You are ready to request an Appeals conference or hearing if you can explain why you disagree.
Valid grounds for disagreement with an IRS finding can be based on misapplication of tax law, misapplication of the underlying facts in your matter or the taking of an improper action by the IRS.
If you need help in deciding whether the IRS made an incorrect decision due to misinterpreting the law, the facts or the extent of their power to act, the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing can definitely be of assistance.
If you believe the IRS did not properly apply the law due to a misunderstanding of the facts, to prevail in an appeal you must be prepared to clarify and support your position. If you believe the facts used by the IRS are incorrect, then you need to have records or other support available to back up your position. If you believe the IRS is taking an inappropriate collection action against you, or you do not agree with Collection’s denial of your offer in compromise or installment agreement, you would be well served to retain competent Tax Counsel to effectively argue your position such as the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing.
How to Know if it’s Time To Request an Appeals Conference was last modified: May 17th, 2016 by Tax