Tuesday Tax Tip

Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part VI)

Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part VI):   How do you appeal a lien, levy or seizure action if you have been contacted by a Revenue Officer?   If you disagree with the decision of the Revenue Officer, you must first request a conference with the Collection manager. If […]
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Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part V)

Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part V):     How do you appeal a lien or levy action if your only collection contact has been a notice or telephone call?   Call the IRS at the telephone number shown on your notice or identified by the IRS employee in […]
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Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part IV)

Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part IV):   Collection actions you may appeal under CAP – Wrongful Levy:   If you are not liable for tax and the IRS has levied or seized property that you believe belongs to you or in which you have an interest superior to […]
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Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part III)

Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part III):   Collection actions you may appeal under CAP – Notice of Levy:   You may appeal before or after the IRS places a levy on your wages, bank account or other property. Once the levy proceeds have been sent to the IRS, […]
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Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part II)

Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part II):   The CAP procedure is available under more circumstances than Collection Due Process (CDP). Unlike CDP, you may not challenge in CAP the existence or amount of your tax liability. You also cannot proceed to court if you don’t agree with Appeals’ […]
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Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part I)

Office of Appeals – Hearing available Under Collection Appeals Program (CAP) (Part I):   For the last several weeks we have explored the Appeal’s hearing available under the Collection Due Process (CDP) for lien and levy notices. The IRS has another procedure that is available to most taxpayers under more circumstances than the Collection Due […]
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