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IRS Disputes

The IRS doesn’t always agree with returns and information filed by taxpayers. Because people sometimes disagree on tax matters, the IRS has established an appeals system.

The IRS set up certain processes so disagreements can be settled within the tax system without expensive and time-consuming court trials. In order for the IRS to fast track a settlement for a disagreement, the disagreements must arise within the scope of the tax laws. For example, a case cannot be appealed based only on moral, religious, political, constitutional, conscientious, or similar grounds. Basically meaning your appeal needs to backed by tax law.

The IRS also offers fast-track mediation services to help taxpayers resolve many disputes resulting from examinations, offers in compromise, trust fund recovery penalties, and certain other collection actions. Taxpayers may be represented by attorneys, certified public accountants, or enrolled agents before appeals officers, revenue officers, counsel, or similar officers or employees of the Internal Revenue Service or the Treasury Department.

With the right help and resources, this is a manageable process and we can help get it started. Let’s talk about your IRS dispute.

Common IRS Notices or Disputes

  • 30 day letter: A letter that informs a taxpayer of their rights to appeal the proposed changes by the IRS or pay the liability. The taxpayer has 30 days to either pay or appeal the proposed changes.
  • 90 day letter (Notice of Deficiency): This notice is sent when the IRS determines that you owe additional tax. It includes a detailed explanation of the tax due and the reason for the deficiency. The IRS assesses an additional liability and demand the taxpayer pay it. The taxpayer has 90 days to file a petition or pay the liability from the day the notice was mailed.
  • CP 12 Notice: This notice is sent by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to inform you that they corrected one or more mistakes on your tax return. As a result, you are now either due a refund or your original refund amount has changed.
  • CP 14 Notice: Notice of balance due: This notice is sent when you owe additional tax and the IRS has not yet received your payment. It includes the amount you owe and the deadline for paying the tax.
  • CP 49 Notice: The IRS informs the taxpayer there is an underpayment on one account and overpayment on another.
  • CP 90 Notice: The IRS intends to issue a levy against the taxpayer because they owe the IRS federal tax payments and their is a balance due on their account.
  • CP 2000 Notice: The IRS is proposing changes to a taxpayers return. The IRS has different information than was filed by the taxpayer.
Dylan Quintilone

Dylan Quintilone

Enrolled Agent

My name is Dylan and I work as an Enrolled Agent. I help taxpayers reduce their tax bills and maximize their refunds. I live between Orlando, Florida and Medellin, Colombia. Hablo espanol. When sign up as a new client, you work directly with me.

The focus of my firm is to help individuals with IRS tax debt and overseas tax filers. If you need help with your taxes, please fill in the contact form below and I will reach out.

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