You’ve done your research, filed your paperwork, and made your case to the IRS – but you didn’t get the result you were hoping for. Unfortunately, the IRS doesn’t always rule in the taxpayer’s favor when considering an agreement or balance contest. Like a challenge to a court’s ruling, the IRS appeals process is a resource to challenge the decision about your tax issue – and possibly reverse it.
Like most experiences you will have with the federal agency, the appeals process requires meticulous attention to detail and an understanding of the limited timeframe.
The Appeals Process: In short, the appeals process is complex. The licensed tax professionals at Tax Defense Network can work within the narrow timeframe to examine every aspect of your argument, suggest additional information to include and execute your IRS tax appeal according to tax law. Frequent communication and status updates help you to feel at ease.
You vs. the IRS Appeals Division
Time, experience with complex tax issues and a well-formed argument are must-haves when submitting an appeal. If your appeal is denied, you’ll be left facing the same tax problem. Trust a tax debt resolution professional to handle your appeals process and deal with the IRS on your behalf.
The IRS already ruled on your case – don’t try to go at it alone. Getting help from the pros can potentially transform your situation so you can get on with living.