A Georgia sales tax audit starts with a notice from the state revenue agency.
The following steps include meeting with state representatives to discuss
the reason behind the audit and then conduct an examination by comparing
three to four years' worth of your taxpayer’s books and records
to all reported items on the sales tax return.
At the end of the audit, the auditors list their findings on the sales
and use tax audit report. If you disagree with the auditors’ assessment,
you file a contest or protest the findings and perhaps litigate your case.
Whether you are going through the audit process or interested in protesting
the state revenue agency’s findings, Georgia Sales Tax Helper LLC
can challenge and work with state sales tax auditors to settle your case.
We have helped thousands of clients overcome their sales tax issues.