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IRS Mediation

The first thing that I always do when investigating a tax dispute is pull the transcripts from the IRS for review. They can be really hard to read if you don't understand the Transaction Codes referenced. Transaction Codes are defined in IRS Document 6209 - Section...

Look on the IRS notice or letter you received in the upper right hand corner for an alpha numeric sequence.  The corresponding IRS explanations below to their Notices and letters are sub categorized as follows: 1. Redesigned Notices 2. Other Notices 3. Individual Filer 4. Business Filer Redesigned Notices Notice Number Description Topic CP01H You...

If you don't have the money to pay your taxes you should file your return on time and pay as much as you can with the return to eliminate the late filing penalty and minimize the late payment penalty/interest charges. For tax year 2011, qualifying individuals...

Treasury Regulation 1.274-5 allows for a deduction without complete documentation if you can show that you have 'substantially complied' with adequate adequate record keeping requirements. This statute is code for ...

The IRS as many of you are painfully aware is often looked upon as accusing first without due process requiring the tax payer to shoulder the burden of proof in regards to his or her innocence relevant to the Internal Revenue Code.  In other words...

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not formally evaluating its enforcement employees’ job performance based on quotas or other records of tax enforcement results, according to a new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) contrary to the opinion of many. The IRS...

According to a report filed by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration there has been a 19 % increase of enforcement personnel serving in the Collection and Examination function of the IRS since Fiscal Year 2006. Whereas on average overall IRS staffing increased 4 percent during...

Basically the simple answer is file your tax forms with both the US Federal government and applicable state governments.  Start by filing the previous 3 years of income tax returns ASAP. It is possible the IRS may have already filed returns for you. Under Section 6020(b)...

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