Tax Appeals

How do you file for tax appeals?

When the Internal Revenue Service begins to take steps against a business or person, the end results can be devastating! The IRS has the ability to assess liabilities, file liens, levy your property and conduct numerous other actions that can hurt you financially.

There is an IRS tax appeals process for just about every IRS action. If you disagree with the IRS, you should be aware that you are permitted to have a formal review of the actions that they have taken. In a number of situations, you could also be entitled to having a judge review the action.

Our tax law firm has had many successes over the past decade in dealing IRS actions by filing appeals. Let us help you maintain your rights and your dignity. In many instances, we have been able to help our clients reduce or reverse a variety of IRS actions.

These various tax appeals can be awfully tricky and you need to be aware of the numerous pitfalls. If they are handled appropriately, a tax appeal might be the solution to your IRS problems.

IRS tax appeals have deadlines that have to be met. Don’t despair if you have missed your deadline because there still may be appeals accessible to you. Martelle Law can let you know if you still qualify for an appeal.

Following are the most common types of IRS tax appeals:

  • Assessment of Tax
  • Levy Actions
  • Appeal of IRS Audit findings
  • Payroll Tax Assessments
  • Assessment of Trust Fund Recovery Penalty
  • Innocent Spouse
  • Denial of Installment Agreement
  • Many other actions of the Internal Revenue Service. Almost anything they do gives you appeal rights.

A tax appeal is your right, guaranteed by law.

In many cases, it makes sense for the taxpayer to protest an IRS action and file a Petition in Tax Court.  As experienced tax attorneys, we have extensive knowledge of these situations and we have the ability to represent you for each step of the IRS tax appeal process. We will help you obtain the best result.

Warning!

If you do not take action in the allowable time, you may forever lose your right to appeal or your right to a court action.

For a No Obligation consultation to have your IRS problems analyzed by a competent and experienced Tax Lawyer, contact us at:

1 877 TAX CREW (877 829-2739) or 208 938-8500

Or, fill out our online form and find out what we can do to assist you. We offer a No Obligation consultation to all clients, and special payment plans to those who need them.