Legal Advice for IRS — 230 results
Written by attorney John Wetenkamp, almost 4 years ago.
Investigation of Non-filers
Delinquent tax returns can be identified and worked by the IRS Examination Division, Collection Division, or the Service Center. Once a nonfiling situation has... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, about 4 years ago.
If you go through an Internal Revenue Service Examination (Audit) and do not agree with the results and cannot resolve the case with the auditor or their supervisor, you can take the case... more
Written by attorney Steven Leahy, almost 2 years ago.
Chicago, Should You Consider IRS Currently Not Collectible Status as a Solution to Your IRS Tax Problem?
In a previous video, we gave an overview of the different options you have for... more
Written by attorney Robert Suhajda, about 4 years ago.
IRS Audit Procedure
Once a federal tax return is selected for audit, the examination is performed by an
IRS examiner. At the conclusion of the examination, the taxpayer is sent a report of... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 4 years ago.
Many people do not realize, but the IRS website is a very useful tool. The site is located at www.IRS.gov. The site contains all of the forms that the IRS produces and many of them can be... more
Written by attorney Charles Naegele, over 4 years ago.
This guide gives you an overview of the different stages of IRS controversy and what you can do in each stage to maximize your likelyhood of success with your case.
The Audit is... more
Written by attorney Wesley Kent Hill, about 3 years ago.
There are various reasons you might receive a notice from the Internal Revenue Service. It might be a minor issue or a big one. Regardless of the magnitude, do not ignore it. You or... more
Written by attorney Steven Leahy, over 3 years ago.
If you owe the IRS back taxes and you are unable to pay, Opem Tax Resolution may be able to have the IRS designate you as "IRS Currently Not Collectible." IRS Currently Not Collectible... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 3 years ago.
You are not happy with the results of your audit and would like to take the next step and request an Appeal with the IRS. This guide discusses how you should prepare for your meeting with... more
Written by attorney Timothy J Rice, 21 days ago.
The amount you can deduct on your taxes as a result of buying long-term care insurance has been increased by the IRS for 2015. Why should I itemize my deductions? If you itemize your... more