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Office Audit

An IRS audit conducted at its own office. Office audits are not conducted in conjunction with the taxpayer because the matter at hand is thought to be relatively simple.
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An office auditor conducts less complicated office audits and is only required to have completed two accounting courses; revenue agents, in contrast, conduct more complicated audits and must have at least 20 hours of accounting courses.
The UK National Audit Office audits the accounts of all government departments, agencies and a wide range of public bodies.
Mail, office audits, the procedure of being audited at an IRS office, and finally, field audits, where the IRS audits individuals or businesses in their homes or offices.
The IRS has stated that some taxpayers may be contacted by telephone to schedule office audits.
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Executive summaries of these -- and all City Controller's Office audits -- may also be viewed by visiting the Office's Internet Web site at http://www.
Prior to this, he was an audit follow-up analyst with the Office of the DoD Inspector General (DoD IG), where he performed analyses and follow- up of DoD IG and General Accounting Office audits and participated in special projects for the DoD Ethics Program and President s Council on
She was instrumental in defining the function and setting the direction of management improvements recommended by recent Department of Justice and General Accounting Office audits.
A district office audit may be an office visit where the taxpayer goes to an IRS facility or a field audit held at the place of business.

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