If your tax debt situation with the IRS (either through dealing with them yourself or with other representation) has resulted in an outcome you believe is less than fair and equitable, you have the right to appeal the IRS’s decision. The IRS has a special department devoted to this called the IRS Appeals Division. Expert representation before the IRS Appeals Division is critical in order for you to have the best opportunity for a satisfactory resolution in your favor.
The objective of the IRS Appeals Division is to resolve disputes between taxpayers and the IRS, but the rules governing the appeals process are precise and must be adhered to exactly. The appeal is your chance to re-state your case and to explain why you should be given another evaluation. US Tax Shield attorneys are highly knowledgeable about the appeals process, including deadlines and necessary forms, records, and documentation. We will provide you with all the support you will need to gain a satisfactory outcome.
Among the determinations that can be appealed are:
- Penalties, including trust fund recovery penalty
- Offers in compromise
- Employment tax adjustments
- Tax return adjustments
- Abatement of interest
- Determination of fraud
- Other claims
You Have a Right to Tax Representation
If you have been contacted by the IRS or your state’s Department of Taxation, or have received tax liens, levies, or notices of IRS intention to do so, call 877-829-3535 today for your free 15 minute tax analysis and consultation and get IRS help.