IRS Tax Appeal Attorney Services
In some cases, you may have enough justification to argue an IRS decision. The IRS Appeals Division handles this process. Expert representation before the IRS Appeals Division is critical in order for you to have the best opportunity for a satisfactory resolution in your favor.
Reasons to Appeal an IRS DecisionIf the IRS assesses a ruling or penalties that you do not agree with, you may have just cause to pursue an IRS tax appeal. Attorney representation is important to ensure you gather all relevant documentation to prove your case—the laws regarding IRS decisions can be difficult to interpret, but Federal Tax Management attorneys have first-hand experience with these types of cases.
You should consider an IRS appeal if the following circumstances apply to you:
- The IRS took inappropriate action relative to your case
- The IRS acted on misinformation or inaccurate records
- The IRS denied an Offer in Compromise or abatement request
Don’t Delay an Appeal
The IRS will inform you in the decision letter if you have the option to appeal. When you receive this notice, take careful note of when the IRS sent it. In most cases, you only have 30 days to appeal a decision, so immediate action is crucial. If you think the IRS’s actions are unjust, contact Federal Tax Management to schedule your free consultation. We’ll review your case and offer our expert opinion on whether or not an appeal is appropriate.
If the IRS decision involves penalties, we may be able to assist you with penalty adjustment or abatement instead. If there is insufficient evidence to pursue an IRS tax appeal, our attorneys may advise you on the next step to manage your tax debt.
If an IRS decision seems unfair, contact our tax experts immediately to prepare your appeal. Our guidance can help you navigate this complex process with a higher chance of success.
What Are You Waiting For?
Here’s what we can do for you:
- Provide friendly, no-pressure service
- Resolve back taxes
- Stop wage garnishments
- Defend you from IRS liens & levies
- Negotiate with the IRS on your behalf
- Prevent property seizure