It’s the type of nightmare that could make a person wake up in a cold sweat: you get a letter that says the IRS is going to audit your business, and you haven’t kept any kind of organized records. You’re missing all sorts of documentation and receipts for business expenses.
If you’re facing this worst-case scenario, you’re probably a little stressed. We’re here to help, and to tell you that you can get through this — you don’t need to flee to Mexico or buy a fake mustache and glasses. In this article, we’ll talk through your situation and explain how to put yourself in the best possible position to survive your audit.