Appealing a Denial of Innocent Spouse Relief

July 18, 2017

If you file a claim for innocent spouse relief, you will know the status of your claim when the IRS issues you a Notice of Preliminary Determination. This notice contains information regarding the decision of the IRS, as well as the basis for their decision. If you disagree with this initial determination, you are entitled…
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Filing for an Audit Reconsideration Request with the IRS

April 30, 2017

An audit reconsideration is an administrative process used by the IRS to reexamine a previous audit’s results in which additional tax was assessed and is still unpaid, or in which a tax credit was reversed. Apart from disputing or disagreeing with an initial audit assessment, other common reasons to request an audit reconsideration are: Being…
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Appealing a Tax Audit

April 5, 2017

The result of a tax audit is often an assessment of back taxes, penalties, interest, and possibly even criminal sanctions. Unknown to many is that taxpayers who receive unfavorable adjustment rulings from an audit have the right to disagree with the IRS and appeal the final results of the audit. The primary objective of the…
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All About IRS Tax Appeals

December 19, 2016

An IRS tax appeal is a common way of resolving disagreements with the IRS which apply to the items reported on your tax return. If your tax return was examined recently and you received written notice of an adjustment to your tax return, such as disallowing a credit or deduction, then you have the right…
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