Most sales tax audits begin when you receive a notice from the Washington
State Department of Revenue. The auditors will schedule an initial meeting
to address the nature of the audit.
After the Department devises an audit plan, auditors will conduct an examination
by reviewing your books and records and compare all reported sales to
your state sales tax return. In general, auditors can look through three
to four years’ worth of your documents to find any error.
Once the examination phase is finished, the auditor will issue a final
assessment. If you do not agree with the auditor’s findings, you
may appeal or protest the assessment.
Not only can Washington Sales Tax Helper LLC handle the audit on your behalf
and keep the auditors at bay while you concentrate on business operations,
but we can also fight the assessment and protect your businesses’
rights. Do not wait to let us guide you through each step of the audit process.