Bloch, Rothman & Associates

Denver's leader in tax preparation and tax resolution issues


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Bloch, Rothman and Associates was established in 1983 as one of Denver's most reputable and trustworthy accounting firms.

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Dealing with a tax issue can be overwhelming. Bloch Rothman is your Denver accountant for disputes with the IRS.

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Bloch Rothman is Denver’s leader in tax preparation and tax resolution issues. Our experienced accountants will get you back on track with the IRS. As Denver’s top accounting firm, we also provide payroll services and general accounting for you or your business. Bloch Rothman also serves Aurora for general accounting services. Dealing with IRS can be extremely stressful. Whether its getting your tax returns filed on time or negotiating past tax debt, Bloch Rothman will restore your peace of mind. Most importantly, our staff treats each client with the utmost accuracy and personal attention. Bloch Rothman, the number one accounting firm in Denver

Our Denver accountants are seasoned experts in all accounting areas. We carry an A+ rating for our services with the Better Business Bureau, and enjoy a local reputation as a leader in the Denver and Aurora accounting fields. We provide accounting services in Denver and Aurora to a variety of industries and work with individuals, joint ventures, non-profit organizations, small businesses, and large corporations alike.

We utilize the very best and latest software versions, so you can be sure to receive accurate and timely reports and statements. As an added bonus, we offer expert guidance that will help you master the financial aspects of your business. To those who choose us as their Denver accountants, we pledge to take care of all of your financial needs including payroll services, personal tax preparation, tax planning, tax litigation, property, business taxes and more. Our meticulous approach to accounting and taxation is an excellent value for any Denver business. Our team of trusted professionals have been serving the Denver and Aurora area for almost thirty years. When it comes to financial needs such as accounting and tax preparations at the lowest prices, we can work with almost any budget. For a FREE initial consultation, contact us at 303-321-7160 or browse our full site for more information.

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6 Ways to Avoid a Tax Audit in Denver


February 2, 2016

As you gear up for tax season, you may have the nagging concern: “What if I get audited?” While there can be an element of randomness in whom the IRS decides to audit, there are a few red-flag situations where an audit may be more likely—thus requiring the help of a Denver accountant. But don’t fret just yet. We’ve compiled a list of ways you can avoid a tax audit, or at least make it a little less likely:
  1. Report all income – It’s not just about your W-2. If you have Form 1099 income from freelancing or other contract work, stock dividends, or interest, you must report all of it. Remember that the IRS already knows what’s listed on your 1099s, so if you avoid reporting it, chances are likely they’ll figure it out. The same is true if you’re self-employed and want to hide income by claiming personal expenses as losses (called Schedule C losses). Do this one too many times and the IRS may wonder how your business is surviving…and may come knocking.
  2. Stay error-free – Simple math errors can put a spotlight on your tax return and cause the IRS to want to look deeper. And even if those errors were completely accidental in nature, even the most innocent mistake can be problematic. The best thing to do is to double- and triple-check every number, especially if you plan to do your own taxes. For peace of mind, we recommend that you work with a tax professional, if possible.
  3. Avoid estimations – If there are too many round numbers on your tax return (such as $100, $500, or $1,000), you could be trying to estimate instead of being precise. While it’s OK to round to the nearest dollar—say, from $95.85 up to $96—it’s not OK to make that leap to $100. If that’s the case, the IRS could get suspicious.
  4. Take care with business and home office deductions – Often people are tempted to claim nearly everything as a business deduction, but the true question to ask is: was the expense absolutely necessary to your business or work duties? If not, it’s better to leave it alone. In the same vein, claiming your home office as a deduction isn’t a good idea if you don’t work or run a business from a dedicated space within your home. Answering occasional work-related emails from your laptop in your living room doesn’t qualify.
  5. Use common sense in charitable deductions – Once again, too much of anything is not a good thing where the IRS is concerned. And the same is true for charitable deductions. While giving to charity affords you the right to a tax write-off, most people who deduct for charity claim it as a very small percentage of their income. So don’t report false donations, especially if your income is $60,000 per year and you’re claiming $30,000 in charitable contributions. 
For more on this topic, check out Forbes.com’s list of ways to invite an IRS audit

Whether you need personal or business tax preparation, or in the event you find yourself facing an IRS audit, contact the Denver tax specialists at Bloch, Rothman & Associates. We can help you navigate the process and will communicate with the IRS on your behalf, so you can clear up any tax controversy and get on with your life. Call us today for a free consultation: 303-321-7160.
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