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Forensic Audit Approaches Used by the IRS

Direct methods involve probing missing income by pointing to specific items of income that do not appear on the tax return. In direct methods, the agents use conventional auditing techniques such as looking for canceled checks of customers, deed records of real estate transactions, public records and other direct evidence of unreported income.

Indirect methods use economic reality and financial status techniques in which the taxpayer’s finances are reconstructed through circumstantial evidence.

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