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Your client can amend taxes filed up to 3 years from the filing deadline, and it would be beneficial to tell the auditor that is your client's intention. The amendment can either be mailed to the IRS or given directly to the auditor at the review meeting. The audit will then likely get postponed/delayed.
Please be aware, however, that your client can utilize Form 1040X, but will have to provide substantiating documentation for the changes as well as a sworn statement. Any amendment without such documentation will probably get rejected and trigger additional audits.
Please also be aware that the IRS is not required to accept your client's amendment while being under an audit examination. Even though the IRS claims that an amendment assists in the data review process, the IRS has the discretion to accept or reject it and determine its own independent calculations.
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