An Experienced Attorney To Help You Take On An IRS Appeal
When the IRS completes an audit over you, you are left with two options: either agree with the decision, and pay any costs they have stated, or you can appeal their decision, and fight for the outcome you think is right. If you choose to appeal the IRS’s decision, you need to know that it is not often a quick or easy process at all. Thankfully we at Robert S. Thomas, Attorney at Law can help you take on your appeal.
Before you prepare a request for appeals on a tax matter, contact Robert S. Thomas, Attorney at Law to decide if “appeals” is the place for you. Attorney Robert Thomas will help select the appropriate appeal procedure and prepare your request for appeals. If you decide you want to pursue your dispute to appeals, Mr. Thomas will prepare the appropriate request for appeals and mail it to the office that sent you the decision letter.
What Options Might Be Available To You
When facing an appeals process with the IRS, it is important to know what options you have and how to navigate them. Our years of experience in audit cases can help lay out all the options you have and how they might uphold your best interests. Here are a few of the more common options that may apply to you:
Collection Appeals Program (CAP) — Collection Appeals Program (CAP) is generally quick and available for a broad range of collection actions. However, you can’t go to court if you disagree with the Appeals decision.
Collection Due Process (CDP) — Collection Due Process (CDP) is available if you receive one of the following notices:
- Notice of Federal Tax Lien Filing and Your Right To a Hearing (Tax Lien Notice),
- Final Notice — Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing,
- Notice of Jeopardy Levy and Right of Appeal,
- Notice of Levy on your state tax refund and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing (Levy Notices), and a
- Notice of Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing. If you disagree with the Appeals decision, you may be able to take your case to court.
Call our office to discuss which option might be the right one for your situation.
Let Our Experience Make The Difference in Your Case
We have years of experience in these cases, and we know what to look out for. An uninformed decision with the IRS can cost you dearly. Let us help you avoid that. Contact our office by email or by calling us at 847-868-3428 to schedule your initial consultation today.