Stop messing around, take it to IRS Appeals - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Stop messing around, take it to IRS Appeals

Stop messing around, take it to IRS Appeals

My mantra lately is becoming …. ‘take it to appeals. Stop messing around.’ The Appeals function offers an additional forum for taxpayers to resolve conflicts and mediate disputes with all operating divisions inside the IRS. The IRS Appeals function should be viewed as an asset to the tax payer. The IRS Appeals function is substantially backlogged as I write this post which is favorable if you need time but unfavorable if you just want to get a matter resolved so as to move on.

Most importantly, know your IRS Collection Appeal Rights



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