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 […]
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 […]
How to prove to the IRS that you are uncollectible
The proof required to show you are uncollectible & can’t pay so the IRS should cease active collection will be revealed with the Form 433F or Form 433A (& the supporting documentation). This takes a lot of work. Essentially, the IRS subtracts your allowable expenses from your net income and asks you to pay the […]
The Problem of Cooperating with the IRS!
When approached by the IRS for an audit or collections many people believe that by cooperating with the IRS then it shows their good faith and the IRS will leave them alone. That is actually true – up to a point. You must show your credibility & honesty through the presentation of your evidence. But, […]