Morgan D. King, Esq.
Morgan King 925 336-9438
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4. CREDIT REPAIR & CONSULTING
FOR TAX & BANKRUPTCY PROFESSIONALS
IN ASSOCIATION WITH
Rattan Dhaliwal, Esq. - Tutt Wynne, Esq.
12 Collection Due Process sku 1001-D
IRS COLLECTIO N DUE PROCESS
Friday March 24 2023
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Central time
A DELINQUENT TAXPAYER has 30 days after a notice of intended levy is issued, in which to contest the proposed levy, and offer less-intrusive solutions for negotiation with the IRS.
When the IRS is poised to levy on (seize) taxpayer's personal property, it must send a 30-day notice to the taxpayer. The notice gives the taxpayer 30 days to request an appeal of the proposed action.
At the hearing on the appeal, the taxpayer may suggest less extreme alternatives to the levy, including - but not limited to - the right to propose an offer-in-compromise.
This webinar explains the procedure, and various issues, that relate to the CDP appeal.
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