How to Handle IRS Notices and Letters – Some Important Considerations (MLTD18C)

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  120 minutes
  1:00 pm ET | 12:00 pm CT | 11:00 am MT | 10:00 am PT

Learn Exactly What to Do When the IRS Mails You a Letter or a Notice

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) now initiates all new contact by mail, meaning that taxpayers and their representatives need to carefully read each letter that the IRS sends. While many of the agency’s notices and letters look and sound the same, there are key distinctions you need to be aware of when responding—don’t take IRS correspondence lightly!

There are four basic types of notices and letters the IRS sends, says former IRS insider James Pickett, who worked for the agency for nearly three decades. Understanding which type of correspondence you or your client has received will clue you in to examinations to prepare for, options to consider when responding, appeals which might be available, and what sorts of penalties could be on tap.

Sign up for this webinar to learn about the four types of letters and notices the IRS sends, how each one should be handled and responded to, and what sorts of deadlines you should expect. You will also know about IRS appeals procedures and how to maximize your chances of obtaining the best possible outcome for you or your clients. Don’t let a misunderstanding compound any problems you or your clients may already have with the IRS—make sure you understand what the agency is communicating.

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NASBA & IRS Category of Study: Taxes

Level: Basic

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James Pickett is a Director in the Tax Controversy practice at Bennett Thrasher, LLP, where he is responsible for helping clients manage their tax disputes involving both field and correspondence audits, post audit issue resolution including representation in IRS Appeals, IRS penalty and collection ... More info


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