Many Americans believe the IRS should be subject to an independent audit. We agree.

We are conducting the first ever independent audit of the IRS, and we need your help.

The Audit will examine all areas of:

• The IRS’ treatment of individual taxpayers

• The IRS’ treatment of small businesses

• The IRS’ expectations of its employees

• The IRS’ work culture

• The IRS’ handling of its finances

• Advice given to taxpayers by the IRS

• IRS policy and enforcement

… and more

Click here to read Audit IRS Key Issues List

Every year, the IRS touches the lives of 246.23 million Americans who file tax returns, and has a much greater effect on the lives of the million or so Americans who are subjected to audits.

At any time, the IRS can demand up to six years of accurate financial information. Failure to provide this information can result in large fines and penalties, even in the absence of due legal process.

Unfortunately, the IRS does not meet the standards of transparency that it enforces on others. Lacking public oversight or accountability, the agency has frequently denied requests for information, ignored subpoenas and destroyed records. It has also been found to provide misleading and inaccurate information in response to legal requests.

Anything you share with us will be kept in the strictest confidence. We never publish personally identifying information. We also offer assistance to individuals who have been victimized by unprofessionalism or corruption within the IRS. Just check the “I need help” box when completing the form.

Thank you for help.

To learn more about the people conducting this audit visit:

www.TaxRevolution.us