Your Source for Help With IRS and ODR Audits
Are you nervous about a looming IRS audit? Do you have questions about an upcoming ODR audit? Whatever your need, Sohler Law can help. Our experienced Portland, OR attorneys have worked with numerous clients, helping them navigate both IRS and ODR audits. With years of industry expertise under our belts, we’re well-equipped to help you traverse an IRS audit with minimal stress.
What’s the Difference Between IRS and ODR Audits?
IRS and ODR audits are a reality for small businesses across the country. But what exactly do these audits entail? If this is your first time running a business or nonprofit, you might not yet know the ropes. Fortunately, Sohler Law can help you handle these complex processes. Here’s a brief overview of what to expect from IRS and ODR audits:
An IRS audit reviews an organization's financial accounts to determine if the information has been reported accurately. It checks to make sure you've been staying in line with all applicable tax laws. Being chosen for an audit does not always indicate trouble, though. Many times, businesses are selected at random for an IRS audit.
Operating Deficit Reserve (ODR) audit has to do with a special account meant to supplement cash flow. Funds in this account can be used to pay off operating expenses as well as tax deficits. An ODR audit examines this account to ensure that all funds are being used according to relevant laws.
Allow Us to Take Care of the Complex Process
There’s no reason to navigate complicated audits on your own. Trust the team at Sohler Law to take care of all the details. We’ll work with you to obtain all the necessary information and create a defense if need be. Our team is well-versed in all kinds of financial situations, so you’ll have peace of mind with our expertise at your fingertips.