The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Tax Appeal service will usually be the last (and rarely the best) option that a tax payer may have to resolve their tax issues before they go to Tax Court. While the audit and collections processes are all about the IRS’ desire to get as much money as possible out of you, the IRS Appeals process is all about attempting to find a workable solution (in other words, a compromise) which will end the matter in a satisfactory manner for both parties.
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However, the Appeals process is not one that you should attempt to undertake before all other avenues have been exhausted. Once this is so, and you decide to embark on the Appeals process, you will need to have a qualified professional IRS attorney to represent you in this matter.
The IRS Office of Appeals is independent of all other IRS offices and departments. Appeals serve as a venue where disagreements concerning the application of tax laws, specifically with the regard to the amount you owe as a tax payer, are resolved. The mission of the Appeals Office is to settle these disagreements without having to go a formal trial in Tax Court