Statutory Notice of Deficiency Archives - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Statutory Notice of Deficiency

Understanding what you are up against with the IRS can be frustrating on many levels. When it comes to the terminology they throw around, especially acronyms, what you will find is that even seasoned veterans quite often pull out specialty reference manuals or what I...

By law, the IRS has the authority to collect outstanding Federal taxes for 10 years from the date your tax liability was assessed. The 10-year collection period is suspended: ●  while the IRS and the Ofice of Appeals consider a request for an installment agreement or an offer in compromise. ●  from...

IF you find yourself 'running out of time' on the 90 day period, filing a tax court petition and paying court fees and representing yourself pro-se or hiring a tax court lawyer are last choice decisions. They are costly and tax court I hate to...

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...

If you get a bill this summer for late taxes, you are expected by the IRS to promptly pay the tax owed including any penalties and interest. First you should consider appealing the determination based on merit and evidence. For more information on...

Currently Not Collectible means that a taxpayer has no ability to pay his or her tax debts. The IRS can declare a taxpayer "currently not collectible," after the IRS receives evidence that a taxpayer has no ability to pay. Such evidence is usually obtained from...

Filing and Paying on Time Saves MoneyIf you have a balance due and do not pay by April 15, you are subject to a failure-to-pay penalty. If you cannot complete your return and file it by April 15, you may request an extension of time...

The IRS provides an appeals system for those who do not agree with the results of a tax return examination or with other adjustments to their tax liability. Here are the top seven things to know when it comes to your appeal rights. When the IRS...

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