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What Taxpayers Need to Know About Fighting IRS Penalties

Can you get rid of an IRS penalty? There are many reasons why the IRS may assess a penalty against a delinquent taxpayer. However, IRS penalties may be challenged at any stage of the penalty assessment process and be granted in limited cases. This can save taxpayers significant money if they act promptly. Qualifying

2020-09-23T18:40:51-05:00March 21, 2019|Categories: IRS|Tags: , |

More Options for Fighting the IRS: Equivalent Hearings and the Collection Appeals Program

Receiving an IRS collection notice is very stressful, but taxpayers do have rights to challenge the IRS. In a previous post, we discussed the right to request a Collection Due Process (CDP) Hearing. This remedy can be very useful in many circumstances, but there are other options. Equivalent Hearing Where the taxpayer fails to

2020-09-23T19:20:33-05:00December 3, 2018|Categories: IRS|Tags: , |

6 Things You Should Know About Collection Due Process Hearings

A Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing is an important option for taxpayers giving them the right to appeal IRS lien and levy actions. The CDP hearing was introduced 20 years ago to protect taxpayers from overreaching by the IRS. It is now used routinely. However, whether or not to request a CDP hearing depends

2020-09-15T20:39:24-05:00May 21, 2018|Categories: IRS|Tags: , |

How to Use a Collection Due Process Hearing to Fight the IRS

Since 1998, taxpayers have had an important right available to them to help them protest an IRS collection action and settle a tax debt. They have the right to request a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing. CDP hearings can provide tremendous benefits, providing a fair and equitable process for both the IRS and taxpayers.

2020-10-09T00:01:07-05:00November 15, 2016|Categories: IRS|Tags: , |
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