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How can the Office of Appeals help me?

The Office of Appeals is a division within the Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, that operates independently from other branches within the agency. Their role is to review the decisions of field agents and others and, if necessary, correct them so that they comply with the law and are fair to the taxpayer.

The statute of limitations for tax collections

Tax law can be complicated. This is often why individuals in New York and elsewhere rely on the assistance of tax professionals or tax programs to file their taxes. While individuals and businesses have a set duration to file taxes each year, the IRS is bound by different requirements. This means that they have much more time to assess a filing and determine whether or not errors were made. And if it is determined that there is a past due balance, the IRS is bound by a set of rules.

Seeking tax penalty relief through reasonable cause

For some individuals in New York and elsewhere, tax time is just another day. For others, it is a dreaded times, as they are finding it difficult to pay the taxes they owe. When it becomes problematic and taxes are not paid, an individual could face penalties. Additionally, the collection process could initiate.

Helping you strategize a solution for tax debt

Although some individuals in New York are concerned about tax day approaching, others are still focused on tax issues they are dealing with from previous years. When tax debt exists, individuals and businesses will face collection. These can be trying times, causing them to be unsure about what can be done and how they can move forward.

Estimated taxes in federal and state tax collections

As tax time rapidly approaches, many New Yorkers are still unaware of the details of certain issues that will inevitably affect them and their finances. While many people simply get their tax information from their workplace and follow the instructions when filling out their tax forms, some do not have it so simple. This can lead to mistakes that will cause legal problems that can spiral out of control. For those who are concerned about errors they might have made in paying their taxes, have not paid enough or did not pay at all, it is wise to have legal assistance in understanding federal and state tax collections.

What penalties and interest apply for filing taxes late?

The tax preparation process can be overwhelming. It is not only time consuming but can be nerve wrecking for some, as owing taxes is not good news to hear. While many are able to continually pay year after year, some may hit a roadblock. He or she is finding him or herself in financial ruin and knows that they cannot make these upcoming payments. Failing to make payments can trigger the tax collection process, which means addressing the penalties and interests that will likely ensue.

Guiding you through tax collection issues

If they have not already, most individuals in New York and elsewhere are preparing their taxes for this year. While this is a normal and routine task, some years can be more surprising than others. Owing taxes can be detrimental for some, as not paying these owed taxes could result in penalties. Additionally, this could prompt federal and state tax collection processes.

What are the options for repaying tax debt?

Many Americans dread tax season. This could be due to the necessity of gathering and organizing documents. And those who are self-employed may especially hesitate to file taxes if they anticipate that doing so may incur further debt. However, for those who owe taxes over and above what they can pay in one lump sum, there are repayment options available.

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