IRS Appeals – the right IRS Problem solution for you?

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Issues with the Internal Revenue Service can be a drag. The following types of IRS Problems can be handled with an IRS Appeal:  Click here to read or watch more IRS Help resources.

Tax audit results

Penalties assessed

Interest accrued

Notice of Federal Tax lien placement

IRS Tax levy placement

IRS Asset seizures

Offer in Compromise rejections

You may be receiving an IRS missive telling you that you can appeal the decision in the event that you’re in this situation. If you do not agree with the bureau, then don’t sign the agreement form that you received. An appeals hearing may then be demanded.

Take a close look. You may owe the IRS money and got bill. In this case, there is no possibility of an appeal. An appeals hearing isn’t a possibility if you can’t afford to pay what you owe to the Internal Revenue Service.

Prepare to give your reasons for disagreeing with the IRS decision. You will have to be able to support your reasons with documents.

Peruse the missive to find out how to prepare your request for an appeal, where to send the request, the deadline for receipt of the request, and what details must be included with the request.
Take note that interest and penalties will go on being accrued on your bill, even if you have sent a request for an appeal.

Appeals hearings may be informal, done by correspondence, telephone, or in person. You will be happy to hear that most disagreements with the Internal Revenue Service are fixed in appeals.

Your appeal’s timeframe is determined by the type of situation you are appealing and the time it takes for the IRS to review your file. After you have sent your request, it takes 90 days before an appeals hearing happens. Touch base with the Internal Revenue Service office where your appeal was mailed to if you haven’t heard from them in ninety days and they should be able to tell you when it was received. The 90-day timeframe for your hearing starts there.

The appeals officer can give you a more accurate timeframe. It could take a year to resolve an appeal.

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