If you aren’t satisfied with the IRS’ determination of your tax issue, you can appeal to the Office of Appeals – an independent organization that helps resolve tax disputes between the IRS and the taxpayers. An independent body, the Office of Appeals, does not take sides and ensures both the parties involved – the IRS and the taxpayer – reach a mutually agreeable solution without having to appeal to the Tax Court.
Types of IRS Appeals
One of the most common types of IRS tax appeals is a “Request for a Collection Due Process” or “Due Process Hearing”. We generally file an appeal for a client once the IRS issues them a final notice of intent to levy. The notice is generally delivered via certified mail. The IRS letter informs the taxpayer about their right to appeal.
Another common type of Appeal is ”Rejected Offer in Compromise”. This is considered your final opportunity within administrative process to negotiate the submitted Offer In Compromise. A blank Form 12203 typically arrives in the mail along with the Rejected Offer.
In addition, we also handle all other types of appeals.
Why Choose Us?
Final notices require immediate attention and it is unadvisable for a layman to call the IRS on their own. Our team of seasoned professionals handles the entire process on your behalf, starting from speaking to the IRS Agent, to conducting your hearing and negotiating a favorable way out. Your entire financial future could be compromised if IRS issues are not handled appropriately. However, when you choose us, you can rely on the experience and expertise of our lawyer and team to help you with your tax issues, no matter the complexity involved.
Need more Info?
If you need any assistance in matters related to IRS appeals or filing tax returns, feel free to get in touch with us. You can call us at (972) 734-1171 or fill out our contact form, and we will get back to you shortly.