Who can help me? Please help I am totally lost as to what to do?

I have been audited for my 2015 taxes.  The IRS is asking for canceled checks.  they have disallowed every deduction that I have made.  It is a "mail audit" I really need help they are accessing fines and all. I have never been audited before. I do not know who can help me


Personally I would seek local professional assistance in this matter ... but if you can't support the deductions you took then expect them to be denied. 

If you purchased Audit Defense for your tax return, call Tax Resources, Inc. at 877-829-9695, or report your notice on their web site at http://intuit.taxaudit.com/. Do not contact the IRS. Let Tax Resources contact them for you.

This is the membership email you should have gotten:  https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1901569-when-will-i-get-my-audit-defense-membership-kit

If you did not purchase Audit Defense:

TurboTax has a special phone number for help with IRS tax letters, which will be easier than going through regular Customer Support.   At the page below, click on the blue button that says "Get Help from TurboTax Support".  Then it will ask you what tax year is your letter.  Then it will ask you what the letter concerns. Then it will show you the phone number during posted business hours.


Also see the following link on the IRS web site for more help.

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