Do you have a dispute with the IRS that you would like to resolve? Although it can be difficult to make any progress with the IRS when you disagree, you may be able to get assistance from IRS Appeals. The Collection Due Process (CDP) and Collection Appeal Program (CAP) are the most common appeals filed in IRS Collections, and they may help you secure your tax resolution. Here are just a few instances in which you may want to file an IRS Appeal:
  • Your Installment Agreement has been rejected;
  • Your Offer in Compromise has been rejected;
  • Your bank account has been levied by the IRS;
  • Your request for the abatement of penalties has been rejected.
The Appeals mission is to resolve tax controversies, without litigation, on a basis which is fair and impartial to both the Government and the taxpayer in a manner that will enhance voluntary compliance and public confidence in the integrity and efficiency of the Service.
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If you have a dispute with the IRS, Appeals may be an option. If you have questions on whether you should file an IRS Appeal, contact M&M Financial. We’ve prepared and submitted hundreds of Appeals since we opened our doors in 2005.

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