An assessment is the formal recording of a taxpayer’s tax liability. However, this simple definition fails to alert you to the vast division between not owing and owing the IRS, which will bring a myriad of procedural rules to follow. Once the IRS places your debt into their system it is an “assessment” and they […]
The financial disclosure forms required by the IRS
If you owe the IRS they will require your financial disclosure by asking you to complete a “Collection Financial Statement”. The Form to send them is a Form 433. The IRS may even request the Form. (See Notice LT27) There are several varieties of Form 433. The IRS will want to know your income, debts, […]
With Friends Like the IRS, Who Needs Enemies?
At various times your “friends” at the IRS will send you notices attempting to get information or to promote some benefit that may apply to you. But, you should slow down & explore your options before you act. Unclaimed Money The IRS might ask for returns with the allure of unclaimed money in your IRS […]
Investigate to reduce your IRS debt!
To investigate the facts is the key to winning any IRS case. If you are diligent and persistent you may uncover facts and evidence that prove you don’t owe any taxes or you may find problems you didn’t know existed. You need to build your case before you can make your arguments. So, follow these […]
IRS Audit Letters, Forms & Notices
When you are enduring an IRS Audit you must 1st discover the notice or letter number for all correspondence you have received from the IRS. You must do this in order to know what process is applicable to your case and what procedures you must follow. Each of these procedures has time limits and qualifications […]