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IRS Appeals Representation FAQ

March 25, 2014

Need to File an Appeal? Ditch Your Original Tax Preparer

First of all, if the only way to obtain an Appeal is to file a Tax Court Petition because your original Tax Preparer allowed the time […]
March 25, 2014

Why to call the Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing

Representing yourself before the Appellate Division of the IRS is a patently bad idea. To do so is akin to representing yourself in front of a […]
March 25, 2014

How to Know if it’s Time To Request an Appeals Conference

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 […]
March 25, 2014

What types of IRS collection actions can be appealed?

Almost any collection action taken by the IRS can be appealed including for example: Rejection of an Offer in Compromise. Rejection of an Installment Agreement. Proposed […]
March 25, 2014

Can’t Reach an Agreement with the IRS Office of Appeals?

In most instances, you may be eligible to take your case to Tax Court if you don’t reach an agreement at your Appeals conference, or if […]
March 25, 2014

Protections to ensure the appeals office is independent

Appeals vigorously protects your right to a “fresh and independent look” at your case. As Appeals considers your case by law, “exparte communications” are generally prohibited. […]