Appeals Mediation Programs Part VI

IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    Appeals Mediation Programs Part VI Formal Written Protest (continued) Alert: Representatives who submit the protest must use the applicable penalties of perjury statement below, based upon whether they have personal knowledge regarding the information stated in the protest and accompanying documents:  Your (or your representative’s) signature under the penalties…

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Appeals Mediation Programs Part V

IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    Appeals Mediation Programs Part V Formal Written Protest (cont) In your formal protest, include a statement that you want to appeal the changes proposed by the IRS and include all of the following: “Under penalties of perjury, I declare to the best of my knowledge and belief, the information…

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Appeals Mediation Programs Part IV

IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    Appeals Mediation Programs Part IV Formal Written Protest A formal written protest is required if the proposed change to the total amount of tax and penalties for any tax period is more than $25,000 in the letter you received. The total amount includes the proposed increase or decrease in…

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Appeals Mediation Programs Part III

IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    Appeals Mediation Programs Part III Small Case Request If the total amount of tax and penalties for each tax period involved is $25,000 or less in the letter you received, you may make a small case request instead of filing a formal written protest. See next week’s Tuesday Tax…

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Appeals Mediation Programs Part II

IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    Appeals Mediation Programs Part II Protests You must submit a written protest to request an Appeals conference. The Appeals employee assigned to your case will use your protest to prepare for the Appeals conference. Refer to Notice 609, Privacy Act Notice, for more information about how the IRS uses…

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Appeals Mediation Programs Part I

IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    Appeals Mediation Programs Part I In certain IRS cases, you may request an expedited dispute resolution process called Fast Track Settlement (FTS). The disputed issue must be fully developed and the IRS must agree to participate in this process. During FTS, your case remains in the examiner’s jurisdiction while…

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IRS Independent Office of Appeals:   

If you do not agree with the IRS…and Do Nothing… Part IV IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    If you do not agree with the IRS…and Do Nothing… Part IV If You Do Nothing… And Your Case Is… A denial of a request for innocent spouse relief The IRS Will… Generally send you a final…

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IRS Independent Office of Appeals:   

If you do not agree with the IRS…and Do Nothing… Part III IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    If you do not agree with the IRS…and Do Nothing… Part III If You Do Nothing… And Your Case Is… A rejection of an offer in compromise (OIC) based on doubt as to liability.   The IRS Will……

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IRS Independent Office of Appeals:   

If you do not agree with the IRS…and Do Nothing… Part II IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    If you do not agree with the IRS…and Do Nothing… Part II If You Do Nothing… And Your Case Is… A denial of a claim for refund The IRS Will… Send you a notice of claim disallowance…

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IRS Independent Office of Appeals:   

If you do not agree with the IRS…and Do Nothing… Part I IRS Independent Office of Appeals:    If you do not agree with the IRS…and Do Nothing… Part I If You Do Nothing… And Your Case Is… An examination of your income, estate (and generation-skipping transfer), gift (and generation-skipping transfer), or certain excise taxes…

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