IRS Audit Archives - Page 7 of 10 - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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IRS Audit

The Taxpayer Advocate's 2010 annual report to congress describes continuing concern that IRS collection practices inflict unnecessary harm on financially struggling taxpayers and fail to achieve the IRS’s overriding objective of increasing long-term voluntary compliance with the tax laws.  “Tax collection requires a delicate balancing...

If you decide you want to present your dispute to IRS Appeals, you will need to prepare a request for Appeals and mail it to the office that sent you the decision letter. There are essentially 2 types of requests For Appealing an Examination 1.  Small...

The PPIA is an installment agreement that pays back less than what is owed to the IRS because of the expiration of the statue of limitations for collection. It is requested by filing out  IRS form 433. The PPIA was formally authorized in the American...

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