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What to do WHEN you disagree with the IRS

The IRS Office of Appeals offers taxpayers an opportunity to resolve their tax disputes without going to court. Appeals is an independent function within the IRS that provides an impartial review of your tax dispute. Appeals also offers mediation services

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Posted in IRS Appeal, IRS Audit, IRS Collections, IRS Enforcement, IRS Examination, IRS Mediation

New Information on US – Canada Income Tax Treaty

There are a LOT of people from Canada in Denver, Colorado where I spend the majority of my time as a student of the US tax code.  Many dual citizens got stung by the reasonably new US FBAR tax laws

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Posted in Canada, International Tax, IRB 2006-49

Tax Appeal Rights

If you disagree with the IRS about the amount of your tax liability or about proposed collection actions, you have the right to ask the IRS Appeals Office to review your case. IRS Publication 1, Your Rights as a Taxpayer,

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Posted in Appeals & Audit Resolution, IRS Appeal, IRS Audit, IRS Collections, IRS Enforcement, IRS Examination, IRS Levy, IRS Lien, IRS Mediation, IRS Penalties, IRS Penalty and Interest Abatement, Tax Guidance & Preparation
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