IRS Appeals Representation FAQ

March 25, 2014

How Do I Successfully Protest an IRS Audit Decision?

Where contesting the results of an audit, the taxpayer must file a written protest the basic format of which should include the following: a statement that […]
March 25, 2014

How to appeal a collection action instituted by IRS

You may appeal many IRS collection actions to the IRS Office of Appeals (Appeals). The two main procedures are Collection Due Process (CDP) and Collection Appeals […]
March 25, 2014

What to do if I don’t agree with the IRS audit results?

If you don’t agree with any or all of the IRS findings given you, you may request a meeting or a telephone conference with the supervisor […]
March 25, 2014

Failed to Respond to Notice of Deficiency within 90 Days?

If you do not file a petition in Tax Court within 90 days, the proposed tax changes, interest, and penalties become assessed and owed whether or […]
March 25, 2014

What exactly is the function of the IRS Appeals Office?

Appeals is the administrative appeals office for the IRS. The Appeals Office is separate from – and independent of – the IRS Office taking the action […]
March 25, 2014

How is the IRS Appeals Office required to treat taxpayers?

Appeals Office Commitments: Explain your appeal rights and the Appeals process Listen to your concerns, be courteous and professional Be timely and responsive Be fair and […]