IRS Tax Audit Appeal – Frequently Asked Tax Questions – And The Answers You Need From Joe Mastriano, CPA.

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CAN I CHALLENGE THE IRS IF I GET AUDITED AND DON’T AGREE WITH THE RESULT?

Yes, you can appeal the audit report within 30 days.

You have 90 days to send in a tax court petition. — See IRS Audit.

REASONS TO APPEAL A TAX AUDIT. WHY SHOULD I APPEAL THE AUDITOR’S DECISION?

If you are not happy with the auditor’s report results, you can appeal the tax audit decision. You may save time to raise more money and pay your tax liability, or to consider other payment options. If you plan to delay your tax audit bill and appeal the auditor’s results, you should seek help from a professional tax advisor to reduce your tax liability. See IRS Audit Advice.

I DISAGREE WITH THE AUDIT RESULTS AND THE AUDITOR WANTS ME TO SIGN THE REPORT AND PAY!

If you disagree you could ask to speak to the manager.

You could file an appeal.

Take actions to preserve your right to file a court petition. — See More On Audit Appeal.

HOW TO APPEAL A TAX AUDIT RESULT? HOW TO GET STARTED AND WRITE A LETTER FOR THE IRS?

You have the right to appeal a tax audit examination decision! You can appeal the tax auditor result to the IRS appeals office. You may have a good representative on your side to help you in confronting the IRS decision.

If you decide to write a letter on your own and appeal their decision, you should know your rights and do some basic tax law research. You should offer reasonable explanations for the reason you contest the tax auditor’s results and provide satisfactory evidence to achieve a winning situation. See IRS Audit Advice.

APPEALING A TAX AUDIT RESULT. DO I HAVE TO PAY PENALTIES FOR THE PERIOD I AM APPEALING?

The auditor assessed your tax liabilities and you owe additional taxes. You have the right to appeal. However, for the time you are appealing the tax audit result, you are charged penalties and interest on the amount you owe. Penalties and interest start on the day the tax is assessed. See more on IRS Audit Advice.

HOW DO I PREPARE FOR A TAX DISPUTE?

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I NEED TAX DISPUTE RESOLUTION. I DISAGREE WITH THE AUDIT CHANGES. DISAGREE WITH AUDIT ADJUSTMENTS.

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APPEALS DID NOT HELP ME WITH MY AUDIT!

 

You can file a tax court petition. — See More On Tax Court Petition.

DO YOU DISAGREE WITH THE IRS’ FINDINGS? FIGHT THE IRS IN COURT!HOW TO FILE A TAX COURT PETITION?

If you don’t agree with the IRS’ findings, you can file a petition with the U.S. Tax Court. You have 90 days, since the date of the Notice Of Deficiency Letter. It is very important to file a petition within those 90 days. If you miss the deadline, you lose the right to file in tax court.

However, after you pay your tax liability, you still have the right to file a claim for refund. See IRS Audit Advice.

MY TIME TO SUBMIT AN AUDIT APPEAL AND COURT PETITION EXPIRED!

Request audit reconsideration from the chief of exam.

Ask auditor for help. — See More On Audit Appeal.

Write the tax payer advocate. — See More Information On Tax Payer Advocate.

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