New Zealand New Zealand +64 9373 2949 Australia Australia +61 2 9211 7130

IRS Notices & Assessments in Australia

Receiving an IRS tax assessment notice or audit can be a stressful time. Fortunately, US Global Tax is here to help. As the leading tax professionals dealing with the IRS in Australia, we're here to help you deal with any issues detailed in your tax notice from the IRS. Contact us today for the help you need or continue reading below to learn more about IRS notices and assessments.

Contact us

What is a tax assessment notice?

The United States IRS sometimes issues tax assessment notices or letters to US taxpayers living in Australia. These notices are sent for a variety of reasons, such as a specific issue with your federal income tax return or to notify you of changes to your tax account. Sometimes these notices will simply request further information like a change of address or phone number. Other times, however, they will request a payment to the IRS.

To ensure that these notices are handled properly, you will benefit greatly from expert tax knowledge. Navigating these options by yourself can be both risky and challenging. Significant fines could be imposed if your IRS notice is left unresolved. Without effectively exploring your payment options, you may struggle to meet your additional IRS payments, resulting in further penalties and interest. This might occur because of a simple misunderstanding between the Internal Revenue Service and the taxpayer.

Experts on the IRS in Australia

We here at US Global Tax are Federally Authorised Tax Practitioners (IRS Enrolled Agents). This means we can represent taxpayers at all levels before the IRS from here in Australia (in non-criminal proceedings). Furthermore, we can ensure confidentiality privilege.

If you are a US citizen living in Australia who has received an IRS tax notice and are unsure how to deal with it, contact US Global Tax today.

Contact us today

Leave us a message and one of our team will be in touch shortly!

Word of mouth
Billboard/Outdoor Advertising
TV Advertising
Google Search

Who needs a to file a US tax return?

  • National Association of tax professionals logo
  • IRS Enrolled Agent logo
  • National Association of Enrolled Agents logo
  • Xero Certified Advisor logo