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Can Form 843 Professionals: What You Should Know

How Can the IRS Recover Taxes It Assessed? There are two ways in which the IRS can recover taxes that were assessed against you. One way is that the IRS may be able to recover the income tax, if you are a U.S. taxpayer, or you are a resident of a state that has a zero tax liability as evidenced by you not being subject to any state income tax. The amount the IRS can recover from you depends on what the IRS can prove after reviewing the actual tax documents you filed. In addition, the IRS may be able to recover the excess tax, if the IRS assessed additional tax on the amount you owe in addition to the tax assessed. In addition to the IRS, individuals, estates, trusts, partnerships, and S corporations can also recover their taxes. How Can My Taxpayer Advocate Help Me? If you are a taxpayer struggling with an IRS audit, the Taxpayer Advocate Service can help you by helping you prepare statements of your taxes to use in court and helping you avoid mistakes that the IRS could find. The TAS also offers various IRS forms to help you with your current or past taxes.

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