Tuesday Tax Tip

Hearing Available Under Collection Due Process (CDP) (Part II)

Hearing Available Under Collection Due Process (CDP) (Part II) For Levy Notices: For each tax and period, the IRS is required to notify you the first time it collects or intends to collect a tax liability by taking your property or rights to property The IRS does this by issuing you a pre-levy or post-levy […]
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Hearing Available Under Collection Due Process (CDP) (Part I)

Hearing Available Under Collection Due Process (CDP) (Part I) For Lien Notices: By law, you have the right to a CDP hearing when you receive a Notice advising you of this right and you timely postmark a request for a hearing to the address indicated on the Notice. You are limited to one hearing under […]
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Your Collection Appeal Rights (Part II)

Your Collection Appeal Rights (Part II)   The two main procedures to appeal IRS collection activities are the Collection Due Process (CDP) and Collection Appeals Program (CAP) discussed in last week’s blog post. CAP generally results in a quicker Appeals decision and is available for a broader range of collection actions. However, you cannot go […]
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Your Collection Appeal Rights (Part I)

Your Collection Appeal Rights (Part I)   You may appeal many IRS collection actions to the IRS Office of Appeals (Appeals). Appeals is separate from and independent of the IRS Collection office that initiated the collection action. Appeals ensures and protects its independence by adhering to a strict policy of prohibiting certain ex parte communications […]
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How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting a Withdrawal of a Lien – Option Two    Part VI

How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting a Withdrawal of a Lien – Option Two    Part VI A “withdrawal” removes the public Notice of Federal Tax Lien and assures that the IRS is not competing with other creditors for your property; however, you are still liable for the amount due. For eligibility, […]
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How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting a Withdrawal of a Lien – Option One    Part V

How Do You Remove a Lien Against Your Property?   Requesting a Withdrawal of a Lien – Option One    Part V A “withdrawal” removes the public Notice of Federal Tax Lien and assures that the IRS is not competing with other creditors for your property; however, you are still liable for the amount due. For eligibility, […]
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