We have a long track record of successfully defending our clients in IRS audits. We've got a really good measure of technical skill at the firm and can deal with things that are extremely complex. We can make simple audits go away very quickly. Even if I don't have any magic beans in my desk and I can't make your liability just magically disappear, the strategy and the thought and effort that we put in and the preparation work tends to yield very positive results for our clients. We're very comfortable moving through the tax procedure chain and dealing with IRS examination at all levels. There's a certain strategy to an audit because the audit and a tax return will ultimately tell a story and the question that you have to ask yourself is who's going to tell that story. If you get out in front of an audit and you put the investment into the preparation, you can usually save yourself a lot of time, money and headache and mitigate any penalties that are associated with the audit. Now obviously that's on a case-by-case basis, but we have a long track record of results. We're really good at advocating on our client's behalf and we're really good at getting people out of audits for less liability than they would have going in it by themselves.