet (called expense report) which I provide to a few of my clients before I talk with them. Although I don't prepare tax returns, but (as said before,) I have rescued a lot of CPA and tax preparers' customers from massive tax liabilities to the IRS (at no direct fault of taxpayers, but their preparers'). I told a couple of my clients whom I've helped with credit issues, I don't want to do their taxes (especially if they do not have any problems with the IRS or state). Therefore, I give them my "Expense Report" and explain the line items of the report. I even mention to them that some of the line items are for informational purposes only or that a CPA or tax preparer may not be able to use the information if they are not self employed and/or don't fall within certain categories. Of course, I knew these people's entire financial as I have reorganized their entire financial life (except stocks, bond, life insurance and a few other long term investments). Sadly to say, when they filled out the sheets and took them along with their w 2's, 1099s, 1098s, and other supporting documents for the purpose of tax return, their CPAs said; "there was no need for that" and handed them a two page expense report which did not cover most of the important issues. The clients came back to me with those reports and I had to contact the CPAs in order to make certain that the expenses are accordingly covered. Dear wonderful taxpayer. There is nothing wrong with you claiming all your legitimate and legal deductions and maximizing your refund or reducing your liabilities. The IRS doesn't deny you, but says, "be honest." Until the day you become an expert and are capable of fighting the IRS (by not paying any taxes), you are a small fish in a big pond and must pay your taxes accordingly, but maximize it to your benefit (as allowed by law). attorneys representing the IRS interest. The IRS says, use the best method of filing your tax return that benefits you. It even includes the first thing on your tax return "Filing Status." I had a client whoes CPA worked on the families' tax returns and marked the return as "Married Filing Jointly", when the best result for the family was married filing separate (as they were for the last 7 months of the year). 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