Situations that would not qualify for IRS Fast Track Mediation - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Situations that would not qualify for IRS Fast Track Mediation

Situations that would not qualify for IRS Fast Track Mediation

  1. Issues for which there is no legal precedent

  2. Issues where the courts have rendered opposing or differing decisions in different jurisdictions

  3. Industry Specialization Program issues

  4. An issue for which you filed a request for competent authority assistance

  5. Service Center penalty appeals cases

  6. Service Center Offer in Compromise cases

  7. Collection Appeals Program cases

  8. Automated Collection System cases

  9. Constitutional issues