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How the IRS audits your business

Be prepared: A good defense is the best offense. The IRS Audit Guides are an open book. These tell you what the IRS examiners look for when auditing you business. These guides were developed to train the IRS examiners for a particular industry. These Audit Guides contain IRS examination techniques, common and unique industry issues, business practices, industry terminology, and other information to assist IRS examiners in performing examinations.

Artist and Galleries
Auto Dealerships
Autobody and Auto Repair
Aviation Tax
Bail Bond Industry
Bars and Restaurants
Beauty Shops and Barber Shops
Bed and Breakfasts
Business Consultants
Car Wash Industry
Carpentry and Framing
Child Care Providers
Coal Excise Tax
Commercial Banking
Commercial Printing
Computer Electronic and High Tech
Construction Industry
Entertainment and Music Industry
Farm Hobby Losses Cattle and Horse
Farming and Coopertatives
Furniture Manufacturers
Garden Supplies
Garment Contractors
Garment Manufacturers
Gas Retailers
General Livestock
Grain Farmers
Hardwood Timber Industry
Independent Used Car Dealers
Laundromat Industry
Lawsuit Award and Settlement
Low Income Housing Credit
Manufacturing Industry
Masonry and Concrete
Mobile Food Vendors
Oil and Gas
Pizza Restaurants
Port Indusrties
Poultry Industry
Reforestation Industry
Rehabilitation Industry
Retail Gift Sn Tax Credit
Retail Liqour Industry
Scrap Metal Industry
Shareholder Loans
Sport Franchises
Swine Farm Industry
Tobacco Industry
Trucking Industry
Veterinary Medicine
Wine Industry

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