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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 843 Appeals

Instructions and Help about Form 843 Appeals

Hello Anthony hello Claudia we're here today to talk about IRS appeals and I think the overall feeling at the firm is that dealing with IRS appeals is actually not too bad it's not a bad department that's true okay so why would you file an IRS appeal many reasons that's usually when it's something you sort of you know if you if you follow procedures or you kind of honor them automatically have an appeals where you're assessed something in an audit or there's some collection and the IRS wants to take so why wouldn't you do this because they have discretion that the normal channels don't have they can kind of look at something to say you know what this just isn't a good there's a more fair result and we don't necessarily need to go by the book we can we can look at some other factors so it's something that if we have the opportunity we usually always want to take it's also one of the reasons why we're trying to tell people look if you're getting a tax from trouble it's better to come at it you know sooner rather than later because sometimes you can burn up those appeals by not responding to the IRS and those appeals can really be valuable yep okay now if you do want to request an IRS appeal you request an IRS appeal conference by filing a written request protesting their decision now there's two different types of Appeals there's collection due process collections appeals process program excuse me so collection due process CDP is available if you receive one of the following notices because the IRS has a lot of different notices they love notices mm-hmm okay so notice of federal tax lien mm-hmm filing in your...

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